KUALA LUMPUR, April 8: Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim said the police need only to refer to the parliament's hansard if it wants to investigate the involvement of Israeli secret agents in the country's security system.
Anwar was responding to a statement by Inspector General of Police Musa Hassan to the media over revelations on Tuesday that two members of the Israeli secret service had been stationed at the police headquarters in Bukit Aman.
Saying there was no point of summoning him to give statement, Anwar said the hansard would provide strong proofs pertaining to the allegation.
"What's the use of calling (me), he made a statement, so investigate what is already there," he told reporters at the parliament lobby today.
Anwar also revealed yet another evidence of Zionist links with the government, in the form of a statement by Public Accounts Committee (PAC) chairman Azmi Khalid mentioned in the minutes of the Committee's meeting on August 11, 2008.
Anwar added he would write to the Rulers' Council in his capacity as Opposition Leader, adding that the move was being taken as there was no other way of convincing prime minister Najib Razak to terminate the government's contract with Apco Worldwide and Asiasoft (M) Sdn Bhd, two companies which have been at the centre of the storm over their links with shady Israeli organisations.
speaking at the Dewan Rakyat on Tuesday, Anwar presented confidential documents exposing the Royal Malaysian Police's dealing with two Israeli programmers to develop its Police Reporting System (PRS).