The app is being launched in the country to take job opportunities abroad
Devdulal Munna:  The name of this app is Sama. Launched in Singapore, the Sama app will be a startup in Bangladesh as well. They are applying for registration with the Bangladesh government. This is the news of BBC.
 More than three and a half lakh expatriate workers now work in Singapore. Most of them are citizens of Bangladesh and India. According to the BBC, these workers fell into the clutches of brokers before they set foot in Singapore and became indebted. Under Singapore law, employment agents cannot take more than two months ’salary from an employee. But Singapore cannot control this issue in other countries. So even after the workers go to the country with jobs, the agents of their own country have to pay for months. The Singapore-based ‘Sama’ startup started its journey last April to free workers from this problem. From here, employees can find the job of their choice. For this they have to pay maximum two months salary.
 Speaking about coming to Bangladesh, Nemanja Grujic said, “We believe that workers give more output if they work without worrying about debt.” Job seekers can submit all the paperwork by contacting the company’s WhatsApp. So far 1500 people have registered in the app. Here workers can keep their salaries in a digital wallet. Through this money can be sent directly to the country.