Perak Immigration Dept rescues six Indonesian forced labourers



The Perak Immigration Department has rescued six Indonesian women who were victims of forced labour exploitations for about 10 years in three locations in Tanjung Malim yesterday.

Its director Hapdzan Husaini said all the women, aged 22 to 40 years, rescued in the joint operation by the Enforcement Division of the Perak Immigration Department, the Anti-Trafficking in Persons and Anti-Smuggling of Migrants Council and the Department of Labour, worked as maids and salespersons...

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