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Thursday September 12, 2013 MYT 2:10:00 PM
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by l. suganya
PETALING JAYA: The father of MyWatch chairman R Sri Sanjeevan has said that the masked men incident is an old issue and is not relevant now.
Ramakrishnan said that the incident happened sometime back while the family was still living in Seremban.
"We did not even make a police report. I do not think it is necessary to reveal any more details about the incident," he told The Star Online.
Earlier, it was reported that Sanjeevan had claimed that masked men were watching his home but the police had refused to take any action.
In a series of tweets, Sanjeevan tagged the police and opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, claiming that the experience was scary.
He tweeted: “@PDRMsia refused to give protection to my house despite people wearing masks coming to my house & it's really scary. @anwaribrahim”.
He also tweeted: “@anwaribrahim All I need is police protection because unknown cars/bikes been coming and watching my house.”
"Now I'm focusing on recovering as well as my family's safety as many unwanted things are happening. Many trying to silence me!," he tweeted.
Sanjeevan was shot in Bahau, Negri Sembilan, on July 27.
Doctors successfully extracted the bullet after 18 days and he was in coma until recently.
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Sanjeevan, Masked Men, Shooting
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