Rumours spread easily but we don’t have to help them along.
“Kebangkitan Maruah Melayu” (Rise of Malay Pride/Dignity?) tshirts on sale at “red shirts” rally meeting
10 September 2015
Cops say no ‘red shirts’ menacing Chinese motorists
Cops say no ‘red shirts’ menacing Chinese motorists https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/311869
Police are investigating claims made on social media that members of a ‘red shirt’ group are harassing Chinese motorists in the capital.
In a statement today, city police chief Tajudin Mohd Isa said there has been no police report made of any such incident.
“Up until today, there are no such ‘red shirts’ roaming the streets of Kuala Lumpur undertaking such provocative actions as claimed.
“There are no police reports received over such incidents.
“The public is urged not to believe such rumours spread through social media as the intention is to create fear and disrupt public security and harmony,” he said.
Those who do face any such trouble from ‘red shirt’ group should proceed to the nearest police station and lodge a report, he added.