Guan Eng: AG's Chambers lackadaisical in handling son's case

comments     Susan Loone     Published     Updated

Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng today expressed disappointment with the “lackadaisical” attitude of the Attorney-General's Chambers in the case of his son allegedly outraging the modesty of his female classmate, six years ago.

Lim told a press conference today that he was willing to go to court to appear as a witness in the case.

Earlier, two policemen, who the chief minister said were acting on the orders of the AG's Chambers, had met Lim to ask him whether he still wanted to proceed with the case.

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