Alleged leader of deviant religious group under investigation after Muis files police report

The man accused of being a religious sect leader leaves a restaurant in town in one of three cars owned by his five female followers. ST PHOTO: ZAIHAN MOHAMED YUSOF
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SINGAPORE - The police are investigating a man who is allegedly the head of a deviant religious group with female followers, after a report was filed by the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (Muis).

Responding to queries from The Straits Times, a Muis spokesman said on Friday (Oct 29) that it had concluded its investigations into the alleged deviant teaching.

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