The undying wails may have ceased, the Bangladesh textile industry having made commendable progress since then. But still a lot remains to be done. And yet a lot remains when it comes to meeting the needs of the backbone that this often callous and insensitive industry stands on. The Rana Plaza disaster, this day, ten years back, is a reminder, a wake-up call every day to ensure that workers rights are met, that the industry gives them a safe space to work. The world must not let 1,134 remain just an official toll. A texfash.com series that looks back on the day that was and what the future should look like.