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> Four-year-old girl in Kajang molested by father
The case in Kajang was uncovered when the victim's mother noticed her ''playing'' with her own private parts few days ago. The girl, aged four, said that her father had been ''playing with her like that.'' The father was said to be working outstation and only came home once a month.
> Son hits mother for not buying him food
A 51-year-old man, who is single and jobless, assaulted his 74-year-old mother for not buying him dinner. The man, from Cheras, who reportedly stays at home all day, has been relying on his mother to buy him takeaways for all his meals. His mother was reportedly said to have told him that she was “tired and did not want to go out” before he punched her.
> Teenage girl alleges being molested by stepfather
A 40-year-old stepfather molested his 14-year-old daughter when she spent the recent school holidays at her mother’s place in Buloh Kasap, Segamat on June 13. The man allegedly instructed the girl to strip naked before kissing and touching her. He also forced her to help him masturbate. The girl told her father about the incident after she went back to their home in Jempol, Negeri Sembilan and a report was lodged.
> Stepdad claims he was unaware of Firdaus' condition
The stepfather of 15-year-old Muhammad Firdaus Dullah said he was shocked to leanr that the boy had living in misery and that he only knew of his plight through the media.
The man, in his 40s, who only wanted to be known as Abdullah, said he was told about Firdaus' disability when he married the boy's mother in 2004. However, he seldom visited them in their flat in Taman Semarak, Nilai, because he did not want to let his first wife know about the relationship.
"But I have never neglected my responsibility and gave her (Firdaus’ mother) an allowance every month for expenses."
> Hasan Malek: Fuel subsidy rationalisation will benefit rakyat
Domestic Trade, Cooperative and Consumerism Minister Datuk Seri Hasan Malek has assured the people that they will benefit from the Government's fuel subsidy rationalisation programme.
He said the Government has already received proposals from seven companies, including one based in Singapore and another foreign entity, to come out with a mechanism to prevent leakages and make sure the subsidy reached its targeted groups.
"Most importantly, we will review the subsidy distribution process and the end result will definitely benefit the rakyat."
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