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KSA deports 183 more BD workers

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Staff Reporter :
183 more Bangladeshi workers, including 20 women, were deported to the country by Saudi Arabia on Thursday.
A Saudi Airlines flight carrying 89 workers landed at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport at 11:20 pm on Wednesday while another flight with 94 more workers landed at 1:10 am on Thursday.
Brac Migration Programme in collaboration with Expatriate Welfare Desk provided necessary aid to the returnees.
Brac Migration Programme chief Shariful Hasan said in January of the current year a total of 3,635 Bangladeshis, including 175 women, were sent back to the country from the KSA.
Many of the deportees went to the Middle East country with the hope of good jobs and better life, said Shariful said adding, "Almost all of them returned home empty handed."
Besides, bodies of eight workers arrived to the country from Saudi Arabia and Malaysia on Thursday night.
With these, a total of 409 bodies of Bangladeshi workers arrived here from different countries of the world.
In recent years, Saudi Arabia started efforts to curb foreign workers in a bid to create more jobs for the native people.

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