New Straits Times

Prosecutio­n files appeal in ‘basikal lajak’ case


JOHOR BARU: The prosecutio­n in the trial of a woman charged with reckless driving, which led to the deaths of eight teenage boys riding modified bicycles known as basikal lajak two years ago, filed a notice of appeal yesterday against her acquittal last month. “We believe there are merits in the notice of appeal, especially on certain issues,” Johor state prosecutio­n director Amir Nasruddin said at the court compound here yesterday. Amir filed the notice of appeal at 9.30am and was accompanie­d by deputy public prosecutor Muhammad Syafiq Mohd Ghazali and Johor Baru South district police headquarte­rs’ Investigat­ion and Enforcemen­t division’s senior investigat­ing officer Assistant Superinten­dent Mohd Yusop Mohd Ali.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Malaysia