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Tag: Seafield Sri Maha Mariamman Temple

I saw a group beating someone on the ground, witness tells...

Nasaruddin Abdullah said he saw some people kicking and punching someone on the ground.

Seafield temple task force wants Adib’s inquest suspended

Parties say their appeal against the High Court's decision not to grant them 'interested party' status should be disposed of first.

Coroner, officials to visit temple riots site tomorrow

Visit will enable parties to see what happened to fireman Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim's Emergency Medical Rescue Service vehicle, says lawyer.

Temple group not part of Adib inquest, court rules

However, Coroner Rofiah Mohamad allows Bar Council to join four others, including the deceased’s family, to be made ‘interested parties’ in the inquest.

One City: We respect Malaysian law, want ‘appropriate’ resolution to temple...

One City and parent company Ayala say they did not hire anyone to cause trouble at the Seafield temple and that they are willing to be guided by the authorities in seeking a solution.

Court grants devotees order to stop relocation of Seafield temple for...

The 10 devotees of Sri Maha Mariamman Temple filed the suit earlier this month to set aside a 2014 consent judgement entered by temple administrators and developer, One City.

AG to come down hard on temple troublemakers, willing to discuss...

Tommy Thomas says, given the sensitive nature of the situation, he wants to help resolve the dispute between the developer and temple devotees.

Unity minister condemns violence, calls for calm over temple issue

P Waytha Moorthy says the government will not tolerate mob violence.

Home ministry denies cops were slow to respond to temple scuffle

Deputy Home Minister Azis Jamman says the first patrol car was dispatched as early as 2.50am and the FRU reached the scene around 3am.

Seafield temple issue: Abusive speeches won’t help, says MP

Subang MP R Sivarasa slams task force leaders for allowing others to take over a protest yesterday and make insulting speeches about the state government.