KUANTAN – Seven non-governmental organisations (NGO) have filed a police report in connection with an obscene comment made by an individual against Tengku Puan Pahang, Tunku Azizah Maimunah Iskandariah on the social website, Facebook.
The report was lodged at the Kuantan police headquarters here today, against the individual using the account name ‘Kagawa Onieshia’ for hurting the good name, image and dignity of Tunku Azizah Maimunah and the Pahang royalty.
The NGOs were the Pahang Royal Family Welfare Body, Federation of Peninsular Malay Students, Pahang branch of Kuntau Tek Pi Silat Association of Malaysia, Kuantan District Youth Council, Pahang Photographers Association and the Pahang Tamil Youth Bell Club.
‘Kagawa Onieshia’ was alleged to have written the comment in response to Tunku Azizah Maimunah’s advice over an irresponsible action of some football supporters who displayed a giant banner depicting the image of two dogs in the charity shield match at the Tan Sri Dato Hj Hassan Yunos Stadium in Larkin, Johor Bahru last Saturday.
A separate police report was also filed against those who displayed the banner during the match.
Pahang Royal Family Welfare Body secretary Datuk Seri Tengku Zulkifli Tengku Ahmad, when met by reporters said both actions were reckless, improper and insulted the Malay rulers.
“We, as citizens of Pahang hope that with this report, the police and the Multimedia and Communication Commission of Malaysia will take appropriate action against the perpetrators,” he said.
He said the actions of those involved in displaying the giant banner were also deemed extreme as it targeted the leadership of the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) whose president is Tengku Mahkota Pahang, Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah. – BERNAMA