47 orang asli remanded for two days


KOTA BARU: All the 47 orang asli detained when authorities moved in on the blockade in Simpang Petir have been given a two-day remand.

Yesterday, activist Siti Kasim, the lawyer representing the orang asli, said that all those detained had been remanded for two days to assist in investigations by the police and state Forestry Department.

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