Double standards in rule of law

WE all know that Jamal flouted the laws of our country and fled to Indonesia. He did not in anyway disturb the peace of Indonesia; nor did he go against the laws there either. Yet, the Indonesian government was blind to colour, race, creed and religion. It was sensitive only to the rule of law and extradited Jamal back to Malaysia swiftly. Salute to Indonesian rule of law.

Now, we are also begging the International Communities to extradite Jho Low, back to Malaysia.

But Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad's Cabinet refuses to extradite Zakir Naik to India based on their own interpretation of rule of law and brought disgrace to Malaysia. I wonder if Malaysians have wronged in GE14.

P. G. K. Naicker