Cops to work with Indonesian counterparts in probe on ballot papers

Some of the ballot papers found in a shophouse in Bangi, Selangor. (Facebook pic.)

KUALA LUMPUR: Police will cooperate with their Indonesian counterparts on the discovery of a number of documents allegedly linked to the republic’s presidential election in Bangi and Kajang.

Inspector-General of Police Mohamad Fuzi Harun said in a statement the case did not involve any violation of Malaysian laws, Bernama reported.

On Thursday, a video went viral on social media showing hundreds of black and white plastic bags allegedly containing Indonesia’s postal voting papers in warehouses in Bangi and Kajang.

It was reported that about 300 plastic bags filled with the ballot papers were found in Sungai Tangkas, Bangi, and Taman Kajang Utama.

Voting for Indonesia’s legislative and presidential polls is on Wednesday.

Early voting for the one million registered Indonesian voters in Malaysia is being held today.