Beanibazarview24.com Desk, 31 Jan 2017,
Two Bangladeshi migrant workers were killed and three others injured in a road crash in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) today.
The victims were identified as Abdur Rahim, 42 and Alamgir, 45, both from Fatikchhari of Chittagong.
The driver of the private car, boarding them, hit an electric pole at Ras Al Khaimah after losing control over the steering around 7:30 am (UAE local time), said AKM Mizanur Rahman, first secretary (Labour) at Bangladesh embassy in Dhabi.
“They were going to their workplaces,” he said.
Of the injured, Azim from Hathajari of Chittagong was undergoing treatment in Al Sakar hospital in Dubai and the two others took first aid.
Around 10 lakh Bangladeshi migrants are now working in different sectors in the UAE. However, the Gulf country is restricting to hire male workers from Bangladesh since August 2012.