Komplot bawa masuk Bangla ke Malaysia...
PKR mendakwa pegawai kerajaan Malaysia di Bangladesh terlibat dalam pengeluaran visa pelancong untuk membolehkan ribuan warga negara itu masuk dan bekerja di Malaysia dengan cara meragukan.
Ahli Parlimen Subang Sivarasa Rasiah mendakwa, tindakan itu dilakukan dengan kerjasama Jabatan Imigresen di Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa Kuala Lumpur (KLIA) dan sebuah agensi pelancongan.
Wakil rakyat PKR itu berkata, beliau mengesan terdapat warga Bangladesh masuk ke Malaysia menggunakan 'visa pelancong' dengan dokumen sokongan palsu yang diuruskan syarikat terbabit.
Jumlahnya, dakwa Sivarasa lagi mencecah angka seribu orang setiap hari di Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa Kuala Lumpur menerusi enam penerbangan terus Dhaka-Kuala Lumpur.
Modus operandinya, dakwa Sivarasa, kakitangan Suruhanjaya Tinggi Malaysia di Dhaka mengeluarkan visa yang dimudah cara syarikat pelancongan itu dengan menggunakan dokumen palsu dengan bayaran 32,000 Taka (RM1,300).
Bayaran rasmi visa hanya 500 Taka (RM20) sahaja beserta caj yang dibenarkan sehingga 1,000 Taka (RM40).
"Maklumat ini mencadangkan bayaran rasuah digunakan untuk melicinkan proses mengeluarkan visa di Pesuruhjaya Tinggi dan juga untuk memastikan tiada masalah sewaktu pemeriksaan masuk di Dhaka.
"Pada masa sama, kakitangan Imigresen di KLIA juga tidak mencegah kemasukan lebih kurang 1,000 'pelancong' Bangladesh yang tiba setiap hari di KLIA ini," katanya.
Sivarasa membuat laporan polis berhubung perkara sama di balai polis Tropicana dekat Petaling Jaya hari ini. Beliau juga berkata akan memajukan dokumen berkaitan kepada Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM)
Turut disertakan dalam laporan polis, nama dan nombor pasport lima warganegara Bangladesh yang didakwa memperoleh visa pelancong mereka dengan cara yang meragukan, katanya.-malaysiakini
Gov't officers trafficking in Bangladeshi workers...
Government officers have been "trafficking" in thousands of Bangladeshi workers into Malaysia by issuing questionable tourist visas recently aided by an increase in flights, claimed PKR.
PKR central leadership council member R Sivarasa has alleged that dubious practices may be carried out by the Malaysian High Commission in Dhaka, a travel agent and immigration officials at the KL International Airport (KLIA) to facilitate the arrival of some 1,000 Bangladeshi workers a day on so-called one-month tourist visas.
"Enforcement agencies here should have immediately red-flagged the fact that a country like Bangladesh is purportedly sending 1,000 tourists a day to Malaysia, bearing in mind that even India has only three daily flights arriving a day at KLIA," he said in a statement.
The Subang MP said that since March this year, there had been six direct flights a day from Dhaka to Kuala Lumpur and further alleged that a Bangladesh company played a key role in issuing a large number of tourist visas.
Sivarasa said that the alleged travel agent was appointed by Malaysia Airlines (MAS) as its general sales agent in the second half of 2012 and then in March, got MAS to double its long-standing daily flight from Dhaka to two flights a day.
The same company was also recently added by the Malaysian High Commission to a list of 25 companies appointed and authorised to facilitate applications for visas to Malaysia.
Sivarasa also claimed that many Bangladeshis were trafficked in using false documentation and inflated payments of up to 32,000 Taka (about RM 1,300) for each tourist visa, over 20 times more than the official fee payable for a visa of 500 Taka (RM20), even with a permissible service charge of up to 1,000 Taka (RM40).
"I am told it is obvious at plain sight that many of those who arrive do not look like tourists and are in actual fact migrant workers who are on a one-way trip into Malaysia to find work. This raises the inference of corrupt practice at the KLIA end," he said.
The Subang MP said that he had lodged a report police report and urged relevant government authorities to investigate. He would also forward evidence to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission for further action.
This would include names and passport numbers of five Bangladeshi nationals who have obtained so-called “tourist” visas in the manner PKR described.
PKR had also previously claimed that "phantom voters" including Bangladeshis were brought in to vote for BN in the 13th general election, a claim which was refuted by Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak.-malaysiakini