Revathi case can’t be heard because she’s freed

SHAH ALAM: The High Court ruled yesterday that it could not hear a habeas corpus application by a man whose wife had been detained by the Islamic authorities because she had been released on Thursday. 

Revathi Masoosai, 29, whose Muslim name is Siti Fatimah Abdul Karim, had been detained at the Baitul Aman Faith Rehabilitation Centre in Ulu Yam by the Selangor Islamic Religious Council since Jan 8. 

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