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Afraid of the Malaysian Police, Nur Sajat Hides in Thailand

Dethan Dario


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It looks like the Malaysian Police will not put a stop on their chase until they catch transgender influencer Nur Sajat whose whereabouts is yet to be known by the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (JAIS).

A whistleblower has recently surfaced saying that Sajat is now hiding in Thailand.

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The whistleblower however did not disclose details as to how she managed to escape borders despite strict protocols.

In this new lead, Malaysian Police have become more eager in tracking down Sajat.

Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador, the Inspector-General of Police, also confirmed that they had details about Sajat’s hiding in Thailand.

“Yes, she’s now in a neighbouring country. I already advised Sajat to come back and show up in court,” told the Inspector General.

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The investigation for the songstress becomes more intriguing as Royal Malaysia Police (RPM) also confirmed that their office is still investigating whether or not Sajat escaped the country.

Director of the Bukit Aman Criminal Investigation Department (JSJ) also told the public that the authorities are not ruling out the possibility that Sajat has already escaped the country.

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The hunt for the cosmetics entrepreneur came after her controversial cross-dressing in a ‘sacred’ event. A warrant of arrest for Sajat came several months after the queer personality was slapped with an arrest warrant for not in court despite orders.


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