Fire chief and Umno withdraw reports


  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 30 Apr 2003

KOTA BARU: Kelantan Fire and Rescue Department chief Zamri Ibrahim and Umno have withdrawn their police reports over the allegations that he was beaten up by several supporters of the party this month. 

Zamri and Kota Baru Umno chief Zaid Ibrahim shook hands at the district police station here yesterday after withdrawing their reports. 

ALL SETTLED: Zamri (left) and Zaid shaking hands, as Fire and Rescue Department deputy director-general Wan Mohd Noor Wan Ibrahim looks on, in Kota Baru Tuesday.

In the April 9 incident, Zamri alleged that he was beaten up by Umno supporters at Jalan Long Yunus during a gathering where several local residents wanted to hand over a petition to Umno about their dissatisfaction with him. 

Zamri, who sustained bruises on his face, lodged a report the same day, while Zaid lodged a report the next day.  

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