M’sia wants Australia to share terror intel – police chief

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Malaysian Police Inspector-General Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar has called upon Australia to share any information on terror threats concerning Malaysia, as they want to know on what basis a travel advisory on the matter was issued, New Straits Times reported.

Khalid said he was disappointed with the advisory, saying that if Australia knew something it should have shared with Malaysia.

“We do not know on what basis Australia issued the advisory on. Should they know something we don’t, share it with us. we always share information and the security status especially on terrorism with them,” he said.

He said that in all circumstances the police have ensureed the safety and security of the country. “We are committed to ensuring Malaysians and tourists are safe,” he added.

Khalid acknowledged the threats in Sabah but noted they will continue to carry out proactive actions to ensure security is kept intact and to prevent any untoward incidents.