Tamrin and Heryati lodge police reports over assault


KUALA LUMPUR: A feud in former deputy prime minister Tun Ghafar Baba's family has taken a new twist with his second wife D. Heryati Abdul Rahim and eldest son Tamrin punching each other at her residence. 

They have lodged police reports, blaming each other for the assault that occurred in the three-storey bungalow home in the affluent suburb of Taman Duta where Ghafar and Heryati live.  

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