Is this report true when PDRM says no more fights?? Joshua
April 9 2013
Idjirani said that fighting between the Royal Sulu Sabah Security
Force and the Malaysian security forces erupted in Sabah on the nights
of April 6 and 7 in Tanjung Batu, a village in Lahad Datu. He said 12
to 13 Malaysians killed or Injured suffered “heavy casualties.”
He said the recent arrival of the “RSSF volunteer fighters” was a “signal”
to the Malaysian government that the sultanate would now press for its
claim over its “Ancestral right over Sabah North Borneo”
“They provoked us, and now we are going beyond our initial demand, that we want to live in peace on our land,” Idjirani said.
“The sultanate’s demand now is to recognize our ancestral right,” he added.
According to Idjirani, fighting between the ROYAL SULU SABAH FORCE (RSSF) and Malaysian
forces took place on the night of April 6 and 7. He claimed that the
Malaysians suffered “heavy casualties” while there were no reported
injuries or deaths among the “RSSF volunteer fighters.”