Ku Li scraps Tuesday's press conference

UPDATED 12.20AM | Ku Li scraps Tuesday's press conference

14/6/2021 7:30:00 PM

UPDATED 12.20AM | Ku Li scraps Tuesday's press conference

UPDATED 12.20AM | Health DG reportedly said Ku Li would need a police permit for the event.

His office stated that this is due to “several unavoidable reasons” and any further developments would be informed. Read more: malaysiakini.com »

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This is why we dont need old people...u can just do it on Zoom, Meets or Team...easy, free and faster Tak de orang nak Tahu pun. Too tired of this same old faces. Online? Secara maya?

Ku Li needs police permit for tomorrow's press conference - reportThis is as no gatherings are allowed during lockdown even with limited attendees, says Health DG. Just abolish DAP,all will be ok, Looks like DGHisham too now politicking. Online broadcast to the public has much better reach nowadays.

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