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Gobind: No need to withdraw conviction, I will fight for Karpal

Gobind: No need to withdraw conviction, I will fight for Karpal

By Shazwan Mustafa Kamal
April 25, 2014

KUALA LUMPUR, April 25 ― Gobind Singh Deo vowed last night to fight tooth and nail to clear Karpal Singh’s name, saying there was no need to ask the Attorney-General to withdraw his late father’s sedition conviction. The Puchong MP said although there were calls to ask the AG to drop the sedition charge following Karpal's passing, he would fight the case “to the very end.” “We don't need favours from the A-G,” Gobind said during Karpal's memorial last night at the Kuala... Read more

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