Police arrest two ‘masterminds’ behind mob incident involving Syed Saddiq

Syed lodged a report late last night and referred to the group as “gangsters.” According to him, the group had also heckled members of the PPBM youth and women wings who were there with members of their families. Source (pic): TTF

ڤوليس تاهن دوا اينديۏيدو كيس سيد سددق دسرڬه، داوڬوت

The Royal Malaysian Police has arrested two individuals over a mob incident in Ulu Tiram, Johor where youth and sports minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman was heckled and forced to leave a family dinner by the rear exit of a restaurant.

According to Inspector General of Police Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador, the two arrested were believed to have masterminded the incident.

Earlier, Home Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said the government had instructed the police to take immediate action on the incident, with Johor police confirming that a task force had been set up to investigate.

According to Syed, a group of about 200 individuals clad in black and red shirts started a commotion at an event attended by members of his family, calling for him to leave Johor and apologise to the Crown Prince of the state.


PETALING JAYA: The Royal Malaysian Police has arrested two individuals over a mob incident in Ulu Tiram, Johor where youth and sports minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman was heckled and forced to leave a family dinner by the rear exit of a restaurant.

According to a source, the two arrested were believed to have masterminded the incident.




“A task force has been set up to investigate the incident,” said Inspector General of Police Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador.

According to Hamid, the case will be investigated under four Sections of the Penal Code, including assault and criminal intimidation.

Hamid also said that the public should not politicise the incident by spreading information that has no basis.

“I hope the public will abide by the law and do not act on any manners that create provocation,” he said.

Earlier, Home Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said the government had instructed the police to take immediate action on the incident, with Johor police confirming that a task force had been set up to investigate.

According to Syed, a group of about 200 individuals clad in black and red shirts started a commotion at an event attended by members of his family, calling for him to leave Johor and apologise to the Crown Prince of the state.

Syed lodged a report late last night and referred to the group as “gangsters.” According to him, the group had also heckled members of the PPBM youth and women wings who were there with members of their families.

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