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Bangladeshi Worker Cheated By Employer, Posted Heartfelt Video To Thank S'poreans For Helping To Crowdfund For His Debts

Bangladeshi worker Rajib borrowed $8000 to come to Singapore in hopes of finding a job to feed his family. However, his dream was crushed when he realized that his employer had cheated him. Things got worse when he was slapped with a police report for something he did not commit. Thankfully, Singaporeans have started a crowdfunding campaign for him and he will soon be settling his debts. He thanked Singaporeans for their kind gesture in a heartfelt video.

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MWC WANTS STERN ACTION TAKEN AGAINST BANGLA PR WHO MISTREATS OTHER BANGLA WORKERS

The employer was not named, but media reported it to be Mr Shah Jahan of SJH Trading. The MWC released a statement indicating that they found safety and hygiene lapses after visiting the two worker dormitories at Geylang Lorong 13 and 17.

Mr Shah Jahan is a Singapore PR from Bangladesh, who controls three construction companies that hire the workers.

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FOREIGNERS INVADING OUR HISTORICAL GEYLANG SERAI AREA!

I have been living in Geylang Serai for the last 27 years and have seen the area undergone several aesthetical changes with no substance or historical value at all. The old Geylang Serai Malay Village was 1 such example. But these days, it has become very annoying and a nuisance to see hordes of Indon maids and their Bangla boyfriends picnicking out in the last of our open fields and also the walkways on every Sunday and PH without fail. We Singaporeans are already very cramped for space and do not have much places for leisure, now we have to face this s**t as well. Moreover, these foreigners are here to work and not cuddle in each others arm or to make out.

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NUS: 90% OF BANGLADESHI WORKERS SAY THEIR FOOD IS UNHYGIENIC OR INSUFFICIENT

90% or 9 in 10 Bangladeshi workers in Singapore, who mainly work in construction, say that the food they get from their employer's caterers is usually unhygienic and insufficient for their needs. This finding stems from a survey conducted with 500 Bangladeshi migrant workers, which was led by a team of researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS).

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