Inspector-General of Police Musa Hassan today challenged opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim to provide evidence on his allegation that an Israeli intelligence agent is working in the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM).
He said police needed concrete evidence including all information obtained by Anwar before starting detailed investigation on the matter.
"Provide evidence on the matter...so that it's easy for us to investigate because we can't start an investigation without any evidence," he said when contacted by Bernama, here today.
Musa, who declined further comment on the matter, said police would open investigation as soon as they received complete information from Anwar.
He said this when asked to comment on the disclosure in Parliament today by Anwar who claimed that there was an Israeli agent working in the communications server room in Bukit Aman.
Anwar claimed that the agent concerned was also working for Asiasoft Malaysia, a sub-contractor involved in Master Plan Consulting Sdn Bhd to upgrade the the police communications system.