Ex-arbitration chief seeks RM10 million in reparation from former AG, govt


Former arbitration chief N. Sundra Rajoo is seeking RM10 million and a written apology from former attorney-general Tommy Thomas, a host of anti-graft officials and the government of Malaysia for false imprisonment and malicious prosecution. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, September 9, 2021.

FORMER Asian International Arbitration Centre (AIAC) chief N. Sundra Rajoo is seeking RM10 million and a written apology from former attorney-general Tommy Thomas, anti-graft officials and the government of Malaysia for false imprisonment and malicious prosecution.

If both these demands are not met or if a reasonable counter offer is not made, he will begin civil action, his lawyers cautioned in a letter of demand sighted by The Malaysian Insight.


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  • If Najis while being the finance minister was creative in his accounting works here we have a lawyer who is equally creative in his legal mind. If some quarters are saying we ought to remove some of Malaysias medieval law then we need to include this AIAC clause as well as its been compromised.

    Posted 3 months ago by Teruna Kelana