Single mother Loh's application to reverse children's unilateral conversion to be heard on May 17

Loh Siew Hong. -Screengrab from Facebook

KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court has set May 17 to hear an application for leave for judicial review by single mother Loh Siew Hong (pic) to challenge her ex-husband's action in registering their three children as Muslim converts without her consent.

Loh’s lawyer, A. Srimurugan, when contacted by reporters, said the application would be heard via online proceeding before Judge Datuk Wan Ahmad Farid Wan Salleh.

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