Dr. M: Devotees should not take the law into their own hands



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Third Mahathir Mohamad comes to the National Heart Institute to visit the fireman Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim, who was badly injured in the brokers outside a temple in USJ25 on Tuesday.

Kuala Lumpur: Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad has a temporary devotee to not take the law into their own hands, and then alert the cops immediately.

"It was said that the developer was sent to the temple when the Malaysian indigenous devotees came inside, they were acting against them.

"The devotees should have called the police and reported there are intruders in their temple but they did not.

"They took matters into their own hands, resulting in trouble," he told reporters during a press conference after visiting a firefighter injured in the Hindu temple in Seafield, USJ25, Subang Jaya.

Mahathir was attacked on the firefighter, which was on duty outside of the Shri Mahaham Mariamman temple on Tuesday morning, attempting to kill.

He said Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim, 24, who is critically injured, would be dead now if not for the doctors and life support machines.

Adib, which was primary in the intensive care unit of the Subang Jaya Medical Center, was transferred to the National Heart Institute (YJN) last night.

"Here the damage is so much more and he will die." If he's dead, the charge will be for murder, "Mahathir said, adding that police were trying their best to find the culprit.

Mahathir has demonstrations in Malaysia needed to be carried out in a peaceful manner.

"This is not a demonstration – this is something that people want to kill, they come with paranoia."

Commenting on reports that the developers' counselors had hugged tugs to break into the temple, Mahathir said that was the wrong thing to do.

"They did not think it was when they asked Mali to take charge of the Hindu temple. They are foreigners, they do not understand Malaysian practices or culture.

"If we find out who is the one who has this, the Sages or the Attorney-general will have to find some accusations against him," he adds.

In a previous statement, the prime minister said that the violence at the temple was criminal in nature and the perpetrators would be dealt with the law.

On accusations that the police had been slow to deal with the crisis, he said they did not aggressively behave as they were exercising the issue of such sensitive religious issues.

On Monday, a morning morning between the devotees and a second group of intruders in the temple saw 18 cars tortured and at least two seriously injured.

Then on Tuesday morning, a collection in the temple with more than 1,000 people began to pretend to be unreliable after a car parked on the opposite side of the road was set on fire.

When a fire truck arrived in the scene to douse the fire, protesters ordered the truck, forcing it to retire.

A Emergency Medical Rescue Services and a fire engine vehicle are also vandalized, reported by the crowd.

The crowd also vandalized the office of the developer, one city, located about 500m away, pelting the building with rocks and smashing the glass doors and windows.

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