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IGP is not the judge and above the law to decide where the children shall be put.

This is a contempt of court, but there is no party can enforce the law except the police.

IGP is revolted against the nation and judiciary system, and he should be fired and charged for rebellion against the king.

The king should order his army to arrest police IGP for rebellion against the king.

IGP: Cops take middle stand dealing with child custody

KOTA KINABALU: The police are taking the middle ground in dealing with child custody cases involving different decisions made by the Syariah and civil courts.

Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar (pix) said to ensure fairness to those involved, the police will place the children in child-care centres and thus will not enforce the decisions of the two courts.

“In this way, their parents have the opportunity to visit them,” he told reporters after chairing a meeting with Sabah police senior officers and police chiefs in Eastern Sabah Security Zone (ESSZone) today.

Khalid said this when commenting on two child custody cases in Perak and Negri Sembilan recently.

“I have directed the district police chiefs (in the areas) to discuss with the relevant parties so that the children are placed in child-care centres,” he added.

Last month, the Appeals Court dismissed an application by N. Viran, a Muslim convert known as Izwan Abdullah, to set aside the Seremban High Court decision giving custody of his two children to their mother S. Deepa, a Hindu.

In Ipoh, M. Indira Gandhi got a court order earlier this year to cite her ex-husband Muhammad Ridzuan Abdullah for contempt of court after failing to hand over their youngest child, Prasana Diksa (Umm Habibah), 6, in accordance with the High Court order on March 11, 2010.

Meanwhile, in Putrajaya, Chief Justice Tun Arifin Zakaria said there will be legal consequences for individuals who do not abide by court rulings.

However, he refused to elaborate further and said it will be up to the affected individuals to pursue legal recourse.

“There will be legal consequences when high court rulings are not abided to, but it is up to the (affected) individuals to pursue it,” he told reporters during a press conference at the Palace of Justice.

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