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Police in Malaysia have arrested the suspect behind the killing of former Arab Malaysian bank founder Hussain Ahmad Najadi in Taiping.
MALAYSIA: Police in Malaysia have arrested the suspect behind the killing of former Arab Malaysian bank founder Hussain Ahmad Najadi.
Kong Swee Kuan, 44, nicknamed "Sei Ngan Chai" was picked up in Taiping, a sleepy town some 260km north of Kuala Lumpur at midnight.
He was produced in court Monday and remanded for seven days to facilitate police investigation.
Najadi was gunned down in broad daylight at an open parking lot in downtown Kuala Lumpur in July.
The shooting triggered a public outcry over gun crimes in Malaysia, which prompted the Malaysian police to wage an all-out war against triads and gang members who were blamed for rising crimes in cities.
The nationwide campaign has so far nabbed thousands of suspects.