The hunt for controversial trans figure Nur Sajat is still ongoing. Up until this day, the authorities have been focusing on tracking her down in order to bring her to justice.
Most recently, the General Operations Force (PGA) Battallion 3 has distributed pictures of Sajat (full name Muhammad Sajjad Kamaruzzaman) at border control posts in an effort to ensure she does not escape to a neighbouring country.
According to GOF Northern Brigade deputy commander, ACP Mohd Noh Khamis, photos of the wanted entrepreneur had been distributed since last month. However, no information had been received in regards to her whereabouts so far.
“We are always monitoring the borders tightly. Currently, the (border) gates are not open to the public and only heavy vehicles carrying industrial goods are allowed to cross the border. The closest country for her to go is Thailand, so we will continue to observe,” Mohd Noh was quoted as saying.
He further added, “There might even be an attempt to disguise herself [as someone else] to avoid being detected by authorities. So we will continue the strict control at the security checkpoints.” Mohd Noh stated this in response to the question on whether the PGA had tightened control at the border posts to make sure the “Bobo Di Mana” singer didn’t flee to other countries.
Just prior to the recent update, the Director of the Bukit Aman Criminal Investigation Department, Datuk Huzir Mohamed revealed that Sajat may had gone overseas after allegedly going AWOL since the arrest warrant was issued against her a couple of months back. Huzir revealed this after the cops received “certain reports” saying she had gone abroad.
Meanwhile, Immigration Department of Malaysia (JIM) director-general Datuk Khairul Dzaimee Daud said that they couldn’t reveal any information on the prolonged issue, as they opted to not to interfere with the investigation. He briefly stated, “We’ve already shared details on the case to relevant parties.”