Kampung Baru hails 'Ketuanan Rakyat'

comments     Azreen Madzlan     Published     Updated

Kelab Sultan Sulaiman in Kampung Baru once saw Malay nationalists gathered to fight for independence from the British in 1946.

More than 60 years later, another mass gathering took place at the 99-year-old club last night when some 20,000 people of all walks of life defied police ban to welcome Anwar’s return to active politics following the expiry of his ban.

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