Malaysia Police Investigating Death Threats by LTTE Tamil Terrorists
Commissioner Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay said he was puzzled why the threats were made against him as he was no longer the head of E8. Johor police will be working closely with its Selangor counterpart after death threats were made against state police chief Commissioner Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay by LTTE Tamil terrorist operative sin Malaysia.
Datuk Ayob, who was previously head of the Special Branch’s Counter-Terrorism Division (E8) at police headquarters before being promoted to Johor police chief in February this year, said investigations were ongoing to identify the suspect, believed to have links with the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) terrorist ring in Malaysia.
“I received the threats two weeks ago from a man who contacted my personal assistant claiming that three LTTE members from Selangor were coming down here to kill me. Bernama news agency reported the senior policeman as saying: “We believe these people (suspects) are locals, because the call was made to a personal assistant in my office using Bahasa Malaysia, and we are investigating the case now.
He added: “There are rumours that the LTTE want to be removed from the list of terrorist groups in Malaysia or maybe there are certain parties that want to take the opportunity to play up the LTTE issue again.”
The LTTE is a defunct terrorist group that was based in Sri Lanka, with symphathisers in Malaysia and other countries. In specially, during the active time of LTTE Tamil terrorism vast number of LTTE terrorist use Malaysia as a transit point to enter Europe illegally.
The illegal weapons dealing of LTTE terrorist were carried out through Malaysia. Notorious arms dealer of the LTTE named, K P was arrested in Malaysia immediately after end of Tamil terrorism war in Sri Lanka in 2009.