Pakatan’s Fake News

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Really? The officers are from the Kuala Selangor District Council? What is the proof?

    The officers wearing uniforms same colour as the Police? If the Police, then it’s a Federal matter. Strange that there is no explanation.

    Maybe those fellows have been warned not to use the space meant for the public to walk on but didn’t heed any warning.

    Yes, when taking action, they must follow procedures but ultra kiasu traders who only think for themselves but not the convenience of the public occasionally get law enforcement officers take the law under their own hands.

    Moral of the story: don’t be ultra kiasu, think about the public as well.

    • Anonymous says:

      This kind even plant sugar cane and banana trees on public spaces beside the road, bordering the drains. Even in housing areas like Petaling Jaya.

      They cause traffic nuisance. Told by MBPJ to remove them, they merely reduce the trees. The brats.

      If bull-dozed, they angry.

    • Anonymous says:

      Malaysia is on a slippery slope if the nation carries on with its Islamisation agenda, which will not only divide society, but also promote violence, said Marina Mahathir.

      Citing a recent example of a man slapping a Muslim woman for not wearing a headscarf in public, the socio-political activist said Islamisation is not going to be positive or healthy for the nation.

      “What could possibly have given the man the idea that he is entitled to harangue and slap a Muslim woman for not wearing a tudung as happened recently in Penang,” she said at a book launch at the Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall last night.

      The footage of a man slapping a woman for allegedly not wearing a headscarf some two weeks ago went viral on social media.

      • Anonymous says:

        Very rare case, mate.

        Not typical of Muslim attitude at all.

        • Anonymous says:

          Oh Hadi Awang for Pete’s sake grow up. Tun M has been out of office for more than 10 years now, how do you blame him for not realising W2020? And again, this is disingenious way of how Islamic extremists influence others to Islamic teachings. Malay is our national language. it will always be taught in schools. What’s wrong to learn English and for that matter Mandarin, when on the ground, practical people are already doing so? Do you think there is any shame when someone in US learns to speak and write fluent Mandarin, or when a Japanese speaks French or Spanish fluently? No one gives a hoot about mastery of another language as long as it is useful. So what is so wrong to want to “hoist” English training on our young? It is a language of diplomacy, a language of science and most definitely a language of business. Besides, what exactly is a Muslim’s language? In the Middle East, it is Arabic. Are you telling us that your political objective is to turn our national language to Arabic and displace Malay language? What idiocy.

          • Anonymous says:

            Oooooooo, at first I tot the above reply was connected with “man slapping a woman for allegedly not wearing a headscarf”. Not so.

            But agree that Hadi is an idiot for blaming Mahathir for not realising W2020

          • Anonymous says:

            Not even connected with the statement “Not typical of Muslim attitude at all”.

            PAS Hudud Hadi is far from typical.

  2. Fake Helen Ang says:

    Research: Harapan can take Putrajaya in straight fight with BN – Mkini

    With a five-point swing in support, Pakatan Harapan can form the next federal government with 115 seats if it takes on BN in a straight fight in the 14th general election, according to social media research firm Politweet.Org.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Najib wants probe on Felda’s Jln Semarak land to proceed –

    Despite Isa Samad former MB Negri Sembilan was Chairman of FELDA and Chairman of its Investment Committee during the time the RM200+ million land was transferred to a private company?

    He’s breaking ranks with the guy who was reported to have helped him big time in a Port Dickson case many years ago?

    • Anonymous says:

      If the usual “probe” leading to “no wrong doing” even by Isa Samad, no harm to anybody, except wasting rakyat’s probe-time money and anxiety.

      Maybe sudah kira?

    • Suspicion over return of Felda land says:

      Felda chairman Shahrir Samad must reveal what, if anything, was promised to Synergy Promenade Sdn Bhd to secure its agreement to return the agency’s land at Jalan Semarak, Kuala Lumpur, says Persatuan Anak Peneroka Felda Kebangsaan (Anak).

      Anak president Mazlan Aliman, in a joint statement today with Amanah Youth deputy chief Faiz Fadzil, said it was illogical for the company to surrender the land without getting anything beneficial in return.

      “For what reason was the company prepared to take a loss of RM270 million?” they asked.

