Families of the dead and survivors of 2017 tahfiz fire file lawsuit

Hidir Reduan

Modified 11 Jun 2019, 2:57 am

The families of seven students and a warden who perished in the 2017 Darul Quran Ittifaqiyah (DQI) tahfiz centre fire have launched a lawsuit against the centre's two operators as well as the Federal Territory Islamic Religious Council (MAIWP).

Ten student survivors also make up the 18 plaintiffs in the writ of summons filed by law firm M/s Mohaji, Hazury & Ismail at the High Court Registry in Kuala Lumpur on May 30, the cause papers of which were sighted by Malaysiakini...

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