Insulting non-Muslim faiths: Dec 9 date to challenge AG’s failure to act

The High Court has fixed Dec 9 to hear a pass on application for legal survey to challenge the principal legal officer’s carefulness in not arraigning two Muslim proselytes for purportedly offending non-Islamic beliefs.

Legal advisor T Gunaseelan said Judge Ahmad Kamal Md Shahid booked the date during a new case the executives.

He said the AG was restricting his customers’ application to get the leave all together for the court to hear the benefits of the protest.

“We will likewise record a testimony in answer to the AG who has incorporated the notes of procedures from a Shah Alam officers’ court in this legal survey matter,” he said.

Judge Mohamad Redza Azhar Rezali had, on Sept 3, excused an application by Global Human Rights Federation president S Shashi Kumar to start private indictment against Firdaus Wong Wai Hung and Muhammad Zamri Vinoth Kalimuthu since the AG had ruled against documenting charges against them.

Redza said Shashi’s grievance couldn’t be engaged as Firdaus and Zamri had purportedly carried out a seizable offense and as such private arraignment under Section 133 of the Criminal Procedure Code was not pertinent.

In the legal audit application, S Sivakumar and M Rajasegaran needed a revelation that the AG’s choice not to charge Firdaus and Zamri, as recorded by the officers’ court, was invalid and should be subdued.

They likewise need a request from the court for the AG to record charges against the team, who were supposed to be connected to disputable evangelist Dr Zakir Naik.

The activity was recorded after representative public investigator Ainul Amirah let the justice know that the AG had no designs to indict Zamri and Firdaus.

Ainul said the AG was reluctant to indict Perlis-based evangelist Zamri and Multiracial Reverted Muslims author and president Firdaus as police had ordered their cases as “no further activity”.