IGP: Jho Low, father, not on Interpol's notice list due to their protocol


KUALA LUMPUR: The application to list an individual on the Interpol notice list depends on their protocol and has to first undergo a thorough internal (vetting) process.

Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun said this in a statement here Wednesday (Sept 19), referring to a report in news portal Utusan Malaysia titled "Jho Low, father not in Interpol's list” published yesterday (Sept 18).

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