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2009 Apr 5 - Disgraceful Act


As reported in New Sabah Times....


ON THE ALERT... Police in anti-riot gear seeking shelter from the heavy downpour at the scene where Sabah flags were burnt.

5th April, 2009

LAHAD DATU: Police have arrested 12 people including a man who claimed to be a descendent of the Sultan of Sulu, for burning our State flags yesterday.

District police chief Supt Md Suhaimi Abdul Rahman said at about 8.40am, police received information that a group of men had burned six Sabah flags in front of the town’s market and a supermarket.

He said some of the men were also seen carrying yellow flags with a red insignia of a lion on them.

By the time police reached the scene, the men fled and the State flags were found burnt.

Suhaimi added that some of the men then were seen running towards the district police headquarters where they were promptly arrested and being investigated for illegal assembly.

“We are still investigating the motive of the incident but a 41-year-old man who was said to be the group’s leader had also claimed that he was a descendent of the Sultan of Sulu,” Suhaimi added.

Those detained by the police were all males aged between 14 and 41. More than 80 police personnel were immediately deployed around the town area following the incident.

Meanwhile, Lahad Datu assemblyman Datuk Nasrun Datu Mansor said the incident was an isolated one caused by individuals trying to cause a disturbance in the town.

“This was nothing more than actions of some irresponsible people,” he said. He added that Lahad Datu residents had nothing to worry as police had the security situation under control.

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