MP urges gov't to save M'sian from S'pore gallows

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An opposition MP has urged the government to “urgently intervene” to save Malaysian Prabagaran Srivijayan from execution in Singapore for a drug trafficking conviction.

Padang Serai MP N Surendran said Prabagaran, who was convicted in 2014, has “exhausted all legal appeals and is facing imminent execution” and that his trial has raised concerns.

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