- US, China set to sign trade deal
- US removes currency manipulator label for China
- Dutch-Australia consortium Gentium-Damen to construct world class shipyard in Bangladesh
- Iraq warns of ‘collapse’ if Trump blocks oil cash
- Bangladeshi, Indian state-run radios launch broadcast exchange programmes
- DU students demand that the Dhaka city corporation election date be changed, polling same day as Saraswati Pooja
- Protect 30% of planet by 2030 to save ecosystem: UN plan
- Get policy right to develop non-apparel sectors
- Sabila Nur gears up for a busy year
New Year, like last year, the Bangladeshi people from Saudi Arabia continue to be depressed. In the last one week, 5 Bangladeshis
Female and male workers have returned to the country. Last Tuesday (January 5), 12 Bangladeshis, including 4 women, returned from Saudi Arabia to return to Bangladesh.
Saudi Airlines SV1 and SV12 on Tuesday (January 1st) at 9:30 am and 9:30 pm.
They returned home on two flights. In the last one week, 3 Bangladeshi workers, including 4 women, returned to the country.
Nur Begum (5), who returned home from Saudi Arabia, said he went to Saudi Arabia in April last year.
There, the victim was tortured by the employer and took shelter in the safe house of the Bangladesh Embassy. Employers do not provide food and salaries properly. Torture was used to get pay.
Khadija Begum of Jessore district returned home after suffering a similar situation.
Sefali Begum of Narayanganj, Khatun of Jhenaidah and Subarna Begum of Dhaka.
After staying in the camp for 5 days, Raus Sheikh of Rajbari returned home. He went to Saudi Arabia just a year ago. Police were detained when returning from work to room.
No action was taken by the police to show Akama. Even the employer is sent back to the country for not taking responsibility.
Accused of returning home from Saudi Arabia, even paying Kafil (employer) to build Akama
The convoy didn’t make Akama. After being arrested by the police, he approached the convoy but did not take charge. Rather, the convoy told the administration to send the cross (visa revoked) to the country.
Towards this end, the migrant welfare desk, with the support of women and men returning to the same country,
BRAC has provided urgent assistance to safely reach home with food and water from the migration program.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina was saddened by the memory of Sheikh Rasel, the youngest son of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the nation's father.
Chief Editor: Saifullah Sadir
163/4 Dewan Para, Vashantek, Dhaka-1206
Acting Editor: Selim Takku
Al-Amin Super Market, 2nd Floor, East Mujum Pur, Kushtia,