15/07/2021 Bangladeshi migrants: exploitation, abuse in Brunei Against those companies, 34 cases were lodged with the Bangladesh mission and 24 cases were filed in different police stations in Brunei by the Bangladeshi victims, the letter says. On June 23, 2021, Bangladesh High Commissioner in Brunei Nahida Rahman Shumona wrote to Home Ministry and expatriates’ welfare and overseas employment ministry and requested them to take immediate action against the alleged human traffickers under The Prevention and Suppression of Human Trafficking Act 2021. When contacted, Bangladesh Civil Society for Migrants (BCSM) co-chair Syed Saiful Haque told Business Insider Bangladesh that Bangladeshi migrant workers often fell victims to exploitations and wage theft in many countries including Brunei and Saudi Arabia. For Brunei cases, he suggested the Bangladesh government take bilateral steps to solve the issues with the recipient country. Alongside, Saiful Haque, also chairman of WARBE Development Foundation suggested Bangladesh authorities raise such “incidents before multilateral forums.” According to the Bureau of Manpower, Employment and Training (BMET), Brunei started recruiting workers from Bangladesh in 1992. Over 75,000 Bangladeshi workers have so far gone to work in the country, the data showed. 4 0 Comments Sort by Oldest Add a comment... Facebook Comments plugin Trick To Cut Electricity Bill Power Companies Hate This 1 Electricity Saving Trick Open Voltbox Read More Cabinet to decide fate of garment factories in lockdown: Official  News her in Nov or Dec next: Education Minister https://www.businessinsiderbd.com/economy/news/7877/bangladeshi-migrants-exploitation-abuse-in-brunei Finance ministry releases Tk 246cr to buy Sinopharm vaccine Ctg to become Covid-19 hotspot after Eid 3/6

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