According to news reports, 13 people are feared dead after fire broke out in a garment factory in Sahibabad in Ghaziabad district in Uttar Pradesh.
Thirteen of the accused, including owners of the Rana Plaza building and those of factories housed inside, told the court they were not guilty.
Bangladeshi police on Monday charged 41 people including the owner of the Rana Plaza factory complex with murder after the building collapsed killing
The two owners of Tazreen Fashions Ltd., Delwar Hossain and his wife, Mahmuda Akter, appeared in court for a hearing later Sunday.
Reports said 11 workers had been accommodated in a warren of small cardboard sleeping compartments above a warehouse in the Macrolotto industrial district of the town.
Soldiers and other workers have recovered 1,127 bodies from the 24 April collapse, making it the worst disaster in the history of the global garment industry. The last body was found on Sunday night.
Officials said 1,034 bodies have been recovered from the rubble of the fallen factory building as of Friday morning.
The country's finance minister downplayed the impact of the disaster on the garment industry, saying he didn't think it was "really serious."
More bodies were found overnight in a collapsed building in Bangladesh, raising the toll to 450 as workers carefully used cranes Friday to remove the concrete rubble.