Putrajaya should not have deported Turkish family, says Amnesty

Shamini Darshni Kaliemuthu says the deported Turkish family is at risk of serious human rights violations or abuses back in their country. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, August 30, 2019.

AMNESTY International Malaysia has chided Putrajaya for deporting six members of a Turkish family, including minors, despite the risks of torture and other ill-treatment in Turkey.

Its executive director Shamini Darshni Kaliemuthu said the family with four young girls now face a real risk over their well-being in Turkey.

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  • They should have laundered money like Zakir Naik. Then they can stay

    Posted 4 years ago by Watch Dog

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    Posted 4 years ago by Mindy Singh