Day in court for victims


PUTRAJAYA: Victims of sexual harassment at the workplace can now file a civil suit and claim damages against the perpetrators, following a landmark Federal Court ruling.

The decision was delivered by the Federal Court’s five-man panel chaired by Chief Judge of Malaya Justice Zulkefli Ahmad Makinudin, in a suit filed by Tabung Haji’s former risk management division general manager Mohd Ridzwan Abdul Razak against ex-colleague Asmah Mohd Nor.

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