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Abdul Hamid Bador says the arrests have nothing to do with politics, race or religion.
The duo have alleged they were held for 4 days last month by Kangar police without being given a reason.
He says police are looking into reports that a woman went missing after shootout near Rawang.
He says police have hired experts to analyse the videos.
P Uthayakumar says the family of the three men shot dead are demanding answers as to why no shots were directed at their legs if police had only wanted to apprehend them.
This comes after the father of a woman involved in a shootout with police in Rawang made startling claims about the authorities.
Sternest action may be taken against government officers, citizens or foreigners involved because of national security, says Hamid Bador.
IGP says this ‘second phase’ of arrests will take place soon.
Abdul Hamid Bador says police had nothing to hide and an inquest would clear the air.
The cocaine was found in 60 sacks mixed with coal in three containers at Butterworth port last week.
Abdul Hamid Bador says cops are still consulting certain experts in probe into the incident.
Abdul Hamid Bador says he never asked to be IGP and just wants to deliver a clean police force.
It says the IGP’s Standing Orders must also be included in the IPCMC bill.
The nation's top cop says police will act to maintain public order and national security.
Patriot president Arshad Raji says the IGP is correct in not making public the findings of a police probe as the investigation papers are now in the custody of the office of the attorney-general.
Inspector-General of Police Abdul Hamid Bador says there is nothing unfair about the arrest of the PKR Perak chief.
The Malaysian public is less interested in the political struggles within PKR than the actual crime committed.
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The inspector-general of police also reveals that two more arrests have been made, taking the total to 11.
Top cop says video is very likely authentic, but that the facial recognition process proved to be negative.
Abdul Hamid Bador says there is no external influence or pressure from anyone in the matter.
Abdul Hamid Bador says he only told former police officer Md Ali Amir Batcha he had a right to pursue his claims in the courts.
Former CID officer alleges that he was falsely detained without trial under the Emergency Ordinance and sacked from the police force.