Almost 800,000 Malaysians on travel blacklist, more than half are PTPTN defaulters


- Bernama

PUTRAJAYA: As many as 790,186 Malaysians have been blacklisted and prevented from leaving the country because of various offences, according to the Immigration Department.

Its director-general Datuk Seri Mustafar Ali (pic) said of the figure, the biggest group was 447,890 National Higher Education Fund loan defaulters.

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