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At last, a Muslim files court summons on LKY's remark



Man files court papers alleging discrimination

The Attorney-General's Chambers (AGC) said yesterday it has received court papers from a man alleging discriminatory policies against Muslims and Malays here.

The summons was filed by lawyer M Ravi on behalf of Mr Mohammed Alias Abdullah, 38.

It came a day after Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong laid out on Sunday the Government's position on the state of integration between Muslims and other communities here.

Mr Lee had said Muslims here have done a great deal to strengthen harmony and social integration in the country and that his perspectives of the community differed from those expressed by Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew in the book "Hard truths to keep Singapore going".

Notwithstanding the Government's stance, Mr Mohammed, who is a paralegal in Mr Ravi's firm, named the AGC - the Government's lawyer in civil matters - and the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (Muis) as respondents in his summons.

Mr Mohammed told reporters on Monday that he acted after reading an excerpt from the book and cited the Maintenance of Religious Harmony Act.

When contacted, an AGC spokesperson said: "The matter is receiving attention."

Mr Ravi, who had represented British author Alan Shadrake in a high profile contempt of court case, had also attempted legal action against the Government - which was subsequently thrown out by the High Court - over police guidelines for last month's Thaipusam festival. LEONG WEE KEAT

syed putra

looks more like ravi picking a fight with garmen and defending the malays. malays just can't be bothered to quarrel and make noise.


he probably thinks that somebody needs to stand up for the rest are still sitting down ..


Old Fart
This Ravi guy is like a rebel. Every case that goes against the garment, you see his name.

Not so. He sees himself more as a human rights lawyer. Just that thus far, the gahmen is the only one he sees trampling on human rights. So his crosshairs are fixed on them.