Haziq lodges police report, says he fears for his safety

Muhammad Haziq Abdul Aziz posted pictures of the police report. (Facebook pic)

PETALING JAYA: Santubong PKR Youth chief Muhammad Haziq Abdul Aziz has lodged a police report, saying he is scared for his safety after outing himself as one of the two men in viral videos engaging in homosexual acts.

He also said he wants to counter the allegations against him by netizens, cybertroopers, an aide to a minister and other critics.

Haziq lodged the report this afternoon at the Kelana Jaya police station.

He also posted on his Facebook page pictures of the police report, which are not clear.

A caption with the post said: “You can call me anything you want but i was never raised a liar”.

In the police report, Haziq said he had been accused by a senior government official of having a political agenda despite making a sworn confession earlier that he was one of the two men in the videos.

He said he was scared when an aide supposedly sent by the second individual in the videos – which he claimed was a minister – met with him at a restaurant in Putrajaya and asked him to lie about the recordings.

Haziq claimed that when he rejected the request, the man made a threat.

Selangor police chief Noor Azam Jamaludin confirmed to FMT that police had received the report.

FMT is not identifying the man or others listed in the report.

Earlier today, Haziq, an aide to Deputy Primary Industries Minister Shamsul Iskandar Mohd Akin, was suspended with immediate effect.

Shamsul Iskandar said Haziq had been instructed to respond to a show cause letter within three days.