Foreign students being victimised

"If these raids are held towards the end of the week, the students would remain in lockups throughout the weekend." - Parmjit Singh

PETALING JAYA: I was a victim of the police, claims a young foreigner studying in Malaysia.

Recounting how he was confronted by six plainclothes police officers while walking home in Kuala Lumpur at night, Ahmat Ali Zen, a 22-year-old from the African nation of Chad, said he was in fear throughout the incident.

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