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Monday November 20, 2017 11:40 AM

‘Reopen Apan Jewellers on humanitarian grounds’

‘Reopen Apan Jewellers on humanitarian grounds’

Bajus pointed out that shutting down the showrooms would mean the employees and their families lose their source of income.

Bangladesh Jewellers Samity (Bajus) asked Customs Intelligence and Investigation Department (CIID) to reopen five Apan Jewellers stores on humanitarian grounds.

In an urgent meeting on Sunday, Bajus pointed out that shutting down the showrooms would mean the employees and their families lose their source of income.

They also said a certain percentage of the gold seized by the CIID belongs to the customers of Apan Jewellers, who have already paid for it.

Bajus in a press release said the sealing off these five showrooms would affect the lives and livelihoods of employees, goldsmiths and customers amounting to some five thousand people directly and indirectly.

They said based on these humanitarian grounds the five showrooms should be reopened immediately.

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