Kuala Lumpur, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Bin Mohamad said Tuesday that his government will not accept the demand of extradition of the controversial Muslim preacher Zakir Naik. Naik was allegedly involved in terrorist activities and money laundering cases. That’s why India is looking for him. According to the news, three days after meeting Naik, the Malaysian Prime Minister said that her government will ensure that all aspects of the matter before considering any demand are considered.
In the first public comment after the meeting with Naik on Saturday, Mahathir said, “We do not accept the demands of others easily. Before answering, we have to pay attention to all the aspects. ‘He said that in the event of not doing so, a person can become a victim. On questions related to India’s demand for extradition of Naik, who is a permanent resident of Malaysia, Mahathir said, before accepting any demand, his government will look at all aspects.
In the meantime, Naik expressed thanks for the Malaysian government and Prime Minister Mahathir for staying in Malaysia and considering his case logically. According to an online news, Naik said that he looks good as part of the diversity of Malaysian society. He salutes its sensitivity. He can not spoil his balance in any form, anytime. Can not violate the law of the country in any case.