TV host-entrepreneur, Neelofa is once again getting to the headlines on social media for violating the SOP for Hari Raya Aidilfitri. However, netizens had enough of her violating the SOP and getting away with just a fine.
Recently, netizens created a petition for a movement to imprison Neelofa. The petition is named #PenjarakanNeelofa, and it is gaining popularity on the Internet.
The petition was created by a netizen, who goes by the name ‘Hentikan Double Standard’ and in the description, he explained that Neelofa had violated the SOP multiple times and has wasted the efforts to the authorities to curb Covid-19 in Malaysia.
He said that it is time for the authorities to take action against her and her family as they had not seem to learn their lesson.
He shared a list of SOP violation that she and her family had committed:
- Neelofa & PU Riz Wedding Ceremony at Grand Hyatt – March 2021 (action was taken)
- Honeymoon in Langkawi – March 2021 (no legal action was taken)
- Crossing the state to Nilai 3, Negeri Sembilan without a solid reason, instead went to a carpet shop – May 2021 (no legal was action taken)
- Neelofa and all family members gathered at home during Aidilfitri – May 2021 (violated SOP Aidilfitri, no legal action was taken)
The description continued “Based on these repeated offenses, we urge the Government of Malaysia and the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) to imprison Neelofa immediately without compromising, as a clear message to the Government to not apply double standard laws to VVIPs & dignitaries!”
Meanwhile, Neelofa and her husband have pleaded not guilty to violating the SOP during the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) while travelling to Negeri Sembilan to a carpet shop.
In addition, Neelofa is facing one charge for failing to register with the MySejahtera app or manually at the premises in Nilai, where she went shopping for carpets. While her husband faces two charges, namely, failing to register with the MySejahtera app or manually and for failing to wear a face mask in a public place.
Both were granted a bail of RM5,000 and RM20,000 respectively and the case is set to re-mention on 4 June.
Nonetheless, the petition is gaining momentum and several thousand of people had sign and pledge their support to imprison Neelofa.
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