Bangladeshis at Power Plant Where 2 Workers Died Placed on Leave

About 7,000 Bangladeshi workers have been put on a two-week leave pending an investigation into unrest that led to the death of a Chinese worker and damaged facilities at a Chinese-financed power plant under construction on the Bay of Bengal. The workers learned their fate on Saturday during a meeting with Chinese project officials, according to Patuakhali Superintendent of Police Moinul Hasan. While the Bangladeshis began their break on Sunday, the plant’s 2,700 Chinese employees resumed work after the meeting. “We hope the situation will return to normal soon,” Khaled Mahmood told BenarNews on Monday. Mahmood is chairman of the Bangladesh Power Development Board (PDB). Hundreds of police were called to the plant last week when a fight between Chinese and Bangladeshi workers left a Chinese worker dead and at least seven others injured.......................

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