NGO baffled by DBKL block on 120-year-old Hindu procession

B Nantha Kumar

Modified 9 Mar 2019, 10:30 am

An NGO says it is baffled by Kuala Lumpur City Hall's (DBKL) decision to deny permission for a Hindu chariot procession in Sentul, which devotees say has been taking place for 120 years.

The procession was to mark this year's Panguni Uthiram, a Hindu holy day, which the Sri Thandayuthapani temple had been observing since 1899...

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