Due recognition should be given to labourers of the Thai-Burma Death Railway, says interest group


PETALING JAYA: It is high time the international community gives due recognition to the Asian forced labourers of the Thai-Burma Death Railway.

Death Railway Interest Group chairman P. Chandrasegar (pic) said the Asian forced labourers were never given due recognition for their contribution in building the railway stretching 415km from Ban Pong in Thailand to Thanbyuzayat in Myanmar.

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