Who guards the guards? Second Nepali claims beaten up in M’sia

Annabelle Lee

Modified 6 Aug 2020, 6:29 am

Seeing a fellow Nepali security guard being beaten up triggered painful memories for Santosh Sapkota.

Back in 2016, the former Nepal Armed Police Force officer had arrived in Kuala Lumpur to begin a three-year stint as a security guard with Malaysian firm Allied Security Sdn Bhd.

He would return home a broken man just two months shy of the end of his contract...

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