If you’ve been following the news, Nur Sajat had reportedly gone missing soon after the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (JAIS) raided her luxurious home in Petaling Jaya. Since then, the search for the controversial queer personality is still on.
Just moments ago, a source told Harian Metro that Sajat (real name Muhammad Sajjad Kamaruzzaman) is currently hiding in Thailand. This comes several months after the queer personality was slapped with an arrest warrant for not showing up in court.
However, the insider declined to disclose more details on how she managed to escape to the neighbouring country. To quote the news outlet, it is still unknown whether the 35-year-old had travelled to Thailand illegally or had used a tour package that allows foreign tourists to enter the country on the grounds of business trips.
Meanwhile, the Inspector-General of Police, Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador has confirmed that Sajat is currently overseas. However, he has yet to reveal the specific country’s name. “Yes, she’s now in a neighbouring country. I already advised Sajat to come back and show up in court,” the officer stated when contacted by the news outlet.
Just last week, the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) revealed that they are currently investigating on whether the “Makhluk Penggoda” songstress has escaped from Malaysia. Director of the Bukit Aman Criminal Investigation Department (JSJ), Datuk Huzir Mohamed, said that the authorities didn’t rule out the possibility that Sajat is currently abroad. Still, the police observation is currently underway.
Not long after the reports about her disappearance came to light, Sajat found herself in hot waters when a short clip of her wanting to quit her religion went viral online. For those interested, watch the full clip here.
Source: Harian Metro.