Printing factory raided after alleged abuse of Bangladeshi workers exposed

Faisal Ashraff & Alyaa Alhadjri

Modified 2 Oct 2019, 11:56 am

A joint enforcement team had moved to raid a printing factory in Kapar, Klang, following reports that their former workers from Bangladesh had fled, alleging mistreatment and forced to seek refuge in the jungles.

Malaysiakini sighted a Labour Department report of the Sept 17 raid which stated that investigations are ongoing against Tiong Tat Printing Industry Sdn Bhd for alleged offences under the Employment Act 1955...

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