KARACHI - The death toll in Lyari building collapse rose to 35 on Monday, as five more bodies were pulled out from the debris. According to police and eyewitnesses, out of five victims, two of them were identified as Ibrahim, 55, son of Tayyab, and his wife Roshan, 45, while the identities of remaining three bodies of man, woman and a child were yet to be ascertained. They said that the sniff dogs were now on board in rescue work and added that the rescue operations might be completed while the process to lift the debris of the building is continued. On the other hand that resident of the Moosa Lane complained that no facility was provided in the relief camp by the government yet, they said that the government is not keeping it promises and the affectees are helpless in the camp and no facility was provided them from the government. While the EDO Works and services Masood Alam has said that they have provided a list of 34 members from the residents of the collapsed building while the rescue team already recovered 34 bodies under the buckled building, the rescue teams are busy in their work and try if there are more people under the collapsed building, the EDO Masood Alam said that the 90% work of picking debris has of collapsed building has been completed while the debris was not completely picked up because the poor condition of other nearby buildings. Online adds: A rescue official says four more bodies have been pulled from the rubble of a collapsed building in Karachi, raising the death toll to 33. Chief Fire Officer Ehtisham Uddin said Monday that 20 women were among those killed when the five-story building collapsed Thursday in the citys Musa Lane residential area. Rescue workers were still searching for one more person believed trapped under the rubble.