Lawyer wins case over parking summons


GEORGE TOWN: A former PKR assemblyman who refused to pay a parking summons issued by the Penang Island City Council (MBPP) has won his case in court but there is no reason for other motorists to celebrate.

The council said the case did not apply to others who had been issued summonses for a similar offence as each case had it “own facts and merits”.

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