March date for intervener's bid in vernacular schools validity suit

Haspaizi Zain

Modified 18 Feb 2020, 6:37 am

The Kuala Lumpur High Court today set March 9 to decide on an intervention application in the case of two Malay-Muslim NGOs challenging the validity of vernacular schools in the country.

Counsel for the Association of Peninsular Malaysia Students (GPMS) and the Islamic Educational Development Council (Mappim), Aidil Khalid, said aside from the two matters, the judge would also hear the Attorney-General Chamber’s (AGC) application for the case to be postponed.

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