INDONESIA will try not to interfere or influence investigations into the incident where three of its nationals were shot dead in Linggi, Negri Sembilan, recently.
Its acting ambassador to Malaysia, Mulya Wirana, said he was confident that the Malaysian authorities would handle the case fairly and transparently. "We are not trying to find fault, we just want justice," he said at Parliament House yesterday.
He was accompanying a seven-member delegation from Indonesia, here on a three-day mission to gather more information on the shooting and also on the working conditions of its citizens.
The delegation, comprising four senators and three representatives from its Human Rights Commission, is led by Senator Prof Dr Farouk Muhammad.
The commission's chairman, Ifdhal Kassim, said they would also be going to Perak to meet some of its plantation workers to learn more about their working conditions.
"We are not investigating here.
"We are merely trying to learn," he stressed, adding that the team's report would be handed over to the Indonesian government.
In the March 24 shooting, the three men were shot dead at a housing estate in Port Dickson after they allegedly tried to attack police when they were surrounded while trying to break into a house.
Indonesia has identified the trio as Herman, Abdul Kadir Jae-lani and Mad Noon from East Lombok.