      The land, comprising 16 titles and estimated to be worth RM270 million, was transferred by Synergy Promenade to its ownership after Felda unit, Felda Investment Corporation (FIC), awarded full power of attorney to the company to develop the property.

      The deal was transacted in 2015 and 2016 when Isa Samad was chairman of both Felda and FIC.

      Mazlan and Faiz asked who Synergy Promenade had paid for the land given Shahrir’s claim that Felda had not received any payment.

      “Individuals or the Felda management should be prosecuted as the land deal appears to be fraudulent,” they said.

      They also questioned Shahrir’s statement clearing Prime Minister Najib Razak of any involvement in the land transfer.

      “The prime minister is the minister responsible for Felda and the disposal of any assets belonging to Felda needs his approval.

      “Sections 3(3)(C) and 3(3)(Ca) of the Land Development Act 1956 require Felda to obtain the approval of the minister responsible to enter into any agreement with a developer,” they said.

      • Anonymous says:

        Get the foreign forensic auditors to address those issues and ensure don’t hide the report under the Official Secrets Act (OSA).

        Don’t repeat the dirty trick like hiding the Auditor General’s report on the 1MDB accounts under the OSA.

  4. Fake Ang Tao Peng says:

    Pakatan Harapan Youth will organise a debate between Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak and Harapan chairperson Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

    Harapan Youth chief Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad said the debate would allow the people to evaluate the policies offered by both BN and Harapan.


    • Anonymous says:

      Please don’t waste your valuable time Pakatan Harapan Youth on this debate. It would never materialise as we clearly know that our PM Najib would never stand up for a debate. He dare not look at Tun Mahathir eye to eye, I suppose. But he can write “rubbish” in his blog. MO1 is getting TV3 8pm buletin to demean Tun M in all ways.

      Once again PDRM may come to save Najib citing security reasons, so no debate will ever take place.

  5. SRJK dropout says:

    nice try!!!! go check who the ADUN at kuala selangor!!!!!


    • Anonymous says:

      Tell you stupid, you angry.

      You fellas are the ones who want readers to believe, you provide the proof lorr.

      Dun ask readers to do your work for u. Wat ta ….

      Btw, why check who ADUN KS?

  6. Electoral Roll Cheating says:

    Stay granted against certification of voters in uncompleted army camp

    Forty-eight voters from the Segamat parliamentary constituency today obtained an interim stay from the High Court in Kuala Lumpur to stop the certification of 949 voters into the electoral roll.

    With Tun Mahathir saying there are 900 names of a female with the same date of birth in the Electoral Rolls, more of the above action should be done.

    Hit the Election Commission for allowing such nonsense. Hit them hard and as often as possible. In the courts and in social media.

    • Electoral Roll Cheating says:

      Dr Mahathir has urged the Election Commission (EC) to reveal the latest electoral register.

      He said there were several issues regarding the register that needed clarification.

      “There were a lot of problems with the previous roll, where voters were listed at addresses that did not exist, incomplete addresses, or addresses of voters who were total strangers to each other but listed as living in one house.

      “There were all kinds of flaws in the previous roll. In order to avoid these flaws from recurring in this coming general election, we hope the EC is able to release the latest roll for us to make comparisons.

      “Previously, the roll was available to political parties, but this time around, the EC is refusing to release it.

      “This is something very unusual. Previously, if we had requested for the latest roll, we could obtain it with a fee,” he told a press conference at the PPBM headquarters today.

      • Calling Bersih 2.0 says:

        Bersih 2.0 should make noise, complain all sorts, as that was what they were set up to do.

        Can we hear from Maria Chin Abdullah and/or her predecessor Ambiga, please.

        • Anonymous says:

          Now Bersih has answered the call – Bersih wants 100k voters to object to S’gor redelineation

          Bravo Marina and group.

    • Anonymous says:

      PKR questions police inaction over phantom voters

      PKR treasurer-general Tan Yee Kew says 1,429 people have been reported for giving false information to the EC and NRD, with a further 3,500 suspects identified.

      PKR today questioned the police’s apparent lack of action over reports that people had given authorities false information regarding their home address in a possible bid to switch polling stations.

      It said it had lodged police reports on the matter between August and November last year, but received no update despite questioning the investigating officer many times.

