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People come from afar to say goodbye

GEORGE TOWN: Technician R. Rajamony was the first person in the line when the doors were opened at Dewan Sri Pinang at 8.45am.

“It’s my final chance to see him and I do not want to miss it,” said Rajamony, who had taken the midnight bus from Klang Valley with two friends so that they could attend Karpal Singh’s funeral.

Then they hopped onto a taxi and headed to Dewan Sri Pinang, reaching the place at 5am yesterday.

“I used to go to the Kuala Lumpur courts frequently whenever Karpal was there, just to see him in action,” said Rajamony, 53.

Less than five minutes after the public was allowed int…
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