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March 29, 2024 National
PETALING JAYA: Inspector-General of Police Razarudin Husain has issued a stern warning against any further exacerbation of the issue concerning the sale of socks bearing the word “Allah”.
March 27, 2024 National
Kuala Lumpur: Bukit Aman Criminal Investigation Department director Datuk Seri Mohd Shuhaily Mohd Zain today said a total of 10 police reports have been filed in relation to the sale of controversial socks at KK Mart.
March 27, 2024 National
PETALING JAYA: The Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Ibrahim has urged all parties to stop taking advantage of the controversy involving the sale of socks bearing the word “Allah”.
March 27, 2024 National
PETALING JAYA: Police have arrested the owner of a car workshop on Tuesday for allegedly making death threats against Umno Youth chief Dr Akmal Saleh.
March 26, 2024 National
PETALING JAYA: A petrol bomb was reportedly thrown at a KK Mart convenience store in Bidor, Perak, this morning.
March 26, 2024 National
SHAH ALAM: The founder and group executive chairman of KK Group that owns the KK Mart convenience store chain, and his wife, were charged at the Shah Alam Sessions Court today, over the sale of socks with the word ‘Allah’ printed on them at one of KK Mart’s outlets in Selangor.
March 25, 2024 National
PETALING JAYA: Five directors of convenience store chain KK Mart and its supplier, Xin Jian Chang Sdn Bhd, will be charged tomorrow over the sale of socks bearing the word “Allah”.
March 25, 2024 Sabah
PETALING JAYA: Tuaran MP Wilfred Madius Tangau has lambasted Dr Akmal Saleh’s disproportionate reaction to the “Allah” socks controversy and mockingly called on the Umno Youth chief to demand an apology from China over the matter.
March 22, 2024 National
Kuala Lumpur: Police have completed their investigations into the sale of socks bearing the word “Allah” involving KK Mart and its supplier Xin Jian Chang Sdn Bhd.
March 21, 2024 National
PETALING JAYA: The vendor that supplied convenience store chain KK Mart with socks bearing the word “Allah” maintains that its business licence is still valid despite an earlier statement by the Batu Pahat Municipal Council (MPBP) that it had been revoked.
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