Sports commissioner to lodge report today


Hoping for the best: Khairy speaking to Loo (white shirt) and Ang’s brother, Arthur (left) outside the Sungai Buloh Hospital intensive care unit.

SUNGAI BULOH: The Sports Commissioner’s Office will lodge a police report against the organiser of the Klang City International Marathon today for failing to obtain proper licences to hold the event, said Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin.

So far, only one police report has been lodged after three participants were hit by a car during the marathon on Sunday.

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