NGOs Hand Over Forensic Report on Gay Sex Video to Selangor Sultan

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Two NGOs handed over the forensic report by a British firm on the gay sex video implicating Economic Affairs Minister Mohamed Azmin Ali to the Sultan of Selangor, Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah today, blaming lack of action by the authorities.

Pertubuhan Bangkit president Shahrin Azlan, 39, said the video which went viral is “shameful to the country” as Azmin is part of the Cabinet.

Shahrin said Azmin is the assemblyman for Bukit Antarabangsa and MP for Gombak, both located in Selangor.

Three days ago, Bangkit and Sekretariat Suara Rakyat (SSR) handed over the forensic report to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, and last week to Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

Today, the sultan’s private secretary Munir Bani received the report from Shahrin and Gerak Padu Selangor chairman Muhamad Faisal Sufar at Istana Bukit Kayangan.

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Shahrin said they were compelled to do so because Mahathir had not acted on the issue.

“It has been a week and there has been no action from the prime minister. We, the people of Selangor, are disappointed,” he told reporters.

He said the issue involved the integrity of the nation and hoped that the truth could be established soon.

Shahrin said if no action is taken by next week, Bangkit will hand over the report to every ministry and also to the public in Gombak.

On June 12, former Santubong PKR Youth chief Haziq Aziz admitted to being one of two men seen in the clip engaging in sex acts.

He named Azmin as the other individual, a claim the minister strongly denied, saying it is aimed at destroying his political career.

Haziq was arrested twice, in June and July, to assist in investigations on the video.

Inspector-General of Police Abdul Hamid Bador said on July 18 that CyberSecurity Malaysia confirmed the authenticity of the video, but could not identify the men in the footage.

CID chief Huzir Mohamed was reported to have said the forensic report by the UK’s Verden Forensics had been handed to CyberSecurity Malaysia to be analysed. – FMT