Over 100,000 Bangladeshi workers paid RM20k each to syndicate involving 'Datuk Seri' fatcat to work in Malaysia


An investigation revealed that the workers paid RM20,000 each to their local agents who then paid half of the sum to the syndicate to facilitate work permit approvals and flight tickets to Malaysia.

It is learned that since late 2016, more than 100,000 Bangladeshi workers have been brought into the country under the system, while more than 100,000 are waiting for their turn.

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