Tok Mat: We had no choice but to turn away boat of Rohingya refugees

SEREMBAN: Malaysia has been left with no other option but to turn away a boat carrying some 200 Rohingya refugees, says Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan (pic).

The country has “far exceeded” its capacity to host refugees, said the Umno deputy president, adding that some parts of Malaysian cities have become “too concentrated with refugees” and resources to take care of their welfare have been depleted.

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