KUALA LUMPUR: Topop Mohamad Fuzi Harun today provides the police involved in a temporary protocol that resulted in a violent death in Subang Jaya, after a video of a man who was believed to have been killed in # 39; to force it down.
Fuzi said the individual who declared that his frustration was an earlier member of the Parliamentary Volunteer Reserve (PVR).
"He was once offered to PVR, but we emphasized his services by some problems.
"That's why the police are involved (in protest) are not true," he told reporters after a job at the Royal Malaysia Police College.
On Monday, a group was named in Sri Maha Mariamman Temple in US 25, which resulted in a storm, where several people were injured. The temple was also switched off, while some bikes were disappeared.
Earlier Tuesday morning, a protest against the removal of # 39; The temple was probably miscarried or manifested in fire at more cars and attacked a battle. The office of land developers was also dropped.
When asked to ask for an attack from & # 39; Firefighters, Fuzi said he had had a special spectator to identify the involved people.
"We have sent a team of Bukit Aman to help the Selangor police to identify people who are not only the fire, but also the police.
"We are in the middle of collecting information and evidence, and we want those who have taken the initiative to get ahead."
Fugitive Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim, 24, was critically injured after he was believed to have been attacked by rioters when trying to expel the fire at various apartments outside the temple.
He has since been transferred to the National Heart Institute.