13 who protested against Zambry as Perak MB jailed

comments     Ahmad Fadli KC     Published     Updated

Thirteen people, some of them single mothers and cancer patients, who protested the appointment of Zambry Abdul Kadir as the new menteri besar of Perak at the Ubudiah Mosque in Kuala Kangsar four years ago, were today ordered to serve their two years’ jail sentence at Tapah Prison.

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