JAINJ assures that sex party will not go on in Johor

JOHOR BARU: The Johor Islamic Religious Department (JAINJ) has given an assurance that the supposed sex party will not happen in any location in the state.

State Islamic religious affairs committee chairman Mohd Fared Mohd Khalid (pic) said the department would work closely with the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) to ensure that such immoral activities were prevented.

Although the Twitter account that promoted the "event" has been closed, he said JAINJ would continue to monitor the social media sites identified as being involved.

"So far, no other sex party has been reported. Regardless of what the organisers are planning, we will still make sure it will not happen – that is our commitment," he told a press conference here on Monday (May 29).

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In this regard, Mohd Fared urged the public to channel information to the police or the department on such immoral activities.

"We have to prevent it together. Allow the police to do their work and investigate. The public can be the eyes and ears of the state authorities and also the police.

"Your (the organiser) identity has already been known. You can try to hide (but) you are being watched. Thank you, PDRM, for tracking down the individuals involved," he added.

A poster has been circulating on Twitter inviting participants to a sex party in the city. – Bernama

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