“When I was in University of Auckland for research I met a person there who had previously worked in the company. He told me to apply for a job. I did. After going through the rigorous selection process, I was selected,” Adhikari told the Post.
While Adhikari looked forward to his first job that would pay him Malaysian Ringgit 5,000 per month, the government was planning a clamp on migrant workers heading to Malaysia.
The government decision targeted unscrupulous recruitment agencies and agents here who charged foreign-bound workers exorbitant fees for documentation, visas by violating rules with impunity. The government clamp on unscrupulous agencies stopped migrant workers to Malaysia.