Ipoh High Court suggests cement company, cave temple settle eviction out of court


IPOH: The Ipoh High Court has suggested for a cement company trying to evict the occupants of the Dhamma Sakyamuni Caves Monastery in Gunung Kanthan, near Chemor, to settle the matter out of court.

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