RPK, who is in Bangkok today with Haris Ibrahim, has been asked to go to the Malaysian embassy in Bangkok to give a statement tonight.
An alert was issued on the Malaysia Today website. He is apparently not under arrest so far. Free Malaysia Today reports that RPK has declined the request to give a statement at the embassy and instead met police at his hotel.
RPK was in Bangkok to meet Malaysians there and to start the Thailand Chapter of the Malaysian Civil Liberties Movement (MCLM). Haris and he were scheduled to give a one-hour talk followed by a one hour Q&A.
On Friday, police reportedly summoned blogger Din Merican to Bukit Aman and interrogated him for three hours. They wanted to know about his relationship with Raja Petra and about RPK’s recent TV3 interview, The Star website reported.
Does this mean RPK and Din won’t be attending the Asean ‘responsible blogging’ conference tomorrow?