PETALING JAYA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) – Datuk R. Sri Sanjeevan, authority of Malaysia’s crime watchdog, and a military examiner were held during a khalwat (close proximity) raid during a oppulance hotel in Seremban, collateral of Malaysia’s state of Negeri Sembilan, on Friday (June 10).
The Malaysian Crime Watch Task Force (MyWatch) arch and a womanlike inspector, who was reported to have been transferred, were not been arrested nor was anything seized from them.
According to a news filed by a police’s Integrity and Standard Compliance Department (JIPS), a raiding team, comprising officers from JIPS and Negri Sembilan Islamic Affairs Department, went to dual joining bedrooms during a hotel during 1.30am.
After identifying themselves, a group waited for 10 mins before a passenger of Room 1002, who was a examiner trustworthy to a Jempol station, non-stop a door.
They found a officer entirely dressed and wearing a headscarf, while a brassiere was left on a chair, a news said.
The group afterwards went to a other room, 1003, and found Mr Sanjeevan alone and entirely clothed. No women’s garments were found in a room.
The news pronounced a examiner told a military she was there to accommodate Mr Sanjeevan, though denied any insinuate relationship.
Seremban district military arch ACP Muhammad Zaki Harun reliable a report. He pronounced a suspects did not dedicate any crime.
On a send of a inspector, he pronounced it was separate to a box and transfers were normal procedures in a force.
Mr Sanjeevan, in a WhatsApp respond to The Star Online, reliable that he was in a hotel though “nothing inapt happened”.
“All we know we was alone in my room,” he said.