Buyer brought to his knees over low-cost home

Help, please: Mohd Fairul kneeling down to the staff members from the state Information Division in Komtar, Penang.

GEORGE TOWN: A housebuyer went down to his knees in an attempt to get Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng to listen to his plight over a RM100,000 additional charge that a developer had allegedly hit him after he bought a low-medium cost home.

Mohd Fairul Ilias, 33, was with a group of 52 housebuyers who chanted and held placards as they picketed at Komtar against the developer yesterday.

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