Give our cows back, Sg Siput farmers tell authorities


A GROUP of cattle farmers in Sungai Siput staged a protest, demanding the release of their cows reportedly captured by the Kuala Kangsar Municipal Council, reported by Makkal Osai.

According to some farmers who spoke to Malaysia Nanban, the cows were rounded up by the council while grazing on land owned by a plantation company in Kamuning.

The predominantly Indian farmers expressed frustration, alleging that the council seemed to be prioritising the interests of the large corporation that owns the plantations over assisting small cattle farmers.

The farmers urged the council to release their cows and hold dialogues with them to resolve the matter.

> New Delhi has been shocked by a brutal attack on a young woman for allegedly making fun of a young man recently, Malaysia Nanban reported.

In response to her taunts, Aman, a 22-year-old cook, grabbed a knife from a nearby vegetable vendor’s cart and stabbed the woman four or five times, witnesses said.

A passer-by apprehended the attacker while others helped rush the victim to hospital, where she is in critical condition.

The above articles are compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with a >, it denotes a separate news item.