Sacking only? Ramkarpal tells BFM to lodge report over harrassment, rape

PETALING JAYA: Radio station BFM 89.9 which has sacked two of its employees following an internal investigation into allegations of sexual harassment and rape must lodge a police report on the matter, says DAP MP for Bukit Gelugor, Ramkarpal Singh.

"The termination of these employees over the said rape and sexual harassment allegations indicates that there is possibly some truth to the allegations which would certainly expose the culprits to criminal liability," he said.

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