Nga Kor Ming mother’s house receives threat notes

By Balqis Jazimah Zahari
Photo Police

MANJUNG: The police are currently tracking individuals involved in the case of threat notes scattered in Minister of Development and Local Government, Nga Kor Ming mother’s compound in Ayer Tawar here today.

The Chief of Manjung District Police, Assistant Commissioner Nordin Abdullah, said they received a police report regarding the case from a 76-year-old senior citizen woman at around 10:15 am.

“The complainant stated that when she left her house in the Ayer Tawar area at around 7:30 am, she found many papers scattered in front of her house with the words ‘Nga Kor Ming ‘Jangan Cabar Islam’ (Do Not Challenge Islam).

“The complainant believes that these words have malicious intent,” he said in a statement here today.

Nordin said the case was classified under Section 507 of the Penal Code for criminally intimidating through anonymous communication.

“If convicted, the offender can be punished with a maximum of two years in prison or with a fine or both,” he said.

According to him, the case is still under investigation, and the cause of the incident is not yet known.

“Efforts to track down individuals involved are still ongoing.

“The police also want to advise the public not to make any speculations that could affect the investigation,” he said.

He added that the public with any information can contact Investigating Officer Insp. Fariq Nazmi Mohd Mustafa at 013-3317099 to assist the police investigation.

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