KUALA LUMPUR: The investigation reports on the case against seized former Sabah chief minister Tan Sri Musa Aman are expected to be handed over to the deputy public prosecutor on Monday, August 27, police inspector general Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun said.
He said the police were busy completing the investigation into the criminal intimidation complaint filed by Musa by Sabah Governor Tun Juhar Mahiruddin on 14 May.
"The research in which he is involved is carried out in a transparent and honest manner on the basis of the provisions of the law," said the IGP in a statement on Friday (24 August).
He also confirmed that the police arrested the 66-year-old veteran politician on Thursday (August 23) to support investigations into the case.
"He was released on bail from the police after the police had not received pre-trial detention from the Petaling Jaya court.
"We expect the research documents to be handed over to the DPP on Monday," said Mohamad Fuzi.
Earlier it was reported that Musa was arrested in a private hospital where he is defended after his return from England on Tuesday, August 21st.
Magistrate Norshahirah Abd Salim, however, rejected the request of the police for Musa.
Musa reportedly had his statement taken by the police at the end of Thursday in connection with Juhar's report.
Sources said that Musa & s lawyer Amer Hamzah Arshad informed the magistrate during the hearing at the hospital that Musa had left the country through the appropriate channels & # 39; to seek medical treatment and to arrange personal matters.
It was learned that the various correspondence between Musa & # 39; s lawyers and the police was also shown to the magistrate to prove that he was willing to cooperate.