Siti Kasim discovers 'bomb-like' object under her car

KUALA LUMPUR: Lawyer Siti Kasim claims there was an attempt on her life after a suspicious object was discovered underneath her car while it was being serviced at a workshop in Bangsar.

In a Facebook Live session, the activist said she feared the object could have been a bomb as wires could be seen in the object.

She said she contacted the police upon discovering the object.

"I sent my car for service as I wanted to drive to Kelantan for an Orang Asli case on Sunday.

"After I dropped off my car, I went for lunch. Suddenly, my mechanic called me and informed me of the object beneath my car," she said.

Siti said she thanked God that she sent her car for service, otherwise she would not have discovered the object.

The Bomb Squad is on scene while police also cordoned off the area further and divert the traffic along Jalan Maarof.

Police were also seen telling the public that a bomb squad operation will commence soon, and urged everyone to stay behind the police yellow line.

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