Hunt for man over slashing of 4 family members | The Malaysian Insight

16/4/2022 12:17:00 PM

Hunt for man over slashing of 4 family members

Hunt for man over slashing of 4 family members

Police say the attack occurred during breaking of fast.

× Copy URL Police say four family members were attacked by the suspect with a machete during the breaking of the fast in a house at Kampung Sedili Kecil, Kuala Sedili on Thursday.× Copy URL Malaysian Siamese Foundation chairman Siw Chun Eam says that the granting of unrecorded leave showed that the government was sensitive and close to the people regardless of race, even though the Siamese community was a minority in the country.× Copy URL Sepang police are urging people whose family members have gone missing to lodge a report to assist in the investigation of an unidentified man who was found dead in the district.A CYBERJAYA (April 15): The special cashless transaction scheme, ePermula is aimed at encouraging the culture of cashless transactions among youths besides lightening the financial burden of the Malaysian Family, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.

– The Malaysian Insight file pic, April 16, 2022.POLICE are looking for a man who allegedly slashed four family members with a machete during the breaking of the fast in a house at Kampung Sedili Kecil, Kuala Sedili on Thursday.THE Siamese community described unrecorded leave for civil servants, granted by the government in conjunction with the Songkran festival, as giving more opportunities to its members to strengthen family ties.Kota Tinggi district police chief Hussin Zamora said the suspect, Mohd Adi Hashim, 38, of No.Sepang police chief Wan Kamarul Azran Wan Yusof said police rushed to the location after being alerted of the discovery by an individual at 8.1, 003, Block 12, Felda Air Tawar 3, Kota Tinggi, works at a pineapple plantation.Effective July 2018, access to full reports will only be available with a subscription.Effective July 2018, access to full reports will only be available with a subscription.The process of reviewing the eligibility and claim of credit was open on April 11 and those eligible would receive RM150 in the ewallet of their choice namely BigPay, GrabPay, ShopeePay or Touch ‘n Go eWallet.

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