|Published : 11 Mar 2017, 20:21:22|
Corruption in manpower business
THE report that 90 per cent of our migrant workers who keep our economy stable fell victims of corruption last year is really frustrating. Regrettably, the people who aspire to be expatriate workers have to pay an exorbitant amount in the name of processing costs.
As a result, they have to lose lot of money and energy, especially those come from very poor families have to sell their land or houses to manage the required amount.
We would earnestly request to the government and concerned authorities to enforce the law properly to remove corruption from the sector so that migrant workers do not have to face any kind of corruption further for going abroad.
Mir Mohammad Minhan
Dept. of Marketing
Govt Sa'adat College, Tangail