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Minister fears closure of job-market for Bangladeshis in Malaysia

The minister for expatriate welfare overseas employment, Khandker Mosharraf Hossain, on Thursday apprehended that the Malaysian overseas job market could be closed again for Bangladeshi workers due to illegal migration.
Speaking at a seminar at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre marking International Migration Day, minister said promising Malaysian job-market could be closed for Bangladeshis as people were illegally migrating there through a syndicated group of brokers.
He said syndicated brokers were trading manpower to Malaysia by sending non–students under student visas and non-tourists under tourist visas.
After reaching in Malaysia illegally, those people were joining various workplaces, he added.
‘The government is firmly committed to bring the human traffickers under the purview of law,’ minister said.
Khandker Mosharraf urged Bangladesh Association of International Recruiting Agencies to cooperate the government for identifying the syndicate recruiting agents.
He also urged the BAIRA leaders to stop trading of visas to reduce migration cost of the outbound workers.
Foreign minister Abul Hassan Mahmood Ali, expatriate welfare secretary Khandker Iftekhar Haider and BMET director general Shamsun Nahar also spoke at the seminar.
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