“He has encouraged terrorism in public,” they said in their lawsuit.
“This is a dangerous person as he is banned in a few countries on suspicion of working with terrorist groups.” The group is also seeking a court order that Naik be considered a threat to Malaysia, together with an order to stop him from coming to the country or remaining here, if he is already in the country.
“Nothing more than that.” Earlier, the High Court set Sept 21 as the new date for the lawsuit by Hindraf chairman P Waythamoorthy and 18 others against the government for allegedly harbouring Naik.
Perkasa was made a party to the suit after applying to be an intervenor in the case along with the home minister, the director-general of the Immigration Department, the National Registration Department, the inspector-general of police and the government.
Seriously, she is truly a good person who volunteer her free time to help poor children to read according to her blog. The story is and uploaded them to her Facebook profile where they were made public accidentally or her account was hacked.