Gan Ai Ling’s car vandalised

Guang Ming Daily headlined a motorcycle rider vandalized the vehicle of Perlis assemblywoman Gan Ai Ling (PH-Indera Kayangan). The perpretator had smashed Gan’s car windscreen with a brick last night. She witnessed the suspect fleeing the scene, from her home.

The police confirmed that five individuals including KK Group’s founder and chairman Datuk Seri Dr KK Chai would be charged over the socks with Allah word controversy, China Press led.

Nanyang Daily headlined that 83 individuals , were arrested for facilitating online gambling under the guise of a technology company. Of this number, 61 locals was charged at the Shah Alam magistrate’s court to face charges of violating laws against public gambling.

Kwong Wah Daily headlined Department of Environment (DoE) in Kedah will take action against individuals who openly burn rubbish. Offenders could be fined up to RM2000 per offence.

If they are found guilty in court, offenders could face fines up to RM500,000 or imprisonment for up to 5 years, or both.

Sin Chew Daily headlined Sarawak and Sabah state governments expressed concerns over the security and privacy of personal data in PADU. They urged the federal government to reassess the system.


In supporting Higher Education Minister Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abdul Kadir’s proposal to implement a minimum wage for college graduates, Sin Chew Daily supported the move but cautioned the government to tread the path carefully to meet the industry and students expectations.

The Nanyang Daily highlighted the intricate ramifications of boycotting, stressing that while it may appear straightforward, its consequences can be far-reaching and potentially impede the country’s economic development.

For instance, if KK Mart were to close down as a result of a boycott, it would adversely affect its predominantly Malay workforce.

In such a scenario, the employees would bear the brunt of the hardship, while the individuals who initiated the boycott are unlikely to offer assistance.