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Wednesday May 21, 2014 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Wednesday May 21, 2014 MYT 10:10:40 AM
by beh yuen hui, calvin tan, AND a.raman
A BANK officer’s family cancelled his wedding preparations in Nizamabad after pictures of his bride and her former boyfriend were posted on Facebook, Tamil Nesan reported.
While relatives were attending to the wedding preparations on Thursday, the former boyfriend, identified only as Azad, and two others barged into the woman’s home and demanded that she tie the knot with him.
The three fled when police were called.
Azad and the other two are graduates of the Malla Reddy Engineering College, where the bank officer had also studied.
Following the incident, Azad allegedly hacked into the bank officer’s Facebook account and posted pictures of him and the 23-year-old woman, a junior bank executive.
The next day, the woman’s family aborted the wedding plans.
Hyderabad state police have since arrested Azad and his accomplices,
> For years, Malaysia has been a model of peace and stability due to the close cooperation and understanding among the various communities, Makkal Osai reported.
Quoting Negri Sembilan state executive councillor Datuk Jalaluddin Alias, the paper said political stability had also contributed to harmony in the country.
He said continued success would hinge on the close rapport among Barisan Nasional components, particulary Umno, MCA and MIC.
“Umno alone cannot rule the country without the support of the component parties,” added Jalaluddin, who is also Pertang state assemblyman, when opening the the 20th annual delegates conference of the Jelebu MIC branch on Saturday.
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Politics, Found in Translation, Family & Community, wedding, marriage, facebook, hack, barisan nasional, unity, mic
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