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PKR leader held for ‘threatening’ teacher

Contributed by Anonymous on Monday, April 25 @ 08:48:46 CDT

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Teoh El Sen | April 25, 2011
PKR Puchong division chief S Murali was picked up by the police yesterday and is being investigated for criminal intimidation.


PETALING JAYA: PKR Puchong division chief S Murali was detained by the police for allegedly threatening a school teacher.Murali, who is the Selangor Tamil Schools Parents Association president, was arrested around 3.30pm at a secondary school in USJ, Subang Jaya, yesterday.


Contacted this morning, Subang Jaya district police chief ACP Zainal Rashid Abu Bakar confirmed the arrest.

“He was arrested in connection with a criminal intimidation case. He had allegedly scolded a teacher at the school located in USJ8 last month,” he said.

The police chief also stressed that it was a “normal case and had nothing to do with politics”.

Murali, whose remand ends tomorrow, also had several police reports lodged against him in the past for alleged criminal intimidation.

Zainal said that the police were also investigating those cases.

Meanwhile, PKR vice-president N Surendran told FMT that at the moment, the party would not hold an internal inquiry into the matter.

“We are aware of his arrest but as far as we are concerned, Murali is just being investigated. We don’t know if there is any substance to the complaint.

“But if the teacher files a complaint with PKR, then the disciplinary committee will investigate the matter,” he said.

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Friday November 12, 2010, The Star

PKR man vents anger at Kok and council chief

PUCHONG: Tension was high at the meeting on the temple dispute yesterday when Puchong PKR chairman S. Murali berated Kinrara state assemblyman Teresa Kok and Subang Jaya Municipal Council president Datuk Adnan Ikshan.

Kok had come to visit SJK (T) Castlefield together with Adnan shortly before a press conference was scheduled to begin. Murali said Kok and Adnan had no business coming to the school.

 “Why are you coming now? You should have come before the demolition,” Murali said while pointing at Kok. “Do you think that Tamil schools are cow sheds?” Kok replied that she had no knowledge that the temple store would be demolished.

“Don’t simply shout at me,” she said. Murali accused Kok of only visiting the school to gain cheap publicity. Adnan responded by saying that he was not there to create any trouble. “I am only here to help resolve certain issues with the school and the temple authorities,” he said.

“Please get out of this school. All of you are not wanted here,” an emotional Murali shouted. Kok and the press members then walked out of the school compound and held the press conference at the temple.

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PKR suspends division chief
Teoh El Sen | April 28, 2011, FMT
S Murali's party membership has been suspended with immediate effect after he was found guilty of four charges.

PETALING JAYA: Puchong PKR division chief S Murali has been suspended from the party after being found guilty of several misdemeanors.

The suspension of Murali’s membership would take place immediately, said PKR disciplinary committee chairman Dr Tan Kee Kwong.

Tan said the committee had received complaints from four PKR members earlier this year and had heard all cases and an explanation from Murali. The complaints against Murali included:

  • Criticising the Selangor state government in the media in relation to allocations given to Tamil schools
  • Rioting/ disturbing a dialogue chaired by Selangor state exco Dr Halimah Ali at the Selangor state secretariat and leading a group of men to attack a Mr S Kumareval there.
  • Acting harshly towards Seputeh MP Teresa Kok when she was visiting a Tamil school in Puchong
“Unanimously, the committee found that he was guilty of those accusations,” said Tan, adding that the political bureau had been notified of the decision yesterday.

Last Sunday, Murali was in the news after he was arrested by the Subang Jaya police for allegedly threatening a school teacher in USJ.

It was learnt that there were numerous reports of criminal intimidation lodged against Murali.

 
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