The official said the two government agencies appeared to be contradicting each other.
“The government needs to establish the facts. Either the foreign ministry or the Attorney-General’s Chambers must immediately come out and clear the air as to whether they have received a formal request from India to extradite Zakir Naik.”
He raised the possibility that the Indian government might be mistaken about whether Putrajaya had received its request for the extradition of Naik.
Dr Ramasamy, DCM II Penang, confirmed today that India did send the extradition request in January. Malaysiakini reported (extracts):
Penang Deputy Chief Minister II P Ramasamy stated otherwise.
“A formal request has been made. The Indian authorities have informed me of this,” he told Malaysiakini this afternoon.
The Indian media yesterday quoted the republic's Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) spokesperson Raveesh Kumar as stating that the formal request for Zakir's extradition was made in January this year.
"In January this year, we made a formal request for the extradition of Zakir. At this stage I can tell you that our extradition requests are under consideration by the Malaysian authority," Raveesh said.
He's fCking furious that Mamak is dragging his heels when the honour of an international treaty is at stake, though he ought to know Mamak doesn't give a shit about treaties, whether to Chin Peng or Singapore or China (ooops, all Cinapek lah). Maybe it's a first for non-Islamic India.
am I the only capati among the cinapeks?
The tok-kok thus far have been to save local Indian politicians' faces (eg. Gobind, Kula, etc) because the Imperator has already said fCk the Indian government, and thus no Malaysian official dares to initiate the extradition. Most quiet is Lim father-son team, wakakaka.
Mahathirism is truly alive and well today. Push the Zakir Naik extradition issue a bit more and Ops Lalang II may even occur, wakakaka.