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PDRM Waiting On Thailand To Extradite Nur Sajat

PDRM Waiting On Thailand To Extradite Nur Sajat

The cosmetics entrepreneur escaped to Thailand and is applying for refugee status with Australia.

Hakim Hassan

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The police have sent a request to extradite wanted cosmetics entrepreneur Nur Sajat Kamaruzzaman from Thailand, according to Bukit Aman Criminal Investigation Department Director Datuk Seri Abd Jalil Hassan.

Berita Harian quoted Abd Jalil who mentioned that applications have been sent to both Thai and Australian authorities to bring her back to Malaysia.

Based on reports, Sajat originally planned to migrate to Australia after managing to flee the country to Thailand.

The application process for Sajat’s extradition has been completed and has been sent to the Thai authorities and a third country, Australia. Currently, we are waiting for further decisions from the Thai authorities and third country before the process of bringing Sajat back is done.

Bukit Aman Criminal Investigation Department Director Datuk Seri Abd Jalil Hassan

Abd Jalil added that if there are no problems, the process of bringing Sajat back will be implemented according to international legal channels.

READ MORE: Sajat Found At Luxury Condo In Thailand After Evading Malaysian Religious Authorities

Police will continue the repatriation process as Malaysia and Thailand are bound by a treaty that allows the process to repatriate wanted persons or wanted criminals to be carried out. This application will be made in the near future but it depends on the country whether it will meet our request or not.

Bukit Aman Criminal Investigation Department Director Datuk Seri Abd Jalil Hassan

Based on reports, the entrepreneur applied for a refugee card from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) to obtain permission to migrate to Australia, and is waiting for approval.

Sajat decided to flee the country after the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (JAIS) reportedly tried to charge her in court.

READ MORE: Sajat Vs JAIS – Here’s A TLDR Of The Drama Surrounding The Arrest


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