      In an open letter to Inspector-General of Police Mohamad Fuzi Harun, PKR treasurer-general Tan Yee Kew said 1,429 people were reported to the police for giving false information to the Election Commission (EC) and the National Registration Department (NRD).

      “We have also identified a further 3,500 suspects who also gave false information to JPN and SPR,” she said, referring to the government bodies by their Malay initials.

      She said PKR had conducted a door-to-door investigation on the voters in the electoral roll for Wangsa Maju, which revealed that the people allegedly residing at the addresses did not live there.

      Likewise, the house owners did not know of any such people living there.

      “It is clear from our investigation that false information was given by these people to SPR and JPN, stating that they live there when in actual fact they don’t, and the submission of change of address by these people to SPR and JPN is suspected to be for the purpose of changing polling stations, thereby jeopardising the transparency and integrity of the whole polling system in our country.

      “If the actions of these people are not arrested, then we fear the whole registration and polling system in our country will be compromised …”

      • Anonymous says:

        Last July, Tan said PKR had proof of 1,609 phantom voters that were newly registered or transferred to Wangsa Maju between July and December 2016.

        The phantom voters were reportedly part of a larger number of 4,804 new voters – by registration or transfer – in the area, which could significantly impact the voting in four polling districts, namely Taman Melati, Seksyen 1 Wangsa Maju, Gombak Utara and Wangsa Melati.

        There are a total of 18 polling districts in Wangsa Maju.

        Tan said PKR was disappointed that the crime of giving false information to government bodies such as the EC and NRD was not being fully or efficiently investigated.

        “We are convinced that a serious crime has been committed in this matter unless the police investigation reveals otherwise; and if this statement is only our perception, then we challenge the police to let us know if our perception is wrong.

        “We want justice done in this matter, and the only right thing for the police to do is to hold a complete and thorough investigation into this matter so that there is closure to it.

        “The responsibility of the police in maintaining law and order is of utmost importance to the country, and they must discharge their duty in a fair and just manner, without fear or favour. The rakyat deserve a fair and just general election.”

        • "fair and just general election”? says:

          1. Unjustified re delineation of boundaries of constituencies

          2. Phantom voters e.g 900 names of a person with the same date of birth in the Electoral Roll, said Dr Mahathr

          3. Moving Army voters to constituencies where the Military camp is not yet completed e.g Segamat

          4. Possible repeat of “40,000 Bangla voters”

          Hahaha hohoho hihihi where got “fair and just general election”?

      • Anonymous says:

        The Election Commission has denied receiving any new voter registration applications from army voters, or creating a new locality at an army camp in Paloh, Johor in the Supplementary Electoral Roll (DPT) for the fourth quarter of 2017.

        In a statement today they also refuted allegations that there were new voters comprising army personnel and their spouses being registered at an army camp in Paloh, and had been transferred from the Mahkota Camp in the Sembrong parliamentary constituency.

        But have they allowed the public to purchase copies of the latest Electoral Roll? Tun Mahathir said PH people could not get it. If so, it sounds very strange, dubious and suspicious.

  7. Anonymous says:

    I support the following statement fully:

    Bar: Don’t just blame lawyers, advocacy skills low among judges, DPPs too

    The Malaysian Bar says all parties in the administration of justice, and not just lawyers, have a duty in maintaining standards.

  8. Anonymous says:

    In the US Presidential election, Newspapers and smart researchers predicted Hillary Clinton to win. But the winner was Donald Trump! So, pollsters have been proven wrong! Also , years ago, Dewey was predicted to beat Truman; and a newspaper in New York even had a head- line ” Dewey wins! ” BEFORE the results were in! Truman had the last laugh when he held up that headline after winning the Presidency ! The only votes that count are those of the voters; not pundits, not observers, not researchers, not news media! They are all guesses! ANY fool can guess! Any fool can speculate. But, voters are not speculators; they are the kingmakers. You cannot bluff them! 1MDB, GST and FELDA are big, big issues! Cost of living, high prices of houses ARE REAL ISSUES! Tell them that houses are affordable! Tell them that costs of vegetables and meats are low! True or false ? You cannot bluff voters !

  9. Anonymous says:

    What Fake News?
    This blog publishes fake news to discredit DAP.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Let’s discuss the following, shall we? It’s been raised in the media for over a week already:

    Ismail Mina Ahmad, the chairman of Ummah, an umbrella group for Muslim organisations, was reported as saying at a forum on Jan 13 that only Malays had resisted the British colonialists and the Japanese occupiers.

