又有貓膩 傳偕前朝內政部引進孟勞 「拿督斯里」靠外勞賺20億

2018年06月24日     44,210     檢舉

消息指出,代理在安排每名外勞來馬的文件處理和機票費用僅僅只需2000令吉,卻被人大賺特賺。(檔案照)

(八打靈再也22日訊)一名據稱與前朝內政部及政治勢力「搭上關係」的孟加拉籍拿督斯里商人,通過裡應外合手段在過去短短2年內大舉從孟加拉引入外勞,並從中暴賺20億令吉。

消息說,入境大馬的孟加拉勞工,每人都得支付2萬令吉給本地代理,代理再把一半的付款交給該名拿督斯里操作的集團。

根據《星報》調查,從2016年杪開始,超過10萬名孟加拉勞工已在該集團安排下被引入大馬。

每名孟勞付2萬元

消息說,目前還有逾10萬名孟加拉人「等候入境」名單中。

這名拿督斯里也是這個集團與「合法化」數十億令吉人口販賣騙局的主腦。

「由於這名人士在大馬和孟加拉的強大政治影響力,他也被用來促成兩國在2016年簽署協議,以讓10家孟加拉公司為馬來西亞招募外籍員工。

有關協議造成孟加拉約1500家僱傭代理公司被排擠在外。

消息指出,代理在安排每名外勞來馬的文件處理和機票費用僅僅只需2000令吉,卻收取2萬令吉,從中大賺特賺。

10公司被暫停服務

巴生谷一家諮詢服務公司負責人茲拉拉說,SPPA推出前,僱傭孟加拉員工的收費低廉,每名員工只需支付7000至8000令吉。

另一方面,人力資源部長古拉告訴《星報》,目前僱傭孟加拉員工所使用的系統已被暫停,直至調查結束為止。

他說,前朝政府以利惠某些人士的經商方式來處理招募外籍員工事宜。

他說,10家公司也被暫停服務。

消息透露,拿督斯里商人財源滾滾,其助手和商業夥伴生活超豪,拿督斯里與兩國的從政者和政府公務員分享所賺到的錢財。

Bangladeshi agencies laud govt move

PETALING JAYA: Recruitment agencies in Bangladesh have welcomed the government’s move to suspend the 「monopoly」 by 10 companies said to be operated by a syndicate hiring migrant workers for Malaysia.

A media source in Bangladesh said the social and online media in the country was abuzz with news on the issue.

He said other recruitment agents in Bangladesh were fully suppor­tive of the Malaysian Government’s move to end to the domination of the 10 companies.

「We want the Datuk Seri, who is the mastermind of the syndicate, and his cronies to be removed from the process so that the other 1,500 recruitment agents in Bangladesh will get a chance to recruit workers too.

「The 10 so-called authorised companies killed the rice bowl of the rest of the agents,』』 he said when contacted yesterday.

The Star reported yesterday that Malaysia had suspended the sys­­tem currently being used for the re­­cruitment of workers from Ban­gla­­desh.

Human Resources Minister M. Kulasegaran said the suspension would last until a full investigation was completed into allegations that a syndicate was operating a human trafficking racket to exploit the workers.

The report stated that a human trafficking syndicate, spearheaded by a Bangladeshi businessman with alleged political connections with the Home Ministry, raked in at least RM2bil in just two years from Bangladeshi workers looking to land jobs in Malaysia.

An investigation revealed that the workers paid RM20,000 each to their local agents who then paid half of the sum to the syndicate to facilitate work permit approvals and flight tickets to Malaysia.

The report stated that due to his strong political influence in Ma­­laysia and Bangladesh, the businessman was instrumental in getting the two countries to sign a government-to-government agreement in 2016, giving only 10 companies from Bangladesh the right to recruit migrant workers for Malay­sia.

It is learned that since late 2016, more than 100,000 Bangladeshi workers were brought into the country under the system, while more than 100,000 are waiting for their turn.

A Bangladesh recruitment agent based here said yesterday that the removal of the 10 companies must be done immediately.

「The workers will only be re­­quired to pay less than RM10,000 each if the 10 companies are no longer involved.

「Currently, half the money paid by the workers to their agents in Bangladesh goes to the 10 companies because only they can bring in workers to Malaysia,」 the agent said.