Don't repeat history over orang asli schoolkids deaths


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  • Saturday, 25 Aug 2018

PETALING JAYA: Three years on, grieving families of the seven orang asli children who disappeared from a remote school are again urging the government to build primary schools within their village and other orang asli villages for children’s safety.

Families of the victims have stopped sending their other children to school altogether after the incident occurred in 2015 in Pos Tohoi, Kelantan, as they were still traumatised by the tragedy, which claimed five lives.

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