Malaysian workers in Singapore still can’t return


Journey home: A person seen hauling luggage across the Causeway to enter Johor. Many Malaysian workers are still stuck in Singapore.

JOHOR BARU: There seems to be no happy ending for Malaysian workers seeking to return home from Singapore, with some claiming that their employers do not allow them to take long holidays.

This was revealed by Johor works, transportation and infrastructure committee chairman Mohd Solihan Badri, who claimed that some of these workers had to stay back in Singapore and wait for their turn to take their annual leave.

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