DAP Secretary-General Calls for Swift Action from Home Ministry and Police after Violent Attack

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – DAP secretary-general Anthony Loke has urged the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Royal Malaysian Police to take immediate action following a violent attack on the family of a party member. Loke, who also serves as the Minister for Transport, emphasized the importance of maintaining public safety and order in the wake of the incident.

Expressing sympathy and solidarity with the victim’s family, Loke strongly condemned the violent attack and emphasized the unacceptability of using violence to address societal differences. He also confirmed that a police report had been filed and expressed confidence in the police’s ability to swiftly investigate and apprehend those responsible for the crime.

The police are currently working to identify and locate the individual suspected of throwing the Molotov cocktail, according to a later update provided by the authorities.

The incident has sparked widespread concern and calls for accountability within the Malaysian political community. As the authorities continue their investigation, there is a growing emphasis on the need to address and prevent such acts of violence in the future.

The safety and well-being of all individuals, regardless of their political affiliations, are paramount, and swift and thorough action is necessary to ensure that such incidents do not recur in the future.

In response to the violent attack on a party member’s family, DAP secretary-general Anthony Loke has called on the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Royal Malaysian Police to prioritize public safety and swiftly address the incident. The authorities are currently working to identify and apprehend the perpetrators responsible for the attack, which has sparked widespread concern within the political community. Efforts to prevent such acts of violence in the future are being emphasized as the investigation continues.