Zunar sues police and Govt for seizing books


KUALA LUMPUR: Political cartoonist Zunar is suing the police for seizing his books and T-shirts during a fundraising event with his fans.

The suit, filed at the Kuala Lumpur High Court registry, named DSP M. Gunalan, Insp Mohamad Ridzuan Samsudin, 16 policemen (only identified by their badge numbers), the Inspector-General of Police and the Government as defendants.

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