Eight hours of the Batu Buruk riot

comments     Bede Hong     Published     Updated

Ten days ago, Terengganu experienced its worst case of rioting . It has led to conflicting reports and accusations of provocation being exchanged.

The government has blamed the opposition for instigating the incident, while PAS has accused Umno of working in cahoots with the police.

Malaysiakini reconstructs the incident in this timeline, based on a visit to the state, interviews with eyewitnesses, opposition party members and the police.

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