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Friday, 25 November 2016

Khalid Samad Attacked in Parliament Grounds, Attackers Identified being son of Pasir Salak MP and his supporters (8 Videos)





THE STAR


Tajuddin’s son among 10 identified in Parliament fracas

    Security personnel came to Khalid's aid and escorted him into the Parliament building after the attack.
    Security personnel came to Khalid's aid and escorted him into the Parliament building after the attack.
    KUALA LUMPUR: The son of Pasir Salak MP Datuk Tajuddin Abdul Rahman is among 10 men involved in the fracas at Parliament grounds Thursday, says Comm Datuk Amar Singh.

    The City police chief urged those involved to surrender themselves as soon as possible.
    He said police personnel on duty lodged a report on the incident involving respective supporters of Shah Alam MP Khalid Samad and Pasir Salak MP Datuk Tajuddin Abdul Rahman.
    "We are investigating the incident under Section 147 of the Penal Code.
    "No injuries were reported but all of those involved must come forward as soon as possible," he said in a statement on Thursday.
    The suspects involved are Firdaus Tajuddin, Mohd Rizal Shafie, Ariffin Mohamed Ali, Hasnah Md Razali, Erwan Halmi, Sapiah Aini Sulaiman, Norfirdaus Ahmad Zanian, Azmir Ahmad, Mohd Saffek Mohd Saleh and Mohd Faizal Saidina Omar.
    Khalid was swarmed by a group of 20 men and women as soon as he got out of his car next to the Dewan Rakyat entrance on Thursday.
    A physical scuffle ensued and one of the group members tried to punch the Opposition lawmaker, who was quickly surrounded by security personnel and escorted into Parliament.
    The incident is believed to be in retaliation to Khalid calling Tajuddin "menteri sial" (damned minister) at the Dewan Rakyat on Monday.

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    Khalid Samad attacked outside Parliament

    KUALA LUMPUR: Shah Alam MP Khalid Samad was attacked by a group from the Pasir Salak Umno Youth division as he entered Parliament grounds on Thursday.  

    Khalid was swarmed by a group of 20 men and women, as soon as he got out of his car next to the entrance to the Dewan Rakyat.  
    A physical scuffle ensued, with one of the group members trying to land a punch on the Opposition lawmaker, who was quickly surrounded by security personnel and escorted into Parliament.  
    The incident was believed to be a result of Khalid calling Pasir Salak MP Datuk Tajuddin Abdul Rahman menteri sial (damned minister) at the Dewan Rakyat on Monday.  
    This was after the Deputy Agriculture and Agro-based Industries Minister described Seputeh MP Teresa Kok as “the only woman here with a ‘Kok’.”  
    Opposition MPs had deemed Tajuddin’s remarks as offensive and sexist.
    Later at the Parliament lobby, Khalid expressed regret at the incident and said that Tajuddin and him should be allowed to settle their issue in court.  
    "I have received a letter of demand from the Pasir Salak MP. I would advise the group to let us settle this matter in court," said the Amanah communications director, who was unhurt in the scuffle.  
    He said that he had already been warned by security officers at the Parliament gates that a group was waiting to confront him.  
    His vehicle was then escorted to the Dewan Rakyat entrance by two officers on motorcycles.  
    "Security managed to detect the group's intentions and warned me, but I told them I wanted to proceed with entering Parliament as there were important Bills to debate today," he said.  
    He added that several Opposition lawmakers would accompany him later in meeting Dewan Rakyat Speaker Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia to report the incident.  
    In an immediate response, Deputy Home Minister Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed said the Chief Government Security Office (CGSO), which is in charge of providing Parliamentary security, would be told to investigate the scuffle.  
    "We want to know how the group was able to enter Parliament grounds," he told reporters. 














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