2 years on, Adib’s family still waiting for justice


Zaim Ibrahim

Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim’s family are still waiting for authorities to act against those responsible for his death from injuries sustained in a temple riot two years ago. – Facebook pic, December 1, 2020.

MUHAMMAD Adib Mohd Kassim’s family are still waiting for authorities to act against those responsible for the young firefighter’s death from injuries sustained in a temple riot two years ago. 

They are disappointed with the way police are handling investigations, saying they have not been updated on any new developments.


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  • It's quite clear that Adib was not assaulted but was run over by the Bomba's own vehicle.
    Everything else, including the inept Coroner's verdict was a show to distract from the fact that peaceful devotees in the nearby Seafield temple had been attacked by more than 50 armed Malay thugs just the day before.
    No action has been taken against these thugs.
    Why not?

    Posted 1 year ago by Arul Inthirarajah

  • Its clear that Adibs family will not get what they want as no one assaulted Adib. The family has unknowing become become a scapegoat used by racists and religious bigots within and outside the judiciary to incite hatred among our multi racial community.

    Posted 1 year ago by Rupert Lum