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Police advisory on NKF suit


Police Advisory On NKF Suit

Police are concerned about recent public reaction following the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) suit. We have attended to a report of vandalism at the NKF compound.
We have also been alerted that there could be an intention to organise a group demonstration.
While Police appreciate the sentiments of the public in the on-going issue, Police advise individuals and groups against taking the law into their own hands.
We would like to remind the public that in the absence of a permit, it is an offence to organise any assembly or procession of five or more persons on any public road, public place or place of public resort to demonstrate support for, or opposition to, the views or actions of any person, or to publicise a cause or campaign.
Police will not hesitate to act to uphold the law and maintain the peace.
4 July 2005 @ 7.30 pm

Source: Media Release 14 Jul 2005

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Vandalism At NKF Building, Kim Keat Road

On 13 Jul 2005 at 5.20am , Police received a call from the building manager of the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) Headquarters located at No 81 Kim Keat Road. She reported that the external perimeter walls facing Kim Keat Road have been sprayed with writings. The graffiti, which were in red spray paint, were in English and Mandarin.
The case has been classified as vandalism and investigations are ongoing.
Members of the public who have information on this case are requested to contact the Police Hotline at 1800-2550000.
3 July 2005 @ 8.30 pm
Source: Media Release 13 Jul 2005


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