Security firms in a bind over freeze on Nepali guards


Uncertain situation: Nepalese security guards patrolling an office building in Petaling Jaya.

PETALING JAYA: The security services industry has been badly affected by the Nepalese government’s decision to bar their migrant workers from working in Malaysia.

Security Services Association of Malaysia president Datuk Seri Mustapa Ali told The Star that the Nepalese government’s decision had led to more than 5,000 vacancies in the industry.

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