Formal request for the extradition of controversial preacher Zakir Naik

Yesterday, the Indian foreign ministry confirmed that they have made a formal request to Malaysia for the extradition of Zakir Naik.
Indian Foreign Ministry spokesman Raveesh Kumar has stated:
“At this stage, our request is under the active consideration of the Malaysian side. Our High Commissioner in Kuala Lumpur is in touch with Malaysian authorities.”
Mr Naik is wanted by Indian authorities over allegations of money laundering and spreading extremism including giving speeches which were cited as a reason for a terrorist attack in Dhaka, Bangladesh, which killed 22 people. India’s National Investigation Agency is also investigating Naik’s Islamic Research Foundation, over allegations of money laundering.

Myanmar requests extradition of 1,300 Rohingya it suspects of attacks on government

Myanmar is reported to have asked Bangladesh to extradite over 1300 Rohingya Muslims whom it suspects of having participated in attacks on government border posts in October 2016. In response to the attacks, Myanmar’s government initiated a wide-scale crackdown on Rohingya Muslims, which displaced over 600,000 people and has drawn criticism from the international community.