PM promises justice for security guard murdered in viral video

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismai lSabri Yaakob has promised that justice would be delivered in the murder of security guard S. Thava Sagayam, who was killed while on duty.

He said that no one was above the law and expressed gratitude to DAP MP M. Kulasegaran for helping the late Thava’s widow with her financial needs.

“I am shocked and disgusted by this event, which has taken place. Nobody is exempt from the rule of law. Justice must and will be allowed to run its course. “Thank you, YB, for your concern,” Ismail Sabri wrote on Twitter.

Earlier, E. Philomena, 59, expressed her appreciation after collecting a total of RM14,737 and a lifetime pension from the Social Security Organization (Socso) for her husband’s death in December from head injuries sustained after an attack while on duty as a security guard.

Thava, who worked as a condominium security guard in this building, was allegedly assaulted by a guest after denying his assailant access to the condo swimming pool in December.

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