Migrant workers and refugees cry for help

One way the public can help is by paying the rent for migrant workers and refugees, most of whom stay in low-cost flats.

A GROUP of refugees in Kedah walked into an Alor Setar police station seeking help earlier this month.

Pertubuhan Kebajikan Journey To Insyirah spokesman Tengku Emma Zuriana Tengku Azmi related the incident to highlight how the movement control order (MCO) is affecting this vulnerable group.

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