Immigration officers allegedly assaulted by Chinese nationals at KLIA

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  • Monday, 02 Sep 2019

PUTRAJAYA: Two Immigration Department officers were allegedly assaulted by two male Chinese nationals at the KL International Airport (KLIA) during a scuffle.

The two men, along with another female Chinese national, had been issued the Not To Land (NTL) order and were being held at KLIA's holding area for foreign visitors around 12.30am on Saturday (Aug 31).

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