Sajat posted a 38-minute long video on her social media, where she claimed that she was ill-treated by the people from the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (JAIS).
Though a lot of local netizens stood by Sajat in this case involving her and the Islamic religion department, one particular Twitter user thought the opposite. According to her, “She’s spinning the story to get sympathy votes from the LGBTQ gang, and a lot of them are mad at these religious riders.”
She added, “The people at JAIS even catered to her to change the remand date, and they even spoke to her in a polite manner,” the netizen shared. As pointed out by her, Sajat was the one who refused to cooperate with the authorities.
“The officer had warned her several times that they will use force on her if she didn’t cooperate, as they have the right to do so. I listened to this video because I wanted to see what JAIS did wrong. But this time, JAIS is not at fault, but Sajat was in the wrong,” Azeera added in another thread.
Despite the social media user’s argument, the ongoing case involving the controversial queer personality is still open to everybody’s interpretation. For those interested, check out Sajat’s explanation here: