Ex-driver fails in bid to challenge supervision order


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  • Wednesday, 13 May 2015

PUTRAJAYA: A former driver, who is under police supervision for allegedly attending a “triad ritual”, has failed in his bid to challenge the order under the Prevention of Crime Act (PCA).

Court of Appeal judge Justice Mohtarudin Baki, who chaired a three-man panel, held that there were no merits in the appeal by R. Sureshwaran to strike out supervision order under the Act.

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