Jakarta, 23 April — Indonesian migrant workers group Migrant Care staged a protest outside the Malaysian Embassy in Jakarta on Friday demanding the Malaysian government be responsible for the alleged shootings of three Indonesian nationals last month accused of committing robbery.
Executive director of Migrant Care Anis Hidayah told the crowd outside the Malaysian Embassy that the group would bring the matter to UN Human Rights Council and other pressure groups like Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch to force the Malaysian government to investigate the case as no measures had been taken by the Malaysian to probe the incident.
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