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Seven give statements on bringing back Chin Peng's ashes

Bernama

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Five more individuals have given their statements to the police over the issue of bringing in the ashes of former Communist Party of Malaya (CPM) leader Chin Peng into the country.

Perak police chief, Razarudin Husain said with the five, a total of seven individuals have recorded their statements since Friday and investigations on the case is conducted by Bukit Aman.

‘’Seven individuals had their statements recorded and Bukit Aman had visited the spots where the ashed were scattered. 

"They are witnesses involved in receiving the ashes and scattering the ashes at several places at the foot of the Titiwangsa Range,’’ he told reporters after witnessing the handing over of duty of the Manjung district police chief at the district police headquarters today.

ACP Nor Omar Sappi, 44, whom, prior to this, was the Selangor Internal Security and Public Order head replaced ACP Muhamad Hanif Othman who had been transferred to the Pahang Contingent.

- Bernama

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