Multimedia University releases statement on dog cruelty
A video was circulated online showing two foreign students believed to be students of Multimedia University (MMU), throwing a puppy into a manhole in Cyberjaya. Malaysian Animal Welfare Society (MAWS) president Shenaaz Khan has lodged a police report and several animal rights groups have urged the public to do the same, including Malaysian Dogs Deserve Better group.
Just yesterday a protest group of 20 gathered at the compound area of MMU to protest against the students who were involved in the animal abuse and to call for action by the police and university personnels. Headed by an adviser Sharul Nizam Rahim, the group handed over a memorandum to MMU's personnel calling for a thorough investigation.
In a press statement released by MMU (shown above), MMU are also strongly condemning the act, which showed a disturbing lack of empathy and compassion on the part of the perpetrators. The university views the act as heinous and despicable, thoroughly unsuited for anyone claiming to be civilised.
Well written by the MMU Comm team, but suggesting to remove these students out from Malaysis since they are too cruel even to the animals , how about to human been? Consider.....
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