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Tuesday, April 30, 2019

AS PERLIS MUFTI TRIES TO STIR UP MUSLIM OUTRAGE, ZAKIR NAIK ASSOCIATE TRANSFERRED TO KL LOCKUP FROM KANGAR

KUALA LUMPUR: A freelance Muslim preacher held for allegedly insulting Hinduism has been brought from Kangar to Dang Wangi here for further investigation as hundreds of reports were lodged against him.
Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun said the suspect was transferred here while investigation was in progress.
Mohammad Zamri Vinoth, 34, was picked up by the Perlis Serious Crime Division in Kangar on Sunday after reports were lodged against him.Investigation revealed that he had given a speech containing the alleged insult at As-Siddiqin Mosque in Kampung Pan­chor, Kel­antan, on Dec 30 last year.
The footage of the talk was subsequently uploaded on YouTube by an organisation known as Kelantan Sunnah Info.

“A total of 867 police reports have been lodged as of today. The number of reports may go up,” Mohamad Fuzi told reporters after launching the new Brickfields police headquarters yesterday.
He said the police were in the midst of compiling investigation papers and Bukit Aman was in charge of the probe.
Mohammad Zamri is being investigated under Section 298A of the Penal Code for causing disunity and spurring hatred among the people and Section 233 of the Multimedia and Com­munications Act for misusing network facilities and services.
On the Rome Statute forum held at Universiti Malaya here on Saturday, Mohamad Fuzi said several police reports had been lodged against PKR leader and former academician Prof Dr Syed Husin Ali.
“We have received several reports and are investigating the matter. We will investigate it under the Sedition Act and all other available laws,” said the IGP.
An NGO, Sahabat Erat dan Amanat Rakyat (Sedar), lodged a police report hours after the forum, stating that Dr Syed Husin had uttered words which evoked hatred against the Rulers during the discussion.
Sedar president Nazrin Norani filed the report.
On another matter, Mohamad Fuzi paid a farewell visit to Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad at his office.
In Dr Mahathir’s Facebook post, it said the Prime Minister welcomed a farewell visit by Mohamad Fuzi, whose term of service will officially end this Saturday.
“Thank you and (my) highest appreciation for your services over the years,” the post said.
In a Twitter post, Mohamad Fuzi extended his appreciation to the Prime Minister, adding that he was honoured to have served in the Royal Malaysian Police.
“I am very honoured to be able to serve in @PDRMsia for 35 years and to have led the team for one year and seven months.”
“(I) hope that our relationship will remain strong forever,” he said.
THE STAR

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