Temiar families still traumatised over their children's deaths

Alyaa Alhadjri

Modified 24 Aug 2018, 3:26 pm

The pain felt by the parents of the seven Temiar (Orang Asli) children who ran away from their hostel at SK Tohoi, Gua Musang, three years ago, is still very palpable.

At a press conference this afternoon, Midah Angah, 43, burst into tears when she attempted to recount the incident that resulted in the loss of her son, Haikal Yaakob, who was eight years old at the time...

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