Workers waiting to return to Burma will be repatriated after April 30. State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi said she would accept all, whether they were working illegally or not. The policy is already in place. I will accept all of them. It’s like my parents’ house. Parents are responsible for their children’s well-being. If it is not convenient, we will welcome it if necessary, ”said Suu Kyi.
He said most of the workers preparing to return were from Thailand and Malaysia, with an estimated 100,000 returning. “They are preparing to return from Thailand. It was initially estimated to be between 50,000 and 70,000. But according to the information received, it could be over 100,000, ”said Suu Kyi.