    He claimed that as only the Malays fought the communists, the community became a target of the predominantly-Chinese insurgency that lasted 40 years.

    He was also reported to have said that outspoken minorities posed a danger to the position of Islam in the country and Malay political rule, aiming to usurp power and even wanting to be prime minister.

    Do state your views. With decorum and decency, please.

    • Anonymous says:

      The Malaysian Armed Forces (ATM) wants to see more recruits comprising various races in the force.

      Armed Forces chief Raja Mohamed Affandi Raja Mohamed Noor says, “The involvement of other races in the ATM is so we can share the responsibility of defending the sovereignty of the nation.”

    • Anonymous says:

      A former C.I.A officer, Jerry Chun Shing Lee, 53, was arrested on suspicion of helping China dismantle United States’ spying operations and identifying informants, the Justice Department said on Tuesday.

      The arrest of the former officer, capped an intense F.B.I. inquiry that began around 2012, two years after the C.I.A. began losing its informants in China. Investigators confronted an enduring mystery: How did the names of so many C.I.A. sources, among the agency’s most dearly held secrets, end up in Chinese hands?

      Loyalty to the “motherland”?

      • Loyalty to the "motherland"? says:

        He was arrested last night on charges of unlawful retention of national defense information.

        FBI agents conducted court-authorized searches of Lee’s room and luggage, and found that Lee was in unauthorized possession of materials relating to the national defense.

        Specifically, agents found two small books containing handwritten notes that contained classified information, including but not limited to, true names and phone numbers of assets and covert CIA employees, operational notes from asset meetings, operational meeting locations and locations of covert facilities.

  11. Fake Ang Tao Peng says:

    Join the opposition and you may win a seat through the “All Races” Tsunami.Anyway one question remains unanswered. All you guys when in the cabinet during the reign of Dr Mahathir seemed to agree 100% with Dr Mahathir. But now saying Dr Mahathir has also inflicted a lot of harm. This only depicts that a number of cabinet ministers during his term were all disloyal to the Malaysian people. So you cabinet ministers as whole have inflicted a lot of harm to the people of Malaysia. We trusted you leaders but you betrayed us. So this will continue in the future with some present cabinet ministers who will later point their fingers of the present PM. Many leaders are greed in taking up “responsibilities” but do not want to be accountable or even practice “shared accountability” . They seemed to be only interested in their personal accounts.

  12. Anonymous says:

    If BN keeps quiet on racist comment by Ismail Mina, it will deem as BN agrees with the comment. So let us all inform all the East Malaysia voters that BN are in this line and we must vote BN out in this G14. Meantime, Sarawak and Sabah should bar this racist from entering EM.

  13. Graduates selling nasi lemak says:

    Dr M: Shameful for graduates to end up selling nasi lemak

    “We cannot be proud if graduates become Uber drivers or sell nasi lemak. They are trained (in universities), so they should make use of their knowledge and competency. They resort to selling nasi lemak because they can’t get a job,” he said during his weekly “Policy Talk” show.

    This week’s session focused on jobs and education for youths.

    “It shows that the government had failed to match the (workforce’s) knowledge with job opportunities,” said Mahathir.

    • Cash In lieu of job opportunities? says:


      I know one graduate selling nasi lemak in Petaling Jaya.

      This kind should be given a hundred thousand Ringgit each from the RM2.6 billion as capital to start a business.

      In lieu of job opportunities that Najib did not provide.

  14. Offending Air Asia Short Skirts says:

    New Zealander says ‘disgusting’ AirAsia uniforms are ruining Malaysia’s reputation

    June Robertson said she was “very offended” by the “extremely short skirts” of AirAsia flight crew.

    A New Zealand woman has called upon a Malaysian senator to address the “extremely short skirts” worn by AirAsia flight attendants, saying the uniforms are ruining Malaysia’s reputation as a “respectful” country.

    In a letter posted to social media on Tuesday, June Robertson of Tawa, Wellington, said she had felt “very offended” by the female flight attendants’ skirts on her twice yearly trips to Malaysia over the past decade.

    • AK47 says:

      She must be a fat bitch.

