Don’t create trouble at rally, cops warn Red Shirts leader


Low Han Shaun

Red Shirts leader Jamal Yunos is known for his ‘antics’ and has vowed to disrupt the opposition’s anti-kleptocracy rally. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, October 12, 2017.

POLICE have warned Red Shirts leader Jamal Md Yunos today against doing anything illegal ahead of Saturday’s anti-kleptocracy rally after the Sg Besar Umno chief said he will set up a stall to sell “cheap” fish there.

Deputy Inspector-General of Police Noor Rashid Ibrahim warned Jamal that he is not above the law and told him to not create any trouble.


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  • This red shirt is a devil in disguise. His presence nowadays causes lots of concern over public safety.

    Posted 3 years ago by Jimmy Jimmy

  • All the antics from Jamal Jamban has no benefial outcome for any Malaysian at all. His is a publicity stunt and a front for politicians to create chaos and a public nuisance. His gimmicks has reached a point where it has become nonsensical and moronic. In the Rakyat view he is making a fool of the law and repugn the police tolerance in his purposeful actions. It create a perception that he is above the Police institution and he could abuse the inefeffctiveness of police proceeding in apprehending him. Remanding him and releasing after two to three days has now become norm to him and taken for granted. He should be charged and hauled up for seditions, commotions , disrespect to state rulers and creating racial conflicts. Is the police in Selangor very forgiving or being incompetent to deal with such obnoxious character..

    Posted 3 years ago by Lee Lee