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Expatriates are being forced to back home; Jamaat Ameer blames government for its negligence and irresponsible actions

Calls to take punitive measures against the human traffickers

10 July 2020, Fri, 12:10

Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami’s Ameer Dr. Shafiqur Rahman has issued the following statement on 10 July 2020 expressing deep concern over two incidents as 144 Bangladeshi migrants have been rescued in Macedonia and another 147 Bangladeshi people have been forced to return home from Italy.

Authorities in North Macedonia found 211 migrants, including 144 Bangladeshis, packed into a truck near the town of Gevgelija at country's southern border with Greece during a routine check on a regional road. While 147 people have been forced to return from Italy on 10 July.

Such incidents of human trafficking are being taken place frequently due to the ...


Dr. Shafiqur Rahman

Ameer-e-Jamaat

Come, together we can

Do believe that, the state power of the country should be controlled by the pious, modest and honest leadership in order to establish peace and justice in the country.

I do support Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami as this party has been carrying effort sincerely to establish the dominance of such honest and qualified people in every aspect of the society and the country.

I will extend my all out support to Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami to attain economic freedom and political stability in order to build Bangladesh as prosperous and welfare state.

I will try my best to upgrade my life always morally and ethically.