KUANTAN: The Magistrate's Court here today sentenced a garbage collector who pleaded guilty to stealing a motorcycle to pay for his wife's surgery to a year's jail. Magistrate Nor Azizah Aling, when handing down the sentence on Raja Saddam Shah Raja Hamkar, 27, said stealing was an offence no matter for what reason. "In life, we have to realise that not everything is easy, there'll be hitches and obstacles along the way.... (Date:11/10/2018 01:17) Read full article >>

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