Justice will prevail for KK Mart

KK Mart Group defence counsel Datuk Rajpal Singh is confident that his clients, Datuk KK Chai and KK Mart Group would prevail as they face charges of hurting the sentiments of the society. This is over the socks with Allah word controversy, headlined China Press.

Both Guang Ming Daily and Sin Chew Daily led with KK Chai, his wife, Datin Seri Loh Siew Mui and directors of the socks supplier company Xin Jian Chang Sdn Bhd being charged in court. All have pleaded not guilty and was granted bail at RM10,000 pending trial.

Kwong Wah Daily headlined that a KK Mart convenience store was targeted with a petrol bomb in Bidor yesterday.

Economy Minister Rafizi Ramli’s assurance that PADU meets the global security standard is the headlines in Nanyang Daily. He also confirmed that all personal data are encrypted.


Politicians, online keyboard warriors, and political extremists must exercise restraint, and refrain from threatening law-abiding businesses or disrupting normal lives with malicious language, said Sin Chew Daily.

It also said that Home Minister Datuk Seri Saifuddin Nasution Ismail have reminded against resolving issues using vigilante justice.

Nanyang Daily strongly believes that the charges against the companies named in the socks with Allah word controversy is a result of political manipulation.

The daily stated that justice can be given to them by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. It also questioned whether this move would be welcomed by Umno.

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