    • AK47 says:

      Take other airline if you dont like, bitch. No money to take premium airline? Shut up then you taliban bitch. Fucking hypocrite daughter of a bastard.

      • Helen Ang says:

        ya, . is right. why use AK47? why not AK48 or 49?

        Like me, I use my own name. Berani kerana benar!

        Btw, I do admit that naming yourself AK47 id better than ” . ” !

        • Masquerading Ultra Kiasu says:

          That language and that kind of argument is not Helen Ang’s. And the carelessness in spelling.

          And stupid, too, not placing the comment as a reply to .

          Stop masquerading, ultra kiasu fella. Your Chinese school drop-out mentality can be seen from miles away.

    • . says:

      Why you use the name AK47? Want to be militant, issit? Careful, Police may run after you.

      Rude oso, lorr. How you know she fat? And bitch? And taliban? You Chinese school drop out issit? See, I don’t accuse, I ask.

      Even orang putih ask decent dress you no like, arr? You dunno about “proper dressing” issit? Dunno about what they say “Malaysian values”?

  15. . says:

    FMT columnist Mariam Mokhtar said Ismail Mina Ahmad, the leader of Gerakan Pembela Ummah saying only the Malays had sacrificed their lives for Malaya “is an insult to the memory of the non-Malays who died defending Malaya/Malaysia: the Chinese, Indians, Sikhs, Orang Asli, Iban, Kadazan, Muruts.”

    But she does not even know that Orang Asli, Iban, Kadazan, Muruts are also Malays.
    Said to be resident in England, the so-called liberal “orang putih pantat hitam” who had in the past even ran down her own race may not have read books saying that they belong to the “Large Family of Malays”, one of which is “The Malay Civilization”, published by The Historical Society of Malaysia, available at Wisma Sejarah, opposite IJN, Jalan Tun Razak, KL.

    She also misses the point. The issue is not whether non-Malays also participated in the defence of the country but the number – how many of them. Are there about 30% of Chinese and Indians in the Armed Forces and the Police Force? The Chief of the Armed Forces had just announced his hope of getting more of them.

    The call for more of them to join has been made now and then. Offers by political parties that they’d bring candidates for interviews seem to have fizzled out and no result.

    • . says:

      And she’s not that bright, too – she includes the British, Australians, Nepalese, Kenyans and Fijians in that category of non-Malays referred to by Ismail Mina.

      And mentioning the Malays fighting against the invasion by Siam when the Chinese were not Malayans/ Malaysians.

      “more Chinese than Malays were killed by the Japanese during WWII and the Emergency”? No figures / source of info given. Also not mentioning that the Chinese were the “traditional enemies” of the Japanese – they went to war even before World War II.

      And the mainly Chinese communists killed more Chinese than Malays because they deemed the Chinese as belonging to the “capitalists” that are the sworn enemy of Marxism, others were called “running dogs”.

      Her good point is “Hishammuddin should remember that a few years ago, Ahmad Zahid Hamidi … said they were not attracted to life in the service because they did not wish to be subjected to strict discipline, lower wages compared to the private sector, discouragement from family members and the negative perceptions of such a career.”

  16. Anonymous says:

    Bad news for Felda.

    The European Parliament endorses a legislative campaign to remove palm oil from the list of designated renewable fuels after 2021, due to concerns about its environmental impact like deforestation.

    • Anonymous says:

      When it affects the country’s economy in the long term, all loyal Malaysians must denounce all attempts by foreigners to put us down.

      • Anonymous says:

        Time for Felda to switch to Musang King durian?

        • Anonymous says:

          And put all sorts of insecticide, fungicide, ultra kiacide and sell the fruits to China?

          Like done by the Bentong / Raub durian farmers whose fruits were rejected by Singapore even years ago.

          And recent news of rejects of Musang King by China because of similar problem.

    • Anonymous says:

      Palm oil industry has had a detrimental effect on the planet. In countries such as Indonesia, which is the largest producer of palm oil, rainforests are torched to make room for production. This is often illegal.

      Also, the clearing of the rainforests is detrimental to endangered species such as orangutans and Sumatran tigers.

      In addition, a study by the European Commission found that greenhouse gas emissions from biodiesel like palm oil can be more than three times higher than those from conventional diesel. This is down to the indirect effects of palm oil production, mainly deforestation.

