The police will be calling in Bersih 2.0 and Red Shirts leader Datuk Jamal Md Yunos over the clash which took place between the two groups last week at Sabak Bernam.
Selangor police chief Datuk Abdul Samah Mat said they have just started their investigation and will be calling in all those who gathered illegally as neither group had permits.
“We are not only investigating the particular investigation but the rally itself. All those who gathered there did not get any permit.
“We will be calling in all parties including Jamal,” he told Malay Mail Online when contacted today.
“We just started the investigations. We are trying to identify what happened in Sabak Bernam and of course we will call everyone who was there,” Abdul Samah added.
Jamal, who is the Sungai Besar Umno division chief, and the Red Shirts gathered in Sabak Bernam last week to stop the Bersih convoy from making their nationwide tour ahead of the November 19 rally.
Several of the Red Shirts were seen causing serious injuries to a Bersih supporter, who was allegedly pulled off his motorbike, kicked and punched, to the point that he could have been killed.
Local daily New Sunday Times reported last week that the police are identifying and searching for the Red Shirts who allegedly assaulted two Bersih supporters on motorcycles and threw eggs at them in Sabak Bernam, Selangor.
The NST also said Tawau police arrested a man over suspected links with a group that had damaged three vehicles from Bersih 2.0’s convoy in Sabah.