Stop the blame game

To be fair, the Indonesian embassy is active on its Facebook page holding live sessions with the ambassador giving advice to Indonesian workers in Malaysia. — The Star

AN INDONESIAN cleaner was recently rescued by the police after nearby residents heard shouts for help from a flat unit in Kajang. She was found chained in the bathroom and police believed she was imprisoned by a local couple.

“The victim was chained in the bathroom by the couple because they suspected her of stealing jewellery,” Selangor police chief Datuk Hussein Omar Khan was quoted in the media.

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