The incident occured while workers were removing the boxes at a warehouse in Bukit Mertajam.
The victims were being ferried to a construction site in Banting.
Authorities say the men, mostly in their 20s, complained about the lack of food.
Shaik Ismail Allaudin says there is pressure from the families for the remains to be sent back.
The body of Mohamad Uzzal, a 33-year old Bangladeshi man, was found at 5pm.
The offence was committed at a car service centre in Taman Maluri, Cheras, on Oct 9.
He also pleads guilty to charges of violating his social visit pass and for attempting to forge either a visa, permit or pass under the Immigration Act.
Cops looking for her husband believed to be working in Johor.
This comes after a Facebook posting showing a picture of a banner and caption claiming that it was printed in Urdu.
Tenaganita claims many Bangladeshi migrant workers are working overtime without wages, proper meals or medical benefits.
Director-General Mustafar Ali says department is working with other authorities to take action on illegal foreign workers and employers who hire them in lodging businesses.
He says however that it is difficult to prevent those who get drunk onboard or passengers who are mentally or emotionally unstable from boarding the plane.
The head, a Bangladeshi, had been forging passports and documents of several countries since entering Malaysia in 2005.
Bangladesh police have handed over the 20-year-old man to his father who showed them proof of the mental illness.
The Bangladeshi passenger removed his clothes and attacked a stewardess during the flight from Kuala Lumpur to Dhaka.
Deputy Inspector-General of Police Noor Rashid Ibrahim says police have been investigating the smuggling of Bangladeshis into Malaysia via KLIA for the past year, and have arrested several suspects.
At Tenaganita event to curb gender-based violence, Bangladeshi woman recounts horrific abuses committed by husband.
Former treasury secretary-general says allowing foreign workers to join unions will lead to increase in wages and reduce the need to source labour from overseas.
Another Bangladeshi, who was the victim’s housemate, is being investigated for murder.
Police seize a police vest, stolen Honda City car and fake police authority card.
For the workers, it is a brutal system that can leave them in huge debt and regretting they ever made the move to Singapore.
Police find body parts in three sacks inside house victim shared with two other Bangladeshis after woman makes report on missing boyfriend.
A random encounter at a Ramadan bazaar gets Fa thinking about how welcoming (or not) Malaysians tend to be to foreigners in our land.
The Nepali fell on a Bangladeshi worker who was inside a gondola at the new MACC building under construction in Putrajaya.
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