Tourists ignore media reports about possible terrorist attack inJune 20th, 2010 - 2:20 pm ICT by ANI
Petalingjaya (Malyasia) June 20 (ANI): Media reports about the
Kek Lok Si and Batu Caves temples being targeted by terrorists,
has not deterred the number of tourists visiting these spots.
“I believe the police will do their job well and monitor the
area,” The Star quoted salesman Chan Yoong Wei, a tourist from
Ipoh, as saying.
“The number of visitors had been the same over the past few
days”, claimed Sri Subramaniar Swamy Devasthanam temple chairman Datuk R. Nadarajah.
On Friday, the newspapers had highlighted that various militant
outfits like al-Qaeda and the Jemaah Islamiah linked to
Indonesian Muslim cleric Abu Bakar Bashir planned to destroy the
The tourists however have expressed their confidence about the
police keeping the situation. (ANI)
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