'Upsetting and hurtful' - activist on investigation into post on refugee conditions

Fion Yap

Modified 7 Jul 2020, 11:53 am

Refugee rights activist Heidy Quah said that she was treated professionally by Bukit Aman but still considers her questioning over a Facebook post exposing the alleged mistreatment of refugees at Immigration detention centres to be "upsetting and hurtful".

"The police are very professional but yet it is still really upsetting and really hurtful that something like this has happened," the director of NGO Refuge for the Refugees told the media after being called to Bukit Aman this afternoon to give a statement on the matter...

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