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Prof. Selina Mohsin

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Where did Selina Mohsin get the ..., 30 Dec 2011 [cached]
Where did Selina Mohsin get the audacity to comment on political issues of other countries?
So where did Selina Mohsin get the audacity to comment on political issues of other countries?
It is well known that this shameless woman had a very good relationship with the Bangladeshi agents who introduced human trafficking to Maldives and took advantage from it. It is no secret that those poor Bangladeshi workers who filed complaints at the High Commission were severely oppressed by the agents. And on a number of times the agents themselves were given the opportunity to answer on behalf of the commission! So where did Selina Mohsin get the audacity to comment on political issues of other countries?
It is true that every country will have illegal immigrants. But because of the likes of Selina and her ilk, in Maldives this number has tripled and multiplied. And the role of Selina in this whole plot is testified by the poor Bangladeshi immigrants in Maldives. So where did Selina Mohsin get the audacity to comment on political issues of other countries?
It is important for Selina to rebut and refute these claims. And in no time we would publish the tons of documents in our possession that would testify against the crimes of this shameless woman.
It is believed by many that Selina and the top officials of the former dictatorship of Maldives have many connections with regards to the thousands of trafficked Bangladeshi immigrants in Maldives. So where and whence did Selina get the audacity to poke her nose into the foreign affairs of Maldives?
Unlike the insatiable and selfish Selina, the current Bangladeshi High Commissioner in Maldives has reaped many fruits in resolving the issue of human trafficking in short period. Shame on you, O Selina. How can you betray your own countrymen for your own benefit?
This arrogant and haughty woman who shamelessly plotted to cause tension between India and Maldives does not know that we Maldivians are fully aware of how a deceitful and fraudulent woman she is! Shame, shame and shame on you!
Bangladeshi ambassador Professor ..., 2 Feb 2009 [cached]
Bangladeshi ambassador Professor Selina Mohsin told Minivan News she wanted to know what the ministry would do about Bangladeshis "who have paid legitimate money to come here but have been given illegitimate work permits".
She added she was giving information to Bangladeshis without valid work permits and "those who want to go back" and would notify members of the Bangladeshi community to spread the word.
Firstly, as former Bangladeshi Ambassador ..., 1 Aug 2010 [cached]
Firstly, as former Bangladeshi Ambassador Professor Selina Mohsin mentioned, many quotas are created with inadequate proposals and flimsy justification for the number of people needed.
Maldives Watch [cached]
The authorities' findings echo those first raised by former Bangladeshi High Commissioner Dr Selina Mohsin, reported by Minivan News in August last year, and which saw the country placed on the US State Department's Tier 2 watchlist for human trafficking.
Report condemns Maldives for inaction on human trafficking « Maldivian Democracy Network, 16 June 2010 [cached]
Bangladeshi High Commissioner Professor Selina Mohsin said "unscrupulous brokers" were bringing Bangladeshi nationals into the country by photocopying legitimate work visas - bearing her signature -"hundreds of times", which authorities were continuing to accept at the border.
"I've tried to meet the Human Resources Minister [Hassan Latheef] and ask him to stop accepting photocopies of work permits," she said.
Prof Mohsin said the situation was a result of brokers and employers, both in the Maldives and overseas, running "huge scams" reaching up to several hundred million US dollars.
"I just tried to have a Bangladeshi agent deported - I caught him almost red-handed - but his Maldivian friends have taken him to court so he can stay in the country," she said, noting that the case was still ongoing.
Few of the local authorities had Bangla speakers, she noted, making communication an issue as well. For example, the employment tribunal was conducting cases in Dhivehi and the expatriates involved could not understand what was going on, she said.
"It should be the government providing interpreters, rather than us," she claimed. "In places like the UK there are policemen who speak other languages."
When workers arrived and became unemployed, "they can't be deported because that costs money, and if there's no employment, people turn to crime," she noted.
Prof Mohsin was also critical of HRCM, commenting that she "hardly saw [Saleem] anywhere.
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