Speculations are aplenty on social media, particularly Twitter, after police issued their statement.
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The police released a media stament yesterday looking for one Roslizal Bin Razali.
Bukit Aman’s head of corporate communications Assistant Commissioner Skandaguru Anandan urged the people who have information on Roslizal to contact the investigating offficer, Inspector Mohammad Fairol Abu Bakar.
The police are looking for Roslizal to assist investigations under Section 4(1) of the Sedition Act 1948, Section 505(C) of the Penal Code, and Section 233 of the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998.
KENYATAAN MEDIA KETUA KOMUNIKASI KORPORAT PDRM pic.twitter.com/dvszjLJBhv— Polis Diraja M'sia (@PDRMsia) April 6, 2023
Section 4(1) of the Sedition Act states that
While the police statement and wanted broadcast did not specify the exact statements under the Sedition Act that are being investigated, Twitter users speculated on which social media account that was involved in the investigation.
Many took to tagging the account they suspected, with one asking the person to contact the investigating officer.
However there is no confirmation if their speculation is correct as the person behind the account has not replied to the many tweets he was tagged following the police’s statement.
The last tweet posted was 15 hours ago.