Penang Islamic council threatens to sue those 'spreading lies' on eviction

Susan Loone

Modified 22 Feb 2019, 9:47 am

Those defaming the Penang Islamic Affairs Council (MAINPP) over matters related to Tanah Wakaf Abdul Cauder in Butterworth will face legal action, warns its president Abdul Malik Kassim.

MAINPP, Malik said, has been "left with no choice" but to sue those who slander the council over the eviction of 19 families from the 0.8ha plot of endowment land.

"These lies and fake news are spread via social media and in the current by-election campaign in Semenyih... 

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