Manama, July 5 (BNA): Chief Executive Officer of the Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA), H.E Mr. Jamal Abdulaziz Al Alawi, has affirmed LMRA’s keenness to develop the work environment, and provide all regulations that contribute to protecting the rights of workers. Continue reading
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Al Absi Seek Correcting Illegal Employees Status with Bangladesh Ambassador
Chief Executive of Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA), Ausamah bin Abdullah Alabsi revealed about a cooperation with Embassy of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh to correct illegal Bangladesh employees status which guarantees the rights of employers Continue reading
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Dead body of an Asian worker stuffed into a travel bag was found dumped in a garbage bin early morning yesterday from Naim area. The body of Taher Antaz, 31, was spotted first by a cleaning employee, near Bin Khalaf Mosque inside Manama, who then notified people in the locale and the police. Continue reading
‘Free visa’ alert
AROUND 11,000 Bangladeshis are believed to be living in Bahrain illegally, according to official figures. Most are “free visa” workers who pay huge amounts of money to come here and are asked to work for someone else once they arrive, said Bangladesh Embassy First Secretary Muhammad Ibrahim. Continue reading
Illegal Bangladeshi workers apply for amnesty
Hundreds of illegal workers swamped the Bangladesh Embassy in Bahrain yesterday in the hope of returning home without prosecution.
Over 1,000 Bangladeshis mob embassy for Easy Exit
Over a thousand people converged on the Bangladesh Embassy yesterday to avail of the Easy Exit scheme for illegal residents.Staff at the mission were overwhelmed by the sheer volume of people seeking help and were eventually able to process only around 500 individuals. Continue reading
Exit Rush: Bangla embassy under pressure.
The Bangladesh Embassy has temporarily stopped accepting applications which expedite the exit of its nationals who have been living illegally in the Kingdom. Continue reading