PETALING JAYA, 6 May: The police have been urged to carry out an investigation on the death threat via three live bullets found in his mailbox, said the Chairman of MyWatch, R Sri Sanjeevan.
He said that the 9mm live ammunition was received two days ago in an envelope and was discovered by his brother.
Sanjeevan also said since the shooting incident on July 27 last year, until now the police have yet to issue any progress of the case to him.
“As a citizen, he should receive the same security as everyone else. If it involves important people, like ministers, cases are investigated very quickly.
“When it is related to a case that almost took my life, there is still no action. So far, I do not know who the investigating officer is and there is no information,” he said in a press conference.
Sanjeevan explained that prior to this, the Inspector General of Police, Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar, informed that he ordered the Director of the Narcotics Crime Investigation Department, Datuk Noor Rashid Ibrahim, to meet him regarding the shooting incident. However until now, there is still no progress.
He added that he had asked the police to maintain security in his housing area, but until now, there is still no answer.
Meanwhile, the Member of Parliament for Batu, Tian Chua, expressed disappointment with the police investigation, which he deems as biased.
This is because when a police report is made by a pro-government group, the authorities will act quickly.
“We expressed disappointment towards the police because when it involves the public or NGO activists, no serious action is taken by the police.
“If pro-government people make a report, immediate action is taken. It looks like there are elements of prejudice on this matter,” he said.