Travel agency manager in court for shooting at KLIA

Petaling Jaya: Hafizul Hawari was brought before the Sessions Court of Sepang for allegedly being involved in a shooting incident at Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

He was taken to court in April as part of proceedings for various charges including the attempted killing of his wife Farah Md. Isa.

Sinar Haarian reported that the 38-year old father of seven, wearing a white T-shirt, was taken to court by a police car at 9.10am, on Tuesday, June 11.

It was the first time the case was mentioned since the 25th of April, when he was arrested.

He pleaded not guilt to two charges at the Sessions Court on April 25. The charges were that he attempted to murder the businesswoman Farah, and injured the bodyguard seriously on the third floor of KLIA on April 14 at 1.09am.

The charges were filed under Sections 307 & 326 of Penal Code.

Hafizul also faced seven charges on April 24 at the Kota Baru Sessions Court. These included possession of a firearm, ammunition and firecrackers; three MyKad belonging different individuals; and driving a vehicle bearing a false registration number near to a private clinic in the district around 2pm, April 15.

The bail was not granted for the charge of having a gun, ammunition and firecrackers, but he received bail in the amount of RM20,000 for all the other charges.

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