Tenaganita says Malaysians cannot keep quiet any longer and let foreign workers continue to suffer.
Calling it a norm now in Malaysia, Indian national and MBA holder says he never expected to do hard labour here.
The former finance minister says Malaysians are questioning why they have to pay GST for a business entity which would make money anyway.
Mahathir says other businesses too are suffering under the economic leadership of Najib Razak and that since he could not find a buyer, The Loaf was closed down.
The Subang Jaya assemblyperson says the management of Splash must take responsibility for its failure to prepare for all contingencies.
Lawyer Americk Sidhu, who is appearing for A Santamil Selvi, says all defendants, with the exception of one, have filed their defence, denying his client's allegations.
Undocumented workers in Malaysia face terrible working conditions, are exploited by their bosses, discriminated against by locals, and preyed upon by policemen, says report in The Guardian.
Zarina Laura Abdullah, 53, ordered to pay all medical costs charged by the Federal Territory Veterinary Services Department for treating the canines.