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Azhar Sulaiman lodges report against bullies

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KUALA LUMPUR: Tired of being bullied in the cyberworld for showing support to Barisan Nasional, actor Azhar Sulaiman lodged a police report at Taman Tun Dr Ismail police station today.

He claimed, a group dubbed the cyber trooper and believed linked to the opposition had attacked his Facebook page om Sunday and was subsequently disabled.

He condemned the irresponsible act of this group who had posted insulting and threatening comments on his opinion oriented videos on Facebook and Youtube last week.

The 42 year-old who has never called for a press conference in his entire career felt that his freedom of expression was violated.

"I am disappointed because I cannot practise my freedom of expression. While the opposition was shouting about the freedom of expression, here I am being stopped. All I did was to show my support to BN and urged my FB friends to think outside the box," he said.


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