The Plaintiff Who Sued MAHB For RM100 Million For Missing His Flight Has Withdrawn His Claim

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Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB), one of five companies sued for RM100 million last month by a passenger, said that the individual had withdrawn his complaint.

Paul Raj Samy Raj filed a civil complaint on Aug 24 demanding RM100.05 million after being denied boarding an aircraft owing to insufficient travel documentation.

MAHB filed a motion to dismiss the civil claim on September 24. The airport operator stated in a bourse filing on Monday that the plaintiff had since “discontinued the entirety of his civil complaint against the firm in the sum of RM100.05 million without the right to re-file.”

Paul Raj’s civil claim sought RM6,697.25 in special damages, RM100 million in general and punitive damages, and RM40,000 in court and solicitor’s fees with interest.

MAHB stated at the time that the claim lacked validity and that it stood a fair chance of defending and rejecting it.

MAHB’s shares closed today at RM6.95, up 15 sen or 2.21 percent, valuing the business at RM11.53 billion.

Published by Zack Baharum

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