Malaysian police are looking five areas connected to expelled Prime Minister Najib Razak, police executive Amar Singh told Reuters on Thursday.
Police swoop on disrespected Malaysian ex-chief’s home
Singh, the leader of the business wrongdoing division, did not give some other subtle elements.
No less than twelve furnished policemen entered Najib’s home late on Wednesday after he came back from petitions at a mosque, Reuters witnesses said. They seized purses and couple of other individual things, a legal counselor for Najib said.
The pursuit there was proceeding into the morning. Other than Najib’s private living arrangement, police are additionally looking through the head administrator’s office and the official habitation, The Star daily paper detailed. Two spots at a townhouse where Najib’s family is accepted to possess property were additionally looked, it said.