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berita dipetik dari Kosmo:

Lelaki mengamuk ditembak mati

SUSUNAN gambar yang dirakam kamera litar tertutup menunjukkan Khalil Afandi dan Muhdalina memasuki pekarangan pejabat Jabatan Perdana Menteri di Presint 1, Putrajaya semalam sebelum memecahkan cermin kereta petugas di situ. Mereka bertindak agresif apabila diarahkan menyerah diri sebelum ditembak oleh anggota polis. Gambar kecil, Khalil Afandi dan Muhdalina.

PUTRAJAYA – Seorang pengikut ajaran sesat yang menggelarkan dirinya sebagai Imam Mahdi mati ditembak ketika menceroboh kawasan Kompleks B, Jabatan Perdana Menteri (JPM) di Presint 1 di sini semalam.

Kejadian menggemparkan selama 20 minit yang bermula pukul 2.30 petang itu mengakibatkan Khalil Afandi Abd. Hamid, 47, mati setengah jam kemudian ketika dirawat di Hospital Putrajaya. Dia terkena dua das tembakan di tangan dan bahagian bawah perut.

Rakannya yang turut menceroboh premis itu, Muhdalina Ahmad, 28, cedera apabila terkena tembakan di paha. Ketika itu mereka membawa bersama senjata tajam seperti pedang samurai, keris dan tiga bilah pisau.

Beberapa saksi memberitahu, Khalil Afandi yang pada mulanya memakai jaket berwarna hijau kemudian membukanya dan dalam keadaan tidak berbaju, dia menjerit mahu menggulingkan kerajaan dan bertakbir beberapa kali.

Ia merupakan kejadian pertama penceroboh ditembak mati sejak pusat pentadbiran negara berpindah dari ibu negara ke sini pada 1998 iaitu 14 tahun lalu.

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berita dari Utusan: 

Polis gagalkan cubaan amuk

PUTRAJAYA 9 Julai – Kompleks B, Jabatan Perdana Menteri (JPM) di sini hari ini, kecoh apabila seorang lelaki dan wanita dikatakan mengamuk sambil melibas pedang samurai sehingga menyebabkan orang ramai dan penjawat awam lari bertempiaran menyelamatkan diri.

Ketua Jabatan Siasatan Jenayah, Ibu Pejabat Polis Kontinjen Kuala Lumpur, Datuk Ku Chin Wah berkata, dalam kejadian pukul 2.30 petang itu, kedua-dua suspek berjumpa anggota polis bantuan yang mengawal pintu masuk kompleks itu untuk meminta kebenaran masuk ke pejabat Perdana Menteri.

“Apabila tidak dibenarkan, dengan tiba-tiba lelaki yang mengaku sebagai Imam Mahadi itu mengeluarkan pedang samurai sebelum mengacukan kepada anggota polis bantuan bertugas.

“Kedua-dua mereka terus bergerak sehingga ke kawasan blok B1 sebelum mengamuk dengan memecahkan cermin beberapa kereta yang berdekatan dengan blok itu,” katanya dalam kenyataan yang dikeluarkan di sini hari ini.

Utusan Malaysia difahamkan, lelaki yang tidak berbaju itu dikatakan memberitahu mahu menggulingkan kerajaan dan bertakbir beberapa kali.

Kejadian itu menyebabkan orang ramai dan penjawat awam tidak dapat memasuki bangunan tersebut apabila pintu pagarnya ditutup oleh pihak polis bagi mengelak sebarang kejadian yang tidak diingini.

Serentak itu, Chin Wah berkata, sepasukan anggota Unit Kereta Peronda (MPV) Ibu Pejabat Polis Daerah (IPD) Putrajaya dikejarkan ke tempat kejadian.

“Anggota-anggota MPV yang sampai cuba memujuk, tetapi diserang oleh kedua-dua suspek dan mereka kemudian ditembak oleh anggota polis berkenaan.

“Suspek perempuan cedera di paha kanan manakala lelaki pula di bahagian tangan dan ari-ari bahagian kiri,” katanya.

Beliau berkata, kedua-dua suspek ditangkap dan dihantar ke hospital untuk rawatan dan butir-butir suspek serta motif kejadian dalam siasatan.

“Suspek lelaki disahkan meninggal dunia semasa dalam perjalanan ke Hospital Putrajaya,” katanya.

Sementara itu, Ketua Polis Daerah Putrajaya, Asisten Komisioner Abdul Razak Abdul Majid pada sidang akhbar di pejabatnya berkata, berdasarkan maklumat awal, mangsa dikenali sebagai Khalil Afandi Hamid, 47, manakala suspek wanita adalah Muhdalina Ahmad, 28.

Katanya, kedua-dua suspek yang menganggur itu dikatakan mengenali satu sama lain sejak seminggu lalu dan Muhdalina adalah bekas pelajar Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Malaysia (UIAM).

