Bukit Aman to call up 'Mr H', says IGP

KUALA LUMPUR: Bukit Aman will call up "Mr H" after the revelation by former community communications department (J-KOM) director-general Datuk Dr Mohammad Agus Yusoff, says

Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Razarudin Husain.

"We also urge J- KOM assistant officer Abdul Wahab Abdul Kadir Jilani to come forward as soon as possible. So far we have not received any report on threats towards him," he said when contacted on Tuesday (Nov 21).

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He said the individual was identified based on information given by Mohammad Agus, and added that several other individuals will also be called up to assist with the investigation.

"An investigation into Mohammad Agus' leaked police report has also been started," he said.

It was reported that the identity of "Mr H" - said to be a high-ranking individual behind a video implicating Mohammad Agus - has been revealed to the police.

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Mohammad Agus said he revealed this when questioned by police at the Kajang police headquarters on Monday (Nov 20).

"I revealed who Mr H is and answered what they needed for further investigation," he said.

Mohammad Agus added that he also lodged a report against Raja Petra Kamarudin for allegedly uploading a copy of his police report on the matter on social media and revealing his personal information.

"It is baffling how he (Raja Petra) could get the full report and I have asked the police to conduct an internal investigation. I do not want to comment on the matter, I leave the investigation to the police," he said.

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A viral video showed a man looking like Mohammad Agus having an indecent conversation with another man named “Wahab”.

Selangor police had previously recorded Mohammad Agus' statement after he lodged a police report at Kajang police headquarters last Friday (Nov 17).

In a press conference last Friday, Mohammad Agus described the viral video as an internal conspiracy to sabotage his career and reputation.

Claiming the video was actually doctored, Mohammad Agus said the video was doctored to frame him.

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