All state police chiefs have been instructed to advise organisers on this, said Royal Malaysia Police corporate communications head Datuk Asmawati Ahmad.
Zakir is facing police investigation for intentional insult with intent to provoke a breach of the peace after 115 reports were received against him. He has been called up twice to the Bukit Aman national police headquarters to have his statements recorded.
The preacher from India, who is a permanent resident in Malaysia, is alleged to have made controversial remarks against Malaysian Hindus and Chinese during a talk in Kota Bharu on Aug. 3, prompting calls for him to be deported to India.
Zakir has been wanted by Indian police since 2016 for alleged money laundering and inciting extremism through hate speeches. — Bernama