Last week, the Head of Pahang Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) Noor Jehan Abu Bakar, suddenly found herself caught in a drama after she tweeted about the VVIPs who were 2 hours late in the tree planting event she was at.
Her tweet claimed that the Regent of Pahang Tengku Hassanal and other high-ranking officers were 2 hours late for the Buffer Zone Ecosystem Restoration Programme that was held in Pantai Chenor, Kemaman, Terengganu.
Noor Jehan said the event was supposed to start at 8 am and she had to travel all the way from Kuantan to attend it. However, the VVIPs arrived at 10.18 am, which was about 2 hours after the scheduled time.
However, Noor Jehan did not expect that her tweet will spark outrage among netizens with some accusing her of attempting to defaming the Regent of Pahang Tengku Hassanal, the event’s organisers Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) as well as the Kuantan City Council.
Following that, it is said that some parties had lodged police reports against her and she was finally summoned by the police for investigation over the post she made on 18 July.
In a follow up thread, Noor Jehan explained that at the police station, she was asked a total of 9 questions, 7 of which were of the tweet itself.
“They did not confiscate my phone, alhamdulillah. They also treated me courteously. They thanked me for coming in to be questioned. I thanked them also for making it fast,” she said.
They did not confiscate my phone, alhamdulillah.— 🐈🐈🐈🐈🐈 (@KucingKuncitara) July 25, 2022
They also treated me courteously
I was accompanied by my lawyer, Hon Kai Peng.
“I hope the people who reported me…. may you be increased in stupidity a thousandfold more. You just wasted the taxpayers money just to please your ‘masters’.”
She then asked why she was brought in by the police for something small but they have yet to take action against Najib even though hundreds of reports were made against him.
“A few reports against me and I was called up. What about the 100s of reports from all across the country against Najib that has not seen any progress? A makcik making soaps at home is more of a threat than a humungous kleptocrat,” she added.
Meanwhile, Noor Jehan’s post has managed to capture the attention of the Pahang Regent Tengku Hassanal himself and he had since apologised to Noor Jehan and explained that he was recovering from a high fever.
In addition, he also told the police to not stir up further drama over the incident.
“I have just found out about this. I have asked the police to leave her alone, please don’t create drama,” he wrote.
“My personal message to Noor Jehan Abu Bakar: My sincere apologies for being late to the event. I was not feeling well that morning and had to take a few precautions for everyone’s safety. I really appreciate your time and concern. Thank you,” he added.
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