Travel agency manager in court for shooting at KLIA

PETALING JAYA: Travel agency manager Hafizul Hawari, who was allegedly involved in a shooting at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), was brought to the Sessions Court in Sepang.

He was brought to court as part of proceedings on various charges, including the attempted murder of his wife, Farah Md Isa, 38, and causing serious injury to a bodyguard in April.

Wearing a T-shirt and white trousers, the 38-year-old father of seven was brought to the court at 9.10am on Tuesday (June 11) in a police vehicle, according to Sinar Harian.

This was the first mention of the case since he was charged here on April 25.

On April 25, he pleaded not guilty to two charges in the Sessions Court of attempting to murder businesswoman Farah and seriously injuring the bodyguard on the third level of KLIA at 1.09am on April 14.

The charges were under Sections 307 and 326 of the Penal Code.

On April 24, Hafizul was also slapped with seven charges in the Kota Baru Sessions Court, among them for possession of a gun, ammunition, and firecrackers, three MyKad belonging to different individuals, and driving a car bearing a fake registration number near a private hospital in the district at 2pm on April 15.

He was denied bail for the charges of possessing the gun, ammunition, and firecrackers but granted bail amounting to RM20,000 for the other four charges.

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