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Thursday, 9 February 2017

Convicted serial rapist, Selva Kumar Subbiah, who is now back in Malaysia,from Canada has agreed to be monitored by police and residing in Klang Valley


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Selva Kumar agrees to police monitoring, currently in Klang Valley

NST

JOHOR BARU: Convicted serial rapist, Selva Kumar Subbiah, who is now back in Malaysia, has agreed for his movement to be monitored by police.
Inspector General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said that although it was not mandatory for Selva Kumar to be monitored by police, he has nevertheless agreed for police to have checks done on him consistently.
"Selva Kumar is a free man. It is not mandatory for us to monitor his activities but he has agreed to cooperate with police," he said.
Khalid said that the police have been informed that he is currently in the Klang Valley, and that the people should not worry about his presence as the people's safety was guaranteed.
"He (Selva Kumar) has told police that he is willing to be monitored, and that he is in the Klang Valley. The people are safe and they should not worry about this matter because he has undergone his sentence," said Khalid.
He was speaking to reporters after launching a police management division event at Holiday Villa here.
On a separate matter, Khalid also gave his assurance that the police are ready for a general election.
"One of the challenges we (police) face are campaigns which are heated.
"I'm sure both sides of the political divide will use social media for their campaigns. Similarly, police too will monitor and use social media to ensure everyone can come out and vote safely during the general election," he said.
On yet another matter, Khalid rubbished a recent news report that said a number of policemen in the country, including officers, have serious debt problems and are taking loans and are living beyond their means.
According to the report, some policemen have to deduct 40 per cent of their salary for loan repayment, making it difficult for them to manage their finances well.
Khalid said the report would imply that the police force are prone to corruption.
"I do not deny that of the 127,000-strong police workforce, 2.5 percent have to deduct 40 per cent," he said.

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