Huzir: Police to recall Zakir Naik on Monday

Criminal investigation director Commissioner Datuk Huzir Mohamed. Source (pic): TTF Files

Criminal investigation director Commissioner Datuk Huzir Mohamed said today that the police are not quite done with recording the statements from controversial preacher Dr Zakir Naik who is being investigated for intentional insult to provoke a breach of peach in Malaysia.

Huzir confirmed that investigations were opened on the preacher hugely popular among conservative Muslim Malaysians on two separate remarks.


KUALA LUMPUR: Police are not quite done with recording the statements from controversial preacher Dr Zakir Naik who is being investigated for intentional insult to provoke a breach of peach in Malaysia.

The India-born Malaysian permanent resident who spent five hours in Bukit Aman yesterday will be called back to the federal police headquarters at 3pm on Monday, criminal investigation director Commissioner Datuk Huzir Mohamed said today.




The senior policeman said the questioning was suspended at Dr Zakir’s request to break his fast.

Huzir confirmed that investigations were opened on the preacher hugely popular among conservative Muslim Malaysians on two separate remarks.

The first complaint is based on a video clip shared through WhatsApp showing Dr Zakir allegedly saying Hindu Malaysians do not support the Malaysian prime minister but India’s Narendra Modi.

The second complaint, filed by an insurance agent, is based news portal Malaysiakini’s report that Dr Zakir allegedly told Chinese Malaysians to leave the country.

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