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by sira habibu, ng si hooi, AND a. raman
Blood spots in a hostel room has led police to suspect that a student was involved in a baby flushing case, reported Berita Harian.
A 19-year-old student then admitted to giving birth to a baby girl that was found dead in a sewerage treatment plant in Terengganu.
Police would be detaining the student after a medical examination, while her 20-year-old boyfriend is being tracked down for questioning.
Both of them are from Selangor.
A contract worker found the baby’s body while cleaning the sewerage treatment plant at noon on Aug 29.
The culprit is believed to have flushed the baby down the toilet from the Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) campus in Dungun.
Terengganu CID chief K. Manoharan was quoted as saying that the student had claimed responsibility.
Investigation would be carried out under Section 318 of the Penal Code for concealing birth by secretly disposing the body.
> A West Asian country is involved in financing religious teachers to spread deviant Syiah teachings in Malaysia, reported Berita Harian.
Home Ministry security division secretary Zamihan Mat Zin said a religious teacher had confessed to receiving wages from the embassy.
The teacher, known as Ustaz Syiah, said that they were paid by the embassy’s cultural officer to spread Syiah teachings here.
Terengganu state secretary Datuk Mazlan Ngah also said that some lecturers from higher learning institutions in Terengganu were also involved in spreading such teachings to students.
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