Newly joined state minister of the Expatriates Welfare and Overseas Employment ministry, Imran Ahmad on Tuesday said that all challenges of the country’s migrant workers would be addressed with joint cooperation of all concerned.
He also said that the government would be working to ensure safe, orderly and regular migration under less migration cost.
‘We will relentlessly work to implement the vision 2021.’ the state ministry said while he was exchanging views with the ministry officials at the conference room.
Imran also said that they would take necessary steps for ensuring welfare of the migrant workers as per directions of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
He recalled that the migrant workers were playing important role in boosting remittance and help economic development of the country.
EWOE ministry secretary in charge Rownaq Jahan and other officials received the state minister with flower bouquet at the ministry.
The secretary in charge said that the ministry has already taken massive plans to create database of the aspirant migrant workers very soon to create job employments abroad
Former secretary and chairman of Probashi Kalyan Bank Shamsun Nahar, Wage Earners Welfare Board director general Gazi Mohammad Julhas, Bureau of Manpower, Employment and Training director general Salim Reza and EWOE ministry addition secretary Dr Ahmed Munirus Saleheen, among other were present