KUALA LUMPUR — A Singaporean man has filed a lawsuit against Malaysia’s Immigration Department, seeking RM2.67 million (S$875,050) in compensation for his 37-day detention in an over-crowded cell. Read more at https://www.todayonline.com/world/singapore-man-sues-malaysias-immigration-dept-rm267m-over-inhuman-detention
KUALA LUMPUR, June 12 — A Singaporean man has filed a lawsuit against Malaysia’s Immigration Department, seeking RM2.67 million in compensation for his 37-day detention in an over-crowded cell.
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 14 — A Singaporean man who was detained by the Immigration Department early last month has been released on a short-term special pass.
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 8 — The Kuala Lumpur High Court today allowed a Singaporean activist, Gilbert Louis, to challenge his detention by the Malaysian Immigration Department.
On October 9 2018, the Malaysian Immigration Department detained Gilbert Louis, a Singaporean National, at his home in Johor Bahru.
On 26 March last year, a local man named Wong Chun Khuen pleaded guilty to the Sessions Court in Johor for a charge relating to illegal immigrants.
The habeas corpus application for a Singaporean detained by the Immigration Department was withdrawn today following his release from prison.
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 27 — A Yemen citizen has launched a lawsuit to claim RM2.61 million in compensation from the Malaysian government, police, immigration and prison authorities for what he claimed as unlawful arrest and torture here in 2017.
A SINGAPOREAN is suing the Malaysian Immigration Department after being held for 37 days in Johor and seeking RM2.67 million in damages for the ordeal, reports The Malay Mail.
A Singaporean has sued Malaysia’s Immigration Department, seeking RM2.67 million in compensation over what he claimed as unlawful arrest and inhuman treatment in his 37-day detention in October 2018, reported Malay Mail.