Nhaveen’s murder case postponed

GEORGE TOWN: The case of four teenagers charged with the murder of T. Nhaveen has been postponed to January next year.

Lawyer Datuk Baljit Singh, who is holding a watching brief for Nhaveen’s family, said the case will be heard from Jan 21 to 24 at the High Court.

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