IGP: Suspects in Sanjevan shooting identified, case still under investigation


Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar.

PETALING JAYA: Police have identified the suspects behind the attempted murder of MyWatch chairman R. Sri Sanjeevan.

Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said while the suspects have been identified, the police still needed time to investigate case thoroughly.

“The public must let police investigate the matter.

"We have a few people that we are looking at, but I can’t comment more on that matter. We are in the process of investigating. Sooner or later we will find out,” he said Tuesday.

Asked on the revelation of an internal police memo allegedly implicating a list of policemen involved with the underworld, Khalid said Sanjeevan never passed such document to the police.

“I sent Bukit Aman’s Narcotics director to meet him a while back, but Sanjeevan’s whistleblower refused to meet with him.

“If there is indeed a memo, then pass it to us so that we can investigate,” he said.

PKR strategic director Rafizi Ramli was quoted as saying Sanjeevan told the PKR leader of his intention to expose alleged links between drug syndicates and some members of the police force.

He said Sanjeevan had mentioned to him about possessing an internal police memo with a confidential listing of police personnel under investigation.
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