New Delhi rebuts PM’s ‘India don’t want Zakir back’ claim

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Indian minister says it has instead been 'persistently and relentlessly' pursuing the fugitive.

New Delhi has rebutted Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s assertion that India did not insist on the return on Islamic preacher Dr Zakir Naik., Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar was quoted saying that India has instead been “persistently and relentlessly” pursuing the fugitive.

He currently lives in Malaysia, where he enjoys permanent resident status granted by the BN-led government.“There is an extradition request . We want Zakir Naik back and that is what we are working on,” Jaishankar was quoted telling reporters there yesterday.between the two prime ministers in Russia earlier this month.

During the interview, the premier insisted that no other country was willing to accept Zakir. He added that India also had not insisted on the preacher’s return.


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Now we hear the truth. Please act, there’s no excuse anymore.

It's like the Selangor MB didn't get any report people becoming sick due to the haze. Mahathir also didn't get any report India wanted their fugitive back.

Was this prove is enough to let ZakirNaik get justification on his accusations in India ? Malaysia rule of law.. usual 😀☺️...Journalists...if u have guts...take Mahathir to task...we are breeding terrorist 🤣

India, you know where he is, you know his address, so why don't you send your drones to take a few photos of him. And, while you are there....

Enough la malaysiakini...

Is lying sanctioned by the religion? Seems so to me.

Rakyat is busy about haze here, these buggers are traumatising about ZN..cittt!

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