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Tajuddin fined RM1,500 for violating SOP

The dethroned Chairman of Prasarana Malaysia Berhad (Prasarana), Datuk Seri Tajuddin Abdul Rahman has been issued a RM1,500 compound for not wearing face mask during a news conference on the Light Rail Transit (LRT) train accident recently.

Keluarga saya dalam kegelapan, tak tahu masa depan kami – Joyce

Prasarana Malaysia Bhd diberikan tempoh tujuh hari untuk menjawab surat tuntutan yang dikemukakan oleh keluarga salah seorang mangsa kemalangan LRT baru-baru ini, Wong Chee Foong.

MGNews: Isteri Mangsa Insiden LRT Tuntut RM1.8 Juta Dari Prasarana

Prasarana Malaysia Bhd diberikan tempoh tujuh hari, sehingga Isnin depan untuk menjawab Surat Tuntutan yang dikemukakan oleh keluarga salah seorang mangsa kemalangan LRT baru-baru...

Family of LRT crash victim demands RM1.8 million from Prasarana

The family members of Wong Chee Foong, one of the victim involved in the LRT crash has sent a Legal Notice of Demand to Prasarana Malaysia Berhad (Prasarana), demanding RM1.8 million in compensation to the victim.

Tiga mangsa kritikal kemalangan LRT tunjuk perkembangan baik – Ka Siong

Dalam masa sama, Ka Siong turut berkomunikasi dengan keluarga ketiga-tiga mangsa itu dan mendoakan kesemuanya pulih sepenuhnya.

LRT crash: MOT cannot avoid from being sued – Ka Siong

The Ministry of Transport (MOT) cannot avoid from being sued by any victim of the Light Rail Transit (LRT) crash that took place on 24 May.

Tajuddin goes to work at UMNO office as usual this morning

The dethroned former Chairman of Prasarana Malaysia Berhad (Prasarana), Datuk Seri Tajuddin Abdul Rahman denied that he was arrested by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC)

Tajuddin ditahan SPRM

Tajuddin ditahan ekoran tuduhan dua kes salah guna kuasa.

MGNews: Tajuddin Keluar Senyap-senyap Elak Disoal Media

Bekas Pengerusi Prasarana Malaysia Berhad (Prasarana), Datuk Seri Tajuddin Abdul Rahman hari ini diambil keterangan di Ibu Pejabat Polis Daerah (IPD) Dang Wangi, petang...

This is how the LRTs involved in the crash look like

The two Light Rail Transit (LRT) trains involved in the tunnel accident between the Kampung Baru LRT Station and KLCC LRT Station have been towed to the Subang Rapid Rail Complex early this morning.