No ganja found in toothpaste, cops to arrest sender of parcel

SHAH ALAM: Police have identified the person who sent a parcel containing a tube of toothpaste said to be infused with cannabis to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and Economy Minister Rafizi Ramli.

Selangor police chief Datuk Hussein Omar Khan said they have the sender's details and will make an arrest after tracking down the person's whereabouts, believed to be a local.

"We sent the package to the chemistry lab and analysis revealed that it did not contain any drugs and was just toothpaste," he told a press conference on Friday (March 31).

On March 14, Rafizi told reporters that he and Anwar had received a package containing the item. – Bernama

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