      • Defend palm oil and your country says:

        “rainforests are torched to make room for production. This is often illegal.” Illegal how? Rainforests are theirs, why the hell EC bother?

        Pollution? Even Donald Trump doesn’t bother. Get Donald in your group, negotiate with the palm oil producing countries on measures to control pollution etc. Not by negative acts on palm oil producing.

        Be civilized. For goodness sake, you EC are not pollution free.

  17. "Unclever" commenter says:

    An “Unclever” commenter” in FMT said, “For Pakatan Harapan (PH) to not even state its commitment to national unity reflects rather negatively on it.”

    It’s, in fact, stupid to say so. 1. Just picking the words of one PH leader, not even Tun Mahathir. 2. It’s not a PH manifesto, not a commitment. 3. Manifestos only come during the election campaign.

    Saying “It points not only to its lack of commitment to national unity, but to the possibility that it is driven by the desperate rush to seize power from the ruling government,” the fler is daft. Not realizing that there are many components, many factors that constitute national unity.

    Most of all, it’s the integrity of and the rakyat’s attitude towards the ruling gomen. When so many resent it for such things as the huge 1MDB scandal, leading to the imposition of the unpopular GST, making unscrupulous traders exploit it by increasing prices of goods endlessly, the gomen, instead of curbing it, withdrew the petrol subsidy making petrol prices also increasing periodically, national unity does not come about under those situations.

    Get rid of such a gomen and national unity can be harnessed relatively easily.

  18. INJUNCT THE EC says:

    Is there such a verb as INJUNCT THE EC? –

    File objections against EC’s reviewed proposal, MP tells S’gor voters

    S’gor government can then file injunction against second proposal in court, says Ong Kian Ming.


  19. Anonymous says:

    Hah, PAS Youth also no like Najib –

    ‘Of two evils, choose neither’ – PAS Youth on ‘Dr M or Najib?’ poser

    Ahmad Fadli Saari responds to Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s question on who PAS is backing for the PM post.

    But many regard PAS Hudud as evil, too. So, PAS will never get the PM post.

  20. Anonymous says:

    Aiseh, is this the mark of a Minister in Najib’s government – name-calling, instead of arguing on whatever policies and plans of PH that have been announced? How shallow.

    Salleh: Pakatan Harapan is just ‘Pakatan wayang’

    It is more of a ‘pakatan wayang’ (drama) to deceive the people about their true intentions,” he added.

    – Bernama

  21. Anonymous says:

    Racist! Isma mows down Proton’s ‘Hokkien discount’

    Ikatan Muslimin Malaysia (Isma) has criticised the 10 percent discount offered to the members of the Federation of Hokkien Associations of Malaysia for the entire range of Proton cars.

    Isma vice-president Abdul Rahman Mat Dali did not rule out the possibility of the discount being linked to a China firm’s interest in Malaysia’s automotive firm.

    “Displaying racism after acquiring the biggest share in Proton. I am worried they will do all sorts of other things towards Proton,” he was quoted as saying by Ismaweb.

    Abdul Rahman also questioned the rationale in offering the discount exclusively to members of the Hokkien association instead of all Malaysians.

    “This is strange. Never in the history of Proton has something like this happened,” he said.

    According to Nanyang Daily, Perusahaan Otomobil Nasional Sdn Bhd (PONSB) chief executive officer (CEO) Li Chunrong announced the discounts during a dinner with local Hokkien businessmen last week.

    Note that Najib has to take the rap for this kind of attitude. He allowed the Chinese to buy shares and run the company.

  22. I, dictator says:

    Tun Mahathir made fun of those calling him a dictator – an amusing long piece definitely worth reading in

  23. Anonymous says:

    Aaaah, Cops said Man who slapped woman for no tudung is ‘mentally ill’

    The man who allegedly attacked a woman in Seberang Perai for not wearing a headscarf is believed to be mentally ill, according to the police.

    “Based on preliminary investigations, the police have found that the man is in his 30s and hails from Ipoh, Perak, and has had mental problems for 15 years,” Seberang Perai Tengah district police chief Nik Ros Azhan Hamid was quoted as saying in Utusan Malaysia.

    So, the Police has to get the man sent for medical valuation and treatment at Hospital Bahagia. Otherwise, charge him.

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