Monday, 8 August, 2022
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Bangladesh HC in KL warns lobbyists

Bangladesh High Commission in Kuala Lumpur has warned the people gathering in front its office and making telephone calls to get quick approval of recruitment since finalising the process of sending workers to Malaysia on June 2.

"Various individuals are trying to gather undue crowds at the High Commission in various guises and are urging the High Commission by telephone to allow the appointment in a hurry, which is an obstacle in the way of following the recruitment process prescribed by the government," the high commission said in an emergency notice on Thursday.

According to the notice, the high commission is working tirelessly to expedite the recruitment of new workers from Bangladesh in a short period of time in coordination with the appropriate authorities of Bangladesh and Malaysia.

In order to ensure that Bangladeshi workers do not come to Malaysia and be deceived, the Bangladesh High Commission is committed to fulfilling its responsibilities by maintaining the highest level of transparency as per government guidelines in the necessary screening of demands and recruitment for the overall safety of workers, it added.

The high commission said in this case, unwanted intervention by any person or organisation is not desirable.

In this situation, a special request is being made to all concerned to cooperate in conducting the work of Bangladesh High Commission with greater interest and transparency, it mentioned in the notice.