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« Reply #15 on: June 08, 2012, 01:36:22 PM »
Allegations, Controversies & Critisim

Ever since Manpower Export commenced in Bangladesh, complaints and allegations regarding Recruiting Agencies for swindling, cheating[6] and lack of business ethics, have caught the attention from the Government to bring in regulations and Human Rights Organizations along with the state operated BMET (Bureau of Manpower Employment and Training) promoting transparency, know-hows of recruitment process, awareness and general knowledge on cultural diversity & work environment abroad.

Competition between middlemen from the overseas employing countries, aggressive marketing by Recruiting Agents and immense interest & demand from Bangladeshi workers have inflated the migration cost[7] greatly. This has been widely criticized by and brought deep concerns to many Developed Countries and Human Rights Organizations, which led the current EC to take measurements through round table discussions leading to ongoing efforts for an affordable, reasonable yet competitive migration cost.

March 13, 2007, saw BAIRA's elected Executive Committee to be dissolved and it's President MAH Salim (MP) of Silver Line Associates, arrested[8] by the Joint Forces. Accusations of malpractices, monopolization of manpower export by few and the illegal opening, operating and owning of a branch, 'BAIRA KL SDN BHD' in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Change & Reformation

BAIRA without any proactive leaders was stagnant in terms of progress, during a span of 1 year 2 months it was lead and looked after by an Add. Deputy Commissioner of Dhaka and followed by 2 Deputy Secretary's from Ministry of Commerce.

May 14, 2008, the BAIRA election took place between, previously elected 3 times as BAIRA President Md. Mosharraf Hossain (MP) of BayEastern Ltd. leading 'The Sammilito Shamannaya Front' and Ghulam Mustafa of Prantik Travels & Tourism Ltd. leading 'Sammilita Ganatantrik Front', each front contesting with 27 candidates.

Promises for change, bringing an end to the concept of one person contesting for many terms and another 27 point election manifesto[9] was pledged by Mustafa to make BAIRA dynamic and vibrant as it should have been. While the opposition promised BAIRA Airlines serving international flights for in and outbound workers. The election recorded highest number of member attendance and votes cast. Result of the election left all stunned; as it was the biggest landslide victory in Bangladesh compared to any other trade body election held, as 'Sammilita Ganatantrik Front'[10] received the majority 70.33%(approx.) of votes. Ghulam Mustafa and his 'Sammilita Ganatantrik Front' won 26 seats, left only Md. Mosharraf Hossain (MP) to come through as #25 from his entire Front.

Bangladesh holds a key to its development and a future to be one of the powerhouses of South Asia, i.e. primarily supporting manpower export sector,
and requiring the Bangladesh Governments role playing for expansion and creation of new untapped markets. Past archives that Bangladesh was always running short of forex reserve. July's 1st week report that forex reserve has exceeded US$ 7 billion, thus acting as helping hand at grave times of natural disasters like Sidr in 2007. Eventually it brought value addition to the workforce even. Returnee workers from Singapore Shipyards have been recruited by Bangladeshi local Ship Building Companies,[11] a sector which is still young yet showing rapid progress to eventually contribute to the much need forex.


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