Migrant rights group wants more compassion from Putrajaya

Diyana Ibrahim

Many Rohingya once lived near Selayang wholesale market in Kuala Lumpur, but Tenaganita says they have now been forced from their homes by the authorities. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, July 12, 2020.

PUTRAJAYA should treat refugees and undocumented migrants more humanely as authorities go after their landlords, said migrant group Tenaganita.

At least 700 Rohingya refugees have lost their dwellings in Kuala Lumpur this week after City Hall issued a notice barring undocumented migrants from renting houses in the city.

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