Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has urged the 29-year-old "Datuk Seri" who allegedly assaulted three Rela officers on Friday to surrender to the police.
"Although at this moment he (the Datuk Seri) has not been arrested, we know who he is and where he is.
"So, before the police arrest him, it is only better that he comes forward and surrenders himself," Zahid was quoted as saying by theSun.
Zahid, who is also home minister, said the man was identified based on video footage.
He added that anyone with titles is not beyond the law.
"I would like to stress that anybody, whether he has a title or not, is bound by the laws in the country.
"A title doesn't give one a licence to assault another person, especially a uniformed officer," he said.
In the video, the "Datuk Seri" is seen arguing with one of the Rela officers before kicking him.
The altercation reportedly began after the Rela officers asked the "Datuk Seri" to move his vehicle, which was obstructing traffic.