Khalid sues The Malaysian Insider over alleged defamatory articles

KUALA LUMPUR: Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim is suing The Malaysian Insider (TMI) editors and its owners for allegedly implying that he misused his position as Selangor Mentri Besar for personal gain.

TMI chief executive officer and editor K. A. Jahabar Sadiq K. A. Abdul Kader, its Malay news editor Amin Shah Iskandar, its owners The Edge Communications Sdn Bhd and TMIDOTCOM Sdn Bhd have been named as defendants.

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