Odour in the court, as toilets stink, judges and staff have to become janitors


KUALA LUMPUR: Judges here have been cleaning their own toilets for several weeks now, as the janitors have gone on strike after not being paid by the contractor.

Chief Justice Tan Sri Richard Malanjum, who inherited this problem, is now organising a gotong royong (mass volunteering) session on Sunday (July 29) requesting all court staff and judges to be present for a good clean-up of the complex.

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