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by ivan loh
IPOH: Police have received 154 reports on the two assemblies held by Pakatan Rakyat component parties last week.
State police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Mohd Shukri Dahlan said police have identified the organisers and individuals, and would be calling them to give their statements on the matter.
"We are still compiling a list of the people we have identified, including politicians, to be called in to record their statements," he told a press conference here Tuesday.
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