Friday, December 5, 2008

Employers Do Not Pay Eight Arakanese Men for Two Months

Kaula Lumpur, 28 Nov. 2008‐Eight Arakanese men working in a
construction factory in Kuala Lumpur quit the job because the
employers hold two months payroll, and job is very dangerous. These
men are called by Malaysian agent with contracting a Myanmar agent
in Rangoon for the plantation jobs in Malaysia. The agent instead sent
them to work in the construction. The agent did not take any
responsibility after they quit the jobs and even drove them out of the
agent’s office. They are now taking sheltering at ARRC office in Kuala

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