Five detained over alleged assault of Sri Lankan envoy to Malaysia
Posted on September 5th, 2016

Courtesy Adaderana

September 5, 2016  04:00 pm

 Five people have been arrested over the alleged assault on Sri Lanka’s High Commissioner to Malaysia Ibrahim Ansar at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

  Selangor CID chief Deputy Comm Datuk Mohd Adnan Abdullah in Malaysia confirmed the arrests but declined to divulge the details of the five individuals.

The case is being investigated under Section 147 of the Penal Code for rioting, he said Monday, the Star news agency reported.

Ansar was reportedly assaulted by a small group of people at KLIA on Sunday.
Sri Lanka’s Foreign Ministry in a statement condemned the attack on its High Commissioner.

The High Commission of Sri Lanka in Kuala Lumpur is coordinating with local law enforcement authorities in Malaysia and other relevant local authorities to identify perpetrators and assist with investigations,” said the statement.

Sri Lankan news portal Hiru News reported that the High Commissioner was assaulted at the airport after sending off Daya Gamage, the country’s Primary Industries Minister, who was in Malaysia for the International Conference of Asian Political Parties.

Former Sri Lankan president Mahinda Rajapaksa was also in Malaysia to attend the event.


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3 Responses to “Five detained over alleged assault of Sri Lankan envoy to Malaysia”

  1. Christie Says:

    Indian colonial parasites are the same where ever they are,

  2. Nimal Says:

    Knowing the Malaysia police,they will go after each and every one and decimate the ltte cells.KP knows all about them,only our corrupt politicians of the past regime let him go.

  3. S.Gonsal Says:

    How much do you know about Malaysian LTTE(=Tamils of Sri Lankan origin) ? They are so rich and connected.
    Police will only catch small fish.
    We betrayed Malaysians already by giving VIP treatment to KP whom the y caught with so much trouble.

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