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Hundreds of Bangladeshi passports filled with a school bag were found in a pile of dirt in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Representatives of Malaysia:

Hundreds of Bangladeshi passports filled with a school bag were found in a pile of dirt beside a restaurant at MPR City Mall in Damansara, Malaysia’s capital, Kuala Lumpur.
On Monday morning, Bangladeshi Shariful Alam recovered a bag from a pile of dirt on the basis of secret news. During this time, five Bangladeshi passports were found inside the bag.

With the passing of the passport, Shariful Alam took the passports to the Bangladesh High Commission, but at first showed various excuses for taking the passports, but was later submitted with a written application. Meanwhile, no visa was found on hundreds of abandoned passports, but in the past, there were registration papers and documents from the Immigration Department through a valid government-issued project in Malaysia.

According to the passport and the accompanying paper (Chris V Global Sdn Bhd and Chris V V Resource Sdn BHDN are mentioned in the company).

To know about this, Bangladesh High Commissioner (Passport and Visa Wing) Md. Mashiur Rahman Talukdar told the mobile phone that we are looking at how this is done and what can be done but we must take action in the last step of the law and those who have passports with their own passport proof. Can do

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