The Johor Youth Council (JYC) today moved toward the police to rapidly catch the owner of the Facebook page A. Kadir Jasin over a post insisted to have actuated disdain against the Conference of Rulers, Malaysia’s famous establishment and the Federal Constitution.
JYC president Md Salleheen Mohamad said the Facebook post contained unseemly comments about the Malay Rulers concerning the assertion of Emergency and the suspension of Parliament.
A police report has been held facing the owner of the A. Kadir Jasin Facebook account as the declaration made had caused insult and incited scorn against the Malay Rulers and the Federal Constitution.
This case ought to be investigated under the Sedition Act 1948 similarly as the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 for improper use of association workplaces or association organizations,said Md Salleheen in a decree.
Malay Mail understands that the steady of Johor youth pioneer’s declaration was made after a police report was made by a 26-year-old monetary expert tending to JYC in Benut, Pontian as for the Facebook page as of late.
The Facebook account has a comparative name as veteran newsman Datuk A. Kadir Jasin who was heretofore media advisor to past leader Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
Md Salleheen promised it was not the initial gone through Kadir had offered purportedly protester articulations.
In reality, he has been represented on a couple of times to the police, he said.Md Salleheen said JYC focused on the matter and need the experts to take a fast legal action against Kadir and those responsible for the Facebook remarks.
A large portion of people in this country are unwavering and will keep up the Malay Rulers and the Federal Constitution.By allowing individuals like this to comment with no unforgiving movement would offer some inadmissible hint,” said Md Salleheen.
The Conference of Rulers were from the start intended to hold a two-day meeting starting tomorrow, yet has been represented to be surrendered to June 30 and July 1, due to the constant improvement control demand.