Illuminating insights from KKB by-election


NESTLED amid the breathtaking verdant greenery of Selangor, Kuala Kubu Baharu – better known as KKB – stands as a testament to Malaysia's rich tapestry of history and nature.

Known for its lush landscapes that paint every view in vibrant hues of green, this charming town also boasts an illustrious past as a British colonial outpost, famously captured in the writings of renowned Malaysian author Rehman Rashid.

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Ivanpal Singh Grewal

Ivanpal Singh Grewal

Ivanpal Singh Grewal is an Advocate & Solicitor. He was formerly Political Secretary to the Minister of Plantation Industries & Commodities.

   

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