‘Discussions only if no provocation’
the table. We will start discussions by Tuesday,” he said.
“However, we will only lead this discussion on the condition that there will no longer be any provocation or gathering at the temple, and all parties must abide by the state government’s orders to ensure the safety and security of all.”
He added that any decision regarding the temple will be put on hold until discussions between the related parties are concluded.
The Shah Alam High Court had earlier yesterday rejected a bid by the temple to postpone the takeover of the land by One City Development.
On concerns that the court’s decision would lead to more protests, Amirudin urged the temple task force and committee to prevent the premises from becoming a centre for instigation and provocation.
“If they want to organise prayers, that is okay. But if there are gatherings involving speeches, I think the police will take stern action,” he added.