SHAH ALAM, Malaysia- Mohamad Sabu has claimed that police rammed into his motorcycle and he was thrown off during Saturday's Bersih 2.0 rally.
The PAS deputy president said he was on his way to Masjid Negara riding pillion when a Land Rover knocked the motorcycle, causing him to fall to the ground.
"I didn't know it was a police Land Rover at the time," he told reporters at the Selangor state assembly lobby.
"The impact threw me off and I rolled on the ground. They (the police) then brought me into the Land Rover and took me to a clinic in Jinjang, which referred me to a hospital," he added.
Mohamad, who showed his bandaged knee to reporters, said a check-up at the Selangor Medical Centre revealed that his right knee ligament was torn.
Shah Alam MP Khalid Samad, who had six stitches to the back of his head, claimed that he was hit by a tear gas canister in KL Sentral.
Meanwhile, acting city police chief Senior Asst Comm Amar Singh said Mohamad and Khalid could lodge police reports over their allegations.