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MCA sec-gen: Allow authorities to investigate Low Yat melee

PETALING JAYA: The authorities should be allowed to investigate the Low Yat Plaza melee without the influence of racial elements, says MCA secretary-general Datuk Seri Ong Ka Chuan.


Low Yat brawl: Four retailers arrested for rioting

PETALING JAYA: Four handphone salesmen have been arrested by police in connection to the riot that broke out at Low Yat Plaza Sunday, with 30 others brought in to assist in investigations.


Low Yat up and running as usual

KUALA LUMPUR: Low Yat Plaza is back to its bustling and vibrant self with all its retailers opening for business.


MCA: Investigate Low Yat Plaza fracas fairly

KUALA LUMPUR: MCA wants fair investigations into those rounded up Tuesday over the riot at Low Yat Plaza Sunday night.


Low Yat brawl: MCMC to investigate auxiliary cop over alleged racist tweet

KUALA LUMPUR: An auxiliary policeman who allegedly tweeted a racial slur in response to a posting on the Low Yat brawl will be investigated by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC).


Low Yat sees little impact from real property gains tax hike

PETALING JAYA: The Low Yat Group, which is developing the 1,081ha Bandar Tasik Puteri (BTP) township, believes the real property gains tax increase and the removal of the developer interest-bearing scheme will not have much impact on the company due to its product pricing.


Situation calm at Low Yat Plaza as police keep watchful eye

KUALA LUMPUR: It is business as usual at Low Yat Plaza on Saturday, as both local and foreign shoppers patronised the shopping mall under the watchful eyes of an increased number of police personnel there.


Low Yat traders ready to cooperate with authorities

KUALA LUMPUR: It is normal for traders at Low Yat Plaza to see an increase in sales in the days leading up to the Hari Raya celebrations. However, the brawl at the plaza over the weekend has cast a shadow on businesses.


Cops: Politicians should have done more to ease Low Yat Plaza tensions

KUALA LUMPUR: Bukit Aman has criticised politicians that did nothing to alleviate racial tensions during the Low Yat Plaza brawl through their social media postings.


IGP: Don't turn Low Yat Plaza melee into a racial issue

PETALING JAYA: The fight that happened in Low Yat Plaza Saturday was merely that of two fighting parties and had nothing to do with race, says Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar.