Donations pour in, but so do threats


A DEAF mute couple, who received significant donations after their hardship was reported by the media, has been receiving threats from unknown people, Makkal Osai reported.

The couple in Seremban, who were struggling to make ends meet with five children, have been receiving much-needed help from welfare associations and local political leaders, making their life easier.

However, as the financial aid began to pour in, so did threats via WhatsApp and SMS, the wife Saraswathi told the daily through their daughter Vidhya Ramakrish-nan, who interpreted her sign language.

Saraswathi said the perpetrators were demanding they transfer the money to their bank accounts.

The couple intend to file a police report.

> A woman in Rantau, Negri Sembilan, was able to save her car from being set on fire by an unknown person, the same daily reported.

Sumathi Ganesan, 30, said her brother noticed on Friday that her car seat was suddenly in flames and rushed out of the house.

They saw a man running away from their house porch when the brother tried to chase after him.

The brother’s car window had also been smashed with a brick the night before.

The above articles are compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with a >, it denotes a separate news item.

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