People come from afar to say goodbye


Family members praying at the state honoured funeral of Karpal Singh at Dewan Sri Pinang in Georgetown, Penang. April, 20,2014. ZHAFARAN NASIB/ The Star

GEORGE TOWN: Technician R. Rajamony was the first person in the line when the doors were opened at Dewan Sri Pinang at 8.45am.

“It’s my final chance to see him and I do not want to miss it,” said Rajamony, who had taken the midnight bus from Klang Valley with two friends so that they could attend Karpal Singh’s funeral.

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