No request made by Singapore to nab Shokri

Federal police Criminal Investigation Department director Deputy Commissioner Datuk Abdul Hadi Ho told The Malay Mail there has been no request by Singapore police to extradite referee Shokri Nor.

Bukit Aman Anti-Vice, Gambling and Secret Societies Division (D7) principal assistant director Datuk Abdul Jalil Hassan said: “We’ve confirmed with Interpol and there has not been any request from Singapore (to arrest Shokri)."

Jalil is also part of a integrity committee set up by the FA of Malaysia and the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) monitoring match fixing in the country.

He said: “We are monitor his movements, including his daily activities at his house in Sungai Petani and in Kulim.

“He is still holding his police identification card but he is suspended from the force at the moment.”
It is learnt that former Malaysian footballer Thanasegar S. Sinnaiah, who was also charged with corruption in Singapore, has fled the republic and his whereabouts are unknown. His passport was also impounded.

“We have no information on Thanasegar,” said Jalil.

Read the full report in The Malay Mail today

Pic by The New Paper, Singapore

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