Student trafficking network in Malaysian colleges exposed


By ELROI YEEIAN YEE

Sad plight: Victims of the student trafficking trade have no choice but to work illegally, and often under inhumane conditions, to pay off their debts.

PETALING JAYA: They are sold a dream – of a ticket to study and work in a foreign country, but after spending their family’s entire savings, they are caught in the harsh reality of being trafficked and trapped in a constant cycle of exploitation and extortion.

Thousands of young Bangladeshis have been trafficked to Malaysia through obscure private colleges and their unscrupulous “agents”.

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