At Perak Crisis site, PKR confronts its bitter history

Koh Jun Lin

4 Apr 2018, 1:52 pagi

Updated 2 years ago


GE14 | Behrang, a small town located along the Bernam River that divides Perak and Selangor, has never been known for much apart from its rubber and oil palm plantations.

But in 2009, the town that had just 18,000 voters found itself under the national spotlight, and for all the wrong reasons.

The state assemblyperson that the people of Behrang had elected less than a year prior, PKR's Jamaluddin Mohd Radzi, had gone missing...