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Interpol to help track Malaysian gangsters abroad


GEORGE TOWN: Police will be working hand-in-hand with the Interpol to trace gang leaders and members who have fled overseas to avoid arrest, said Home Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

"It doesn't matter if they come back or not, the Interpol will help us arrest them and they will be detained under the proposed amendments to the Prevention of Crime Act 1953," he told reporters after visiting the late Sjn Zal-Azri Abd Somad's residence in Tingkat Sungai Gelugor here.

He also said there were no plans to discontinue Ops Cantas Khas, which is aimed at crippling underworld activities.

"It will not end on Oct 19 as claimed by certain parties. It will be carried out until we're done combating serious crimes," he said.

Sjn Zal-Azri, who was a corporal when he passed away, was given a posthumous promotion after he was killed in the line of duty in Malacca on Sept 23.

Ahmad Zahid also handed over an undisclosed amount of contribution to Sjn Zal-Azri's mother Zaiton Ismail, 54, and his wife Atiqah Mohd Rosdi, 29.

Sjn Zal-Azri, 31, was killed during a five-man operation against motorcycle thefts and robberies at the Cheng Technology and Industrial Park in Malacca.

A 17-year-old suspect, who was high on drugs, had bludgeoned him to death.

Ahmad Zahid said he had instructed the Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar to confer the posthumous promotion to Zal-Azri.

"We will arrange for Atiqah and the couple's two sons – Mohamad Habibullah, four, and five-month-old Mohamad Atiqullah to move to Zal-Azri's hometown here or Atiqah's hometown in Bertam," he said.

Present were Penang police chief Senior Deputy Comm Datuk Abdul Rahim Hanafi and George Town OCPD Asst Comm Gan Kong Meng.

Atiqah said she was grateful to every one who had offered assistance during the family's time of grief.

Sjn Zal-Azri's remains was buried at the Masjid Jamek Sungai Gelugor cemetery on Sept 24.

Hubby held over wife's death


KUALA LUMPUR: The case of the woman found dead inside a wardrobe took a sudden twist when police arrested her husband and reclassified the case as murder.

The 46-year-old woman was found hanged in her wardrobe at an apartment in Bandar Manjalara here last Thursday.

City deputy CID chief Asst Comm Khairy Ahrasa said the husband was picked up at the apartment at about 9pm on Friday.

"We have remanded the man for seven days to help with investigations. The case has been reclassified as murder under Section 302 of the Penal Code," he said.

Sources revealed that there were bruises all over the woman's body during the post mortem.

It was reported that the body was found by her husband in his 50s when he returned home at about 11am on Thursday.

It is learnt that the woman had a previous marriage and was living there with her current husband and a son from the previous marriage.

Police who arrived at the scene around noon found that the body had been placed on the bed.

The husband claimed that he had removed the body from the wardrobe and placed it there.

Meanwhile, ACP Khairy said police have extended the remand on "Sei Ngan Chai" (four-eyed guy in Cantonese) to facilitate further investigations into the murder of Arab Malaysian Bank founder Hussain Ahmad Najadi.

"We have remanded him till Sept 5 to help identify the mastermind of the murder and locate the gun," he said.

ACP Khairy said the 44-year-old suspect was taken to the city police headquarters for further interrogation yesterday morning.

Police arrested Sei Ngan Chai in a house at Larut Tin Tambahan in Taiping on Sept 23 after a three-month manhunt.

Najadi, 75, was gunned down in front of the Kuan Yin Temple in Lorong Ceylon shortly after a meeting over a RM40mil land deal.

The temple occupies a portion of the land that was being negotiated for sale.

Najadi was neither a buyer nor seller in the deal but was there to ensure the temple would not be sold or demolished.

Khairy expects Malay exodus from DAP over loss of confidence


JOHOR BARU: Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin expects more Malays in the DAP to leave the party due to their loss of confidence in the party's purported principle of being multi-racial.

"The party has failed to uphold its principles as a party for all Malaysians," he said, commenting on the decision by Penang Malay Congress president Rahmad Isahak to quit the party after a brief stint since June last year.

"Although the party had been around for many years, it had not been able to attract and recruit many Malays," Khairy told reporters after a meet-the-people session at Kampung Pasir here on Saturday evening.

"This shows the Malays have not accepted the party wholeheartedly and had stayed only because of the DAP's alliance with PAS and PKR," he said.

Rahmad had quit on Saturday, saying he was disillusioned with the leadership of secretary-general Lim Guan Eng and the DAP's indifference towards Malay members.

Meanwhile, Khairy said he supported the opportunity given to Umno members to compete in the party elections.

Khairy, who is defending his post, said: "Democracy is alive in the party as the members have the freedom to choose and vote for leaders they feel could serve the party well."

The Youth and Sports Minister said Umno had never stopped its members from contesting.


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