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PETALING JAYA: Former Hulu Langat MP Datuk Badrul Hisham Abdul Aziz, 53, (pic) died at Hospital Serdang at about 3.30pm yesterday.
He was rushed to the hospital after complaining of breathing difficulties but died on arrival.
Badrul began his career as a cadet reporter at Utusan Malaysia soon after graduating from Universiti Kebang-saan Malaysia in 1984 and rose to become an assistant news editor.
In 1995, he was nominated by Barisan Nasional to stand in the Hulu Langat constituency and won. He defended the seat in 1999.
Badrul Hisham did not contest the 2004 election.
He came out of retirement to become a columnist at news portal Agenda Daily.
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