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Malaysia likely to take 100,000 Nepali workers

02 April 2019  

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KATHMANDU: Malaysia government is making preparations to deport 600,000 Bangladeshi nationals illegally taking refuge at different Malaysian companies.

Only 400,000 among 1 million Bangladeshi workers are legally working in Malaysia, Malaysian news portal The Star quoted Malaysian lawmaker Israfil Alam as saying in its news.

Lawmaker Alam said Malaysian government would send foreign migrant workers illegally working in the country. Malaysian government has been sending illegal foreign migrants time and again.

With the announcement to deport a huge number of Bangladeshi nationals, the government has hinted that it would recruit a huge number of Nepali workers in the days ahead.

According to an official at the Nepali Embassy in Malaysia, the Malaysian government has assured of taking 80,000 to 100,000 Nepali workers within three months.

Malays has stopped taking Nepali migrant workers since the last 10 months.

Publish Date : 02 April 2019 14:13 PM

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