AGC set to object to ashram’s application for leave


KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court has set Jan 13 to hear an objection by the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) to an application for leave by the owner of the 110-year-old Vivekananda Ashram.

The company – The Vivekananda Ashrama Kuala Lumpur – is seeking to initiate judicial review proceedings to compel the National Heritage Department commissioner to gazette only the building as a heritage site.

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