1. Sabah Water chief turns up for work despite court ruling  The Star Online
  2. High Court declares Amarjit's appointment unlawful  The Borneo Post
  3. Sabah water chief to stay in post for now despite court ruling  Free Malaysia Today
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KOTA KINABALU: Despite a High Court ruling that the appointment of the Sabah Water Department director contravened the law, Datuk Amarjit Singh turned up for work as usual here on Thursday (Oct 10).KOTA KINABALU: Despite a High Court ruling that the appointment of the Sabah Water Department director contravened the law, Datuk Amarjit Singh turned up for work as usual here on Thursday (Oct 10).

Sabah Water chief turns up for work despite court ruling | The Star Online

KOTA KINABALU: Former Sabah chief minister Datuk Yong Teck Lee, and a businessman were successful in their suit to get a declaration from the High Court here that the appointment of current director of Sabah Water Department, Datuk Amarjit Singh, had contravened Section 3 of the Sabah Water Supply Enactment 2003, on the grounds thatRead More

High Court declares Amarjit’s appointment unlawful | Borneo Post Online

Amarjit Singh says Chief Minister Shafie Apdal and the state Cabinet had asked him to continue doing his job.Amarjit Singh says Chief Minister Shafie Apdal and the state Cabinet had asked him to continue doing his job.

Sabah water chief to stay in post for now despite court ruling | Free Malaysia Today

FORMER Chief Minister Datuk Yong Teck Lee urged Datuk Amarjit Singh to step down as Sabah Water Department Director following Wednesday’s court judgement declaring his appointment illegalFORMER Chief Minister Datuk Yong Teck Lee urged Datuk Amarjit Singh to step down as Sabah Water Department Director following Wednesday’s court judgement declaring his appointment illegal

State Govt must respect the rule of law: Yong | Daily Express Online - Sabah's Leading News Portal