Malaysian police seek info on Sikh terrorists

21:53, August 09, 2010      

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The Malaysian police have contacted the Malaysian High Commission in India for more information on four Sikh militants said to have been hiding in Malaysia.

Malaysian Inspector-General of Police Musa Hassan made this remark here on Monday after launching the new police station here.

While the Malaysian police were ready to investigate the case, Musa said the Punjab police, who claimed the four suspected militants were hiding in Malaysia, had not contacted their Malaysian counterparts.

Bernama, the Malaysian national news agency, reported earlier that the Punjab police said the militant group had set up bases in the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur, with four of its members hiding in the country.

Musa said that the Malaysian police regularly cooperate with the International Criminal Police Organization to monitor terrorist activities in the country.

Therefore, terrorists seeking refuge in Malaysia would not be spared from local and international laws, added Musa.

Earlier, Malaysian Home Affairs Ministry assured that the relevant agencies in the country are closely monitoring all suspected militants in Malaysia to prevent the nation's security from being threatened.

Source: Xinhua


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