PETALING JAYA: An anti-crime non-governmental group (NGO) leader has lodged a report at the Sepang police station today claiming harassment by several individuals. MyWatch chairman R Sri Sanjeevan said he was followed by a group of five men when he was having drink with his friend at a popular coffee joint at the Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT).
“Three men were watching us from the restaurant entrance and the other two monitoring us near an auto-teller machine.
“One of them approached my table but my friend and I immediately got out. However, they kept following us but disappeared a while later,” he said.
Recently, Sanjeevan highlighted a case where an ex-drug dealer claimed to have bribed policemen for information on impending stakeouts.
The former drug dealer had claimed that he allegedly paid the cops between RM30,000 and RM50,000 a month.
The man, who is said to have turned over a new leaf, further alleged that some officers are persuading him to go back to his old activities and offered protection.
When contacted, Sanjeevan said the suspicious individuals tailing him earlier today could be linked to the drug syndicate. “It is obviously linked to the exposé I made regarding the ex-drug pusher,” he added.
Sanjeevan urged the police to look into the matter as he feared for his life. “I have already lodged three police reports on threats against me but no action has been taken.
I hope the police will take the matter seriously,” he said.