LAHORE - Bodies of three out of the four persons, who died as a result of collapse of an illegally constructed building at Board of Revenue Cooperative Housing Society, Johar Town, on Friday, were handed over to their legal heirs after identification, along with cheques of compensation amounts by LDA Vice Chairman Aamir Asghar Dar on Saturday. According to press release issued here, the bodies were identified as those of Ghulam Nabi s/o Muhamamd Jahangir, 33, a resident of Mandi Ahmad Abad, Tehsil Depalpur, District Okara, Saif Ullah s/o Taj Din, 34, a resident of Daroghawala, Stop Momin Pura, GT Road, Lahore and Bashir Ahmad s/o Rahmat Ali, 60, a resident of Ilah Abad, Theang Mor, Tehsil Chunian, District Kasur. Earlier, the heirs appeared before the special judicial magistrate and recorded their statements before him. One deceased person could not be identified. Talking to the media on this occasion, LDA Vice Chairman Aamir Asgher Dar observed that this was a tragic incident. As per the directives of the Chief Minister Punjab Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, compensation of Rs 0.5 each has been paid to the families of deceased persons, Rs 1,00,000 to the severely wounded and Rs 50,000 each to the persons with minor injuries. He told that four officers have been suspended and inquiry against them has been initiated. As soon as the inquiry report is received, the LDA itself would file application for registration of criminal case against them. Meanwhile, the 13 persons who received cheques of compensation amount on Friday got enchased these cheques and payments were made to them by the bank on Saturday.