GUAN ENG GETS DEFAMATION SUIT NOTICE FROM GERAKAN

Chief Minister's Office is surprised as to why the Gerakan is only now suing over claims Lim Guan Eng had allegedly made about the previous Gerakan government selling reclaimed land below market prices.

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