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- 03-15-2006, 09:36 AM #1Regular Member
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bangladeshi's are too hot to handle
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Thousands of illegal Bangladeshi workers —
banned from Malaysia because local women were finding them too
attractive — are now entering the country on student visas under the
pretense of learning English, a news report and an official said on
Bangladeshi workers were banned from Malaysia two years ago, mainly
because they were creating "social problems" by entering into romantic
liaisons with local women, said Saiful Islam, a spokesman for Radzi.
The New Straits Times quoted the Bangladesh home affairs minister
Radzi Sheikh Ahmad as saying on Sunday that the Bangladeshis come as
students, only to work in low-paid menial jobs in the country, which
has a severe labour shortage because rising economic prosperity has
provided many Malaysians with white-collar jobs.
Islam said that they were found to have harassed young women and
eloped with married women, who apparently succumbed to their good
looks and charms.
On Sunday, Radzi said Bangladeshi men look like Indian movie stars.
Most of the men, aged between 25 and 30, were recorded as studying
English, he said.
"This is really fishy. The age bracket is suitable for employment.
Bangladesh is an English-speaking country and it makes little sense
for them to study English here," Radzi was quoted as saying. "The
abuse is glaring because Bangladeshis are not allowed to work here,
but we can see hundreds working in construction sites and restaurants."
Radzi said most were brought by agents who made deals with colleges to
bring in the workers as students, then place them for employment.
He said his ministry was taking the necessary action to curb the practice.
"I can assure you there are thousands of them. Of course, Malaysia is
striving to be an education hub but abuse of provisions is something
that cannot he tolerated," he said.
The newspaper quoted Radzi as saying that at least two private
colleges had enrollments of more than 300 Bangladeshi nationals each,
comprising more than half their international student body.
Malaysia allows foreign workers from only a handful of countries,
including Indonesia, India, the Philippines and Sri Lanka.
- 03-18-2009, 07:36 AM #2Regular Member
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