Former Ops Lalang detainees happy that ISA has been repealed


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  • Saturday, 27 Oct 2012

Kerk Kim Hock

PETALING JAYA: Former Ops Lalang detainees are glad the Internal Security Act (ISA) will no longer be used to detain people without trial.

In conjunction with the 25th anniversary of the crackdown yesterday, ex-detainees said arrests under the ISA were no longer relevant with current times.

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