Ganapathy death: Anwar says no one should be beaten up because of their race

Modified 30 Apr 2021, 9:38 am

Pakatan Harapan leaders are demanding justice over the alleged custodial death of A Ganapathy.

Harapan chairperson Anwar Ibrahim, in a speech at a buka puasa (breaking of fast) fundraiser last night, said no one should be beaten in lock-up just because of their race.

"We shouldn't be a country, where one race, (because of) perception, they are beaten up time and again in the lockup," he said.

Ganapathy, 40, was arrested on Feb 24...

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