Former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak on Thursday accused the police of harassment and disturbance.
The police, deploying more than a dozen of SUVs, sedans and police trucks, on Wednesday night raided several places in relation to Najib, including a private residence and two luxury condominium in Kuala Lumpur.
Several personal items such as handbags, clothes and gifts were seized, reported the Malaysian state news agency Bernama on Thursday morning.
In a statement, Najib’s lawyer Harpal Grewal said police harassment continued for almost 18 hours though Najib indicated his will to cooperate fully.
“Nothing meaningful has come from the search and seizure of what would appear to be insignificant personal items,” Grewal said.
At one point, he said the police even tried to...