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The Bus Driver Arrested in Connection with the Little India Riots will not be charged




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According to a statement released by The Attorney General’s Chambers this afternoon (Tuesday, 11 February), the bus driver will not be charged as no offence was committed.

The AGC said that it had completed it review of the investigation papers relating to Lee Kim Huat @ Lim Hai Tiong, the driver of the bus, which was submitted by the Traffic Police submitted in January. Evidence studied included all video footage of the incident, an independent expert report commissioned for the investigations, written statements of all witnesses, field visits to the scene of the incident by investigators, prosecutors and forensic experts, and autopsy and toxicology reports and other medical evidence.

For more information, please visit the Attorney-General Chamber’s website at https://app.agc.gov.sg/

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