Promotion meeting of the leading remittance house in Malaysia


Malaysia’s leading remittance house held a campaign meeting on ‘Participation in expatriate scheme, beautiful life back home’ remittance of expatriate income through legal channels, universal pension scheme and deposit account.

The campaign meeting was held at Polao Inda Sunway Daiso DGC Project in Port Klang, Selangor state, organized by Agrani Remittance House and Malaysia Seal Consult Sdn Bhd on Monday (June 24).

Promotion meeting of the leading remittance house in Malaysia

Seal Consult Sdn Bhd Malaysia Managing Director, Engineer. Chairman of Agrani Bank was the chief guest at the campaign meeting chaired by Amirul Islam Khokon. Zayed Bakht.

Promotion meeting of the leading remittance house in Malaysia

In the campaign meeting, the chief guest urged the expatriates to send remittances legally and said that the government has launched the expatriate scheme for long-term expatriates. Through this scheme, the country including expatriate Bangladeshis will benefit. In this case, the state will guarantee a monthly pension at the end of the specified period along with the proper utilization of the invested money of the participants in the scheme.

Promotion meeting of the leading remittance house in Malaysia

The chairman said that remittances sent by expatriates are contributing significantly to the country’s economy. The capacity of Bangladesh has increased manifold. Bangladesh has come a long way in various indicators of social development including infrastructure development and poverty alleviation.

Promotion meeting of the leading remittance house in Malaysia

The CEO of Agrani Bank was present as a special guest at the campaign meeting. Murshedul Kabir and CEO and Director Sultan Ahmed of Agrani Remittance House Sdn Bhd, Malaysia. At this time, the officials of the remittance house answered various questions of the expatriates.

Promotion meeting of the leading remittance house in Malaysia

Hossain Shaheed Sarwar, Kazim Uddin, Noornabi spoke in the meeting. About three hundred expatriates participated in the campaign meeting.

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