I want to know why the white-robed man near Guan Eng was arrested

I want to know what the police discovered with regards to the man they arrested, clad in a white robe (see news item below).

I would like the Inspector General of Police (IGP) to treat the matter seriously and explain to members of public why the police perceived this man to be a threat.

Jangan hanya kerana memakai jubah putih dan memegang sesuatu di tangan sahaja seseorang itu dipandang serong.

Saya akur, bahawa hanya setakat memakai jubah putih tidak menjanjikan seseorang itu benar-benar Islam mahupun beriman.

Tetapi janganlah sampai kamu tergolong dalam golongan munafik yang tidak cukup keimanannya sehinggakan sanggup memandang serong mereka yang benar-benar beriman.

Saya tetap ingin tahu samada lelaki yang ditangkap itu seorang beragama Islam dan sebab utama pihak polis mendapati kelakuannya mencurigakan.

RJ Rithaudeen

KUALA LUMPUR: Police have arrested a man tonight after he behaved suspiciously at an event attended by Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng.

The incident occurred as Lim was leaving the closing ceremony of the 8TV Chinese New Year Grand Bazaar at KL Sports City in Bukit Jalil.

It is understood the man, clad in a white jubah robe and appearing to be in his late 20’s to early 30’s, stood several metres from where Lim and his delegation were exiting.

Police noticed him behaving suspiciously and asked him what he was holding when they spotted his hand on his left hip, appearing to conceal something.

The suspect refused to answer and became hostile when asked, and was heard telling the police officer: “Benda aku” (my thing).

He subsequently acted aggressively towards the officer, to the point where he was yelling directly in the officer’s face.

The police, having failed to calm the suspect down, attempted to take him into custody. He was pinned down onto the ground before a crowd of onlookers.

As he was being detained, the suspect began yelling incoherently.

He was then taken into a police kiosk for questioning, before being brought to a nearby station in a police cruiser for further investigation.


Source: The Malay Mail Online

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