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M’sian in Germany is under investigation for slanderous statements against Johor’s top police | Instant News

JOHOR BARU: Police have opened an investigation into a man who allegedly committed slander against Johor Police Chief Commissioner Datuk Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay.

Comm Ayob said that the suspect left the country since November 2, 2017 and is believed to be currently living in Germany.

The suspect allegedly uploaded a video via Facebook on Sunday (November 29) claiming that Kom Ayob mistreated K. Haridas – the suspect who had been previously arrested for allegedly making slanderous statements to Police Inspector General Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador and Comm Ayob.

“It has become a trend for people to go abroad and make accusations and slanderous statements,” said Comm Ayob.

“The suspect’s background check reveals that he has seven previous offenses in his criminal record involving cases under Article 397 / 397A of the Criminal Code for armed robbery, Article 160 of the Criminal Code for assault and Article 506 of the Criminal Code for criminal intimidation,” he said.

He said this during a press conference at the Johor Police Headquarters here on Monday (30 November).

Kom Ayob also denied the suspect’s statement claiming that 255 inmates had died in prison from 2000 to 2014 due to police brutality.

“In Johor, we have recorded 23 deaths involving inmates who died from illness from 2000 to 2014, these prisoners are all drug addicts who died from illness and were classified in the Sudden Deaths report (SDR) and not due to police brutality.

“As for Haridas, he was arrested for a fugitive case under Article 506 of the Criminal Code for criminal intimidation. He was later charged in court on November 24 and was offered a bail of RM10,000 which he could not pay.

“Haridas has made a report claiming that he was beaten during detention at the Ulu Choh detention center and not in a police prison,” he said, adding that the suspect must check the facts before making a slanderous statement.

He added that the case is being investigated under Section 500/504 of the Criminal Code for defamation and willful insult and Article 233 of the Communications and Multimedia Act for sharing offensive and threatening content.

In the six-minute and 55-second video, the suspect identifies Comm Ayob as a racist using caricatures and questions his actions to arrest the man suspected of being linked to the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) in 2019 during his time as Head of the Special Branch Counter Terrorism Division (E8 ) Bukit Aman.


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NT police search for missing man Yun-Seob Shin in Central Australia | Instant News

Northern Territory police believe a man who went missing in Central Australia since Thursday planned to go camping in a national park west of Alice Springs.

The air and ground search for 37-year-old Yun-Seob Shin was carried out yesterday amid temperatures hitting nearly 40 degrees Celsius.

Police said Shin, who is believed to be from Victoria and drove a white Nissan X-Trail, has been in Alice Springs for the past month.

He didn’t come to work yesterday morning.

His colleagues told police he had informed them of his intention to go camping near the Boggy Hole or Palm Valley on Thursday and Friday.

Both campsites are in Finke Gorge National Park, about 140 kilometers west of Alice Springs.

Police said Shin’s last confirmed location was at the Stuart Well Roadhouse, 90 kilometers southwest of Alice Springs, on Thursday.

“It is not known what provisions or bush skills Mr. Shin has, and the police are concerned about his well-being.”

The police urged anyone with information about Mr. Shin to call them on 131 444.


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The man who was shot dead during a Karachi police meeting turns out to be the driver of the local leader of PTI – Crime | Instant News

Published in November 27, 2020 15:51

Laila Parveen says her driver Abbas has worked with her for five years.

KARACHI (Dunya News) – A man who was shot dead among five gang members during an alleged police meeting in the Clifton Karachi area on Friday turned out to be the driver of local Pakistani leader Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Laila Parveen.

Laila Parveen, deputy secretary of the women’s wing, said her driver Abbas had worked with her for five years and that the house was also hers where the robbery incident had been reported.

The PTI leader further claimed that the car shown to be belonging to the robber belonged to her husband, making everything suspicious.

Following these developments, the Karachi Police have decided to contact Laila Parveen for further investigation. Police stated that the five suspects who died in the meeting were involved in more than twenty criminal activities.


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A group of thieves regret breaking into Karachi’s house, locals set an example | Instant News

KARACHI: A group of thieves allegedly broke into a Nazimabad house on Thursday for a robbery that was intercepted by a householder screaming for help, ARY News reported.

According to a report compiled by ARY News at the event, six buglars who were suspected of coordinating a robbery at a house were cornered by local residents after residents raised their alert and gathered help.

Local residents crowded around the victim’s house after hue and crying caught their attention and when the thieves came out, they ambushed them.

While two of them managed to escape, the other four suspected thieves were caught by the locals they attacked until the Police arrived at the scene.

The police found four thieves from the local population and detained them for further legal proceedings.

With that Upon arrival of the police, the local population withdrew and allowed the personnel to come take lead and detain the suspect and whatever the suspect has




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Khalid Maqbool crucifies the Sindh government, the police for harassing Karachi merchants | Instant News

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Ask the police to stop visiting businessmen in the city

SAME television – Posted: 26 Nov 2020 | Last Updated: 1 hour ago
Posted: 26 November 2020 | Last Updated: 1 hour ago

The head of the Muttahida Qaumi-Pakistan Movement Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui on Thursday criticized the Sindh government and police for harassing traders and businessmen in Karachi.

“There is a Sindhudesh government here,” MQM-P organizers said at a press conference in Karachi. He was flanked by traders and businessmen.

“From the police to the Sindh Secretariat, look at the establishment here, the bureaucracy here,” he added.

Siddiqui warned police “arriving from outside Karachi” against visiting local merchants. “The Karachi government has been tasked with harassing the town’s merchants and asking how much they will bring to the People’s Party funds in return.”

He said demanding anything from the Sindh government was tantamount to painting one’s face black.

“Their job is to destroy the economy and social fabric of this city,” said MQM-P organizers. “And I congratulate them on destroying it to some extent,” he said scornfully.

Seventy percent of non-natives make it to local agencies and local government, complained Siddiqui, calling on the Sindh government to “bring them all back to Sindhudesh”.

“This is Pakistan and here no coercion from the Sindhudesh government will be tolerated,” he said.


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