“Kami juga dimaklumkan bahawa lelaki terbabit memiliki seorang anak manakala suspek perempuan mempunyai dua anak,” katanya.

Ketika ditanya adakah kedua-dua suspek mempunyai kaitan dengan jaringan pengganas, beliau berkata, perkara itu masih dalam siasatan polis.

“Begitu juga dengan dakwaan suspek adalah seorang penulis blog yang dikatakan mengutuk pihak berkuasa,” katanya.

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Man killed and woman injured after running amok at PM’s Department

PUTRAJAYA: The daily routine at Complex B of the Prime Minister’s Department turned chaotic when a man and woman, seemingly harmless as they approached the entrance, suddenly whipped out samurai swords.

The pair triggered security to swing into action when they started to wave the swords menacingly.

The two damaged cars and attacked policemen before being shot. The man, identified as Khalil Afandi Abd Hamid, 37, later died at the Putrajaya Hospital.

When they showed up at the entrance of the office at 2.30pm yesterday, an auxiliary policeman rushed out to stop them from entering but was instead taken hostage.

“The man held the samurai sword to the policeman’s neck and walked past the security post before releasing him,” said Putrajaya OCPD Asst Comm Abdul Razak Majid.

“The duo then ran amok and smashed the windows of a Hyundai Accent and a Perodua Kancil parked in the open air car park of the complex,” he said, adding that the rampage lasted about five minutes before an anti-crime squad arrived.

ACP Abdul Razak said the two were very aggressive and even attacked members of the squad by smashing the front windscreen of their vehicle.

At the same time, two officers arrived in another vehicle and attempted to apprehend the duo but they, too, were attacked.

“One of the officers then fired three shots, hitting the man in his left arm and groin, while the woman was shot in the thigh.

“The suspects were immediately rushed to the Putrajaya Hospital for treatment but the man died 15 minutes after arrival,” he said.

Witnesses said the suspects, who had arrived in a car, initially looked calm as they walked towards the entrance.

However, as they got closer to the security post, the man started shouting, apparently complaining about the services of a government agency. They suddenly whipped out the swords and started swinging them, causing passers-by to run helter-skelter.

ACP Abdul Razak said they have yet to establish the motive, but suspected the two could be related to a deviationist sect.

Initial investigations showed the pair had only known each other for about a week and added that Khalil’s wife had come to the hospital after being informed of the incident.

“The wife said the man had declared himself as Imam Mahadi’,” he said.

Imam Mahadi is mentioned in several sunnah as the promised messiah who will arrive to reestablish uprightness before the day of judgement.

The husband of the woman also visited her at the hospital.

The female suspect, a 28-year-old mother of two, is being detained for further investigation.

ACP Abdul Razak said police recovered the two samurai swords from the scene.

The complex is located about 100m away from the Perdana Putra Building which houses the Prime Minister’s Office.

Complex B houses, among others, the Economic Planning Unit (EPU) and the Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit (Mampu).

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news from Bernama:

Man brandishing samurai sword shot dead

A police officer holds the samurai sword used by Khalil Afandi Hamid near the Prime Minister’s Department in Putrajaya. NSTP/Ahmad Irham Mohd Noor

PUTRAJAYA: The police shot dead a man who went on a rampage wielding a samurai sword, while accompanied by a woman brandishing a similar sword, outside the Complex B of the Prime Minister’s Department this afternoon.

The Prime Minister’s Office is located in Complex A.

Putrajaya police chief ACP Abdul Razak Abdul Majid said unemployed Khalil Afandi Hamid, 47, died on the way to the Hospital Putrajaya.

He said that in the 2.30pm incident, Khalil Afandi and the 28-year-old woman — a former student of the International Islamic University Malaysia — tried to enter the guardhouse but were prevented by an auxillary policeman.

“At that juncture, the armed man trained the sword at the neck of the policeman before the duo entered the premises and began slashing the windscreen of two cars belonging to employees of the Prime Minister’s Department,” he said in a news conference at the Putrajaya police headquarters here today.

Abdul Razak said when members of a crime prevention branch arrived at the scene in a police patrol car, they too, were attacked by the duo.

He said a patrol car unit arrived later to try and calm the two suspects but were also set upon by the duo.

“At that juncture, a member of the patrol unit fired three shots which hit Khalil Afandi’s right hand and abdomen while the woman sustained a gunshot wound in the right leg,” he said.

photo: NST

Abdul Razak said while the man died on the way to the hospital, the woman was reported to be in stable condition at the hospital.

Initial investigations revealed that Khalil Afandi, who is survived by a son, had declared himself as ‘Imam Mahadi’, while the woman is a mother of two.

The dead man and the woman, who is also unemployed, were believed to have acquainted with one another, just last week.

On an allegation that they were bloggers, Abdul Razak said it was being investigated.

BERNAMA

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