Ipoh Magistrates’ Court sets November 26 for mention of murder case involving security guard


IPOH: The district court here set November 26 for the mention of a case involving a homestay guest accused of murdering a 64-year-old security guard in a condominium here.

Magistrate Noor Azreen Liana Mohd Darus set the date pending a medical report on the victim.

During the proceedings on Monday, October 18, lawyer Mr. Kulasegaran – who is acting on the victim’s family case – asked the court why the accused, Ahmad Noor Azhar Muhammad, was not present in court. .

Deputy prosecutor Sufi Aiman ​​Azmi, when questioned by the magistrate, said the accused was in quarantine at Taiping Prison.

The 33-year-old businessman allegedly assaulted the guard last December and was charged with his murder on September 9 after the guard died at his home on August 27.

The accused was represented by lawyer Ariff Azami Hussein.

According to the indictment, Ahmad Noor murdered security guard S. Thava Sagayam on December 29 of last year between 8 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. on the 7th floor of Menara Majestic on Jalan CM Yusoff here.

Ahmad Noor was originally charged under section 355 of the Penal Code with willfully causing grievous bodily harm upon sudden and severe provocation, but the charge was revised to murder under section 302 of the same law. after Thava’s death.


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