Malaysia: Cleaning firm owners claim trial in Melaka to trafficking 35 foreign women for labour exploitation

Three sisters and the husband of one of them pleaded not guilty in the Sessions Court here today to trafficking 35 foreign women for the purpose of labour exploitation.

Ee Hwei Ping, 38 and her two younger sisters Ee Hwei Ting, 34, and Ee Hwei Shan, 33, who were charged with 35 counts of the offence, made the plea before Judge Norma Ismail after the charges against them were read out by a court interpreter.

The three siblings, who owned a cleaning services agency, with common intention allegedly trafficked 32 Indonesian women and three Cambodian women, aged between 18 and 40 years, at five houses around Melaka on November 12.

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