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Saturday May 3, 2014 MYT 12:29:00 PM
Saturday May 3, 2014 MYT 4:13:21 PM
by nicholas cheng
KUALA LUMPUR: Three 9mm bullets were found in the mailbox of MyWatch chairman R. Sri Sanjeevan’s family home in Bahau, Saturday morning.
Sanjeevan, who is contesting for the PKR Youth vice-president's post in the ongoing party elections, said his brother was getting the house ready to host a function for his campaign at night when he found the bullets at around 10.45am.
“I came back late from a election campaign function at around 4am.
“Before that, my whole family had gone out to celebrate my mother’s birthday, so there was no one at home.
“I suspect that was when the bullets were planted,” said Sanjeevan.
Last year, the MyWatch chairman received a gun threat just eight hours before he was shot by a motorcycle pillion rider in Bahau on July 23.
Sanjeevan then had tweeted, “A @PDRMsia cop told some syndicate fellow that he’ll get them firearm & told them to fire few shots at my house to scare me/family!” after he announced he was going to expose a son of a top police officer who had alleged links to a drug syndicate.
“Funnily enough, I am going to reveal the name of another top cop’s son, who has also been involved in drugs, in a few days.
“I think this is to scare me but I am more worried about my family’s safety,” he said, adding that he would lodge a police report over the bullets.
Sanjeevan was put in a two-month coma after a motorcycle pillion rider shot him through the right arm and lung, while he was stopped at a traffic light in Bahau in July last year.
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