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12:00 AM, November 17, 2011 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, November 17, 2011

Refrain from illegal stay, plan life at home

South Korean ambassador tells Bangladeshi workers

South Korean Ambassador in Dhaka Taiyoung Cho yesterday asked the Bangladeshi workers not to stay in Korea illegally, but to return back after completion of their job periods and better utilise their skills and money at home.
“It is better not to work in hiding as an illegal dweller, but to repatriate and settle in Bangladesh successfully,” he said at an award-giving ceremony at Korean embassy in the city, says a press release.
Abu Bakar, a returnee from South Korea, who now operates a supermarket in Gulshan-2, was awarded for his performance in the contest “Successful foreign workers' memory writing competition 2011”.
Taiyoung Cho asked the workers to plan a new life for themselves after repatriation, utilising their experience, money and available technology.
South Korea recruits Bangladeshi workers under Employment Permit System, a state arrangement to recruit foreign workers, designed to prevent irregularities that had been rampant earlier.

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