Five activists charged with defying MCO over hospital protest

IPOH: Five activists charged with defying the conditional movement control order (MCO) by gathering at a hospital to protest in support of the rights of government hospital cleaners pleaded not guilty at a Magistrate’s Court here Thursday (June 4).

The five were National Union of Workers in Hospital Support and Allied Services executive secretary M. Sarasvathy, 67; treasurer V. Santhiran, 52; Industrial Relations Officer L. Danaletchumi, 35; and Parti Sosialis Malaysia (PSM) activists P. Jody, 61; and M. Subramane, 60.

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 Ipoh , Protest , Hospital , Cleaners , Covid-19


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