Batu Caves temple board told to come clean on land deal

Koh Jun Lin

2 6月 2018, 7:14 早上

Updated 3 years ago


The Agamam Ani Hindu Association has urged the board of the Sri Maha Mariamman Temple in Batu Caves to explain a slew of alleged discrepancies in a 2014 deal involving a plot of land in Kuala Lumpur.

“We want the Batu Caves management to immediately come clean. Agamam Ani is going to give 48 hours (from yesterday) before this request goes directly to the 73 members the board to come clean.

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