Bangi nursery owner, workers charged over abuse of children


  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 01 Feb 2017

KAJANG: A nursery owner has been charged over the abuse of two toddlers and an infant and also for operating the nursery in Bangi without permit.

Sayani Ahmad, 45, claimed trial to abusing the three children under Section 31(1)(a) of the Child Act 2001.  She also claimed trial to operating the nursery without a permit.

Photographs of the children lying on the ground, tied up with pieces of white cloth went viral on social media.

The nursery's supervisor, Nur Azureen Mohamad Nordin, 24, and worker Nurhazirah Mohd Azuki, 25, face three charges each of abetting Sayani in the offence.

They were charged under Section 109 of the Penal Code to be read together with Section 31(1)(a) of the Child Act 2001.

They were charged separately before judge Noridah Adam.

Judge Noridah fixed bail at RM10,000 for all three accused pending mention of the case on Feb 21.


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