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‘I must have done something right’, Kurup says after sued by Ibrahim Ali

‘I must have done something right’, Kurup says after sued by Ibrahim Ali

January 28, 2015

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 28 — Unperturbed by Datuk Ibrahim Ali’s defamation suit against him, unity minister Tan Sri Joseph Kurup said today that he must have done “something right” to have ruffled the feathers of the controversial Malay rights leader. In a statement here, Kurup said he is prepared to face his foe in court to “defend Malaysia’s unity”. “I must have done something right for Ibrahim Ali to sue me. I will do whatever is necessary to defend Malaysia’s unity and prepared to... Read more

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