The police chief explained that the officer at the scene was a 'junior' (suggesting that he was inexperienced in handling such matters).
"So Noor Azam has given us his word that action will be taken immediately against those responsible (for the protest)," said Jeyakumar, who overseas non-Muslim affairs in the state.
He also revealed that numerous police reports have been filed over the incident.
"Many of the (reports) are by NGOs, councillors, PAS Youth, PKR Youth and some individuals," he said.
The half-hour meeting was held at the Shah Alam police district headquarters and was attended by Shah Alam PAS MP Khalid Samad, DAP MP Charles Santiago and state exco Ronnie Liu as well.
The residents who gathered after the Friday prayers, placed the head outside the gates of the state secretariat building for a short period before removing it.
Santiago said it was "weird" that the dozens of policemen "watched silently" when the protesters were spitting on and kicking the bloodied cow head.
"I also strongly condemn the lack of action on the part of the police, who have subtly been accomplices to the act that is totally disrespectful of Hindus," he said.
'Only five were residents'
"And I believe the five residents are Umno members as I have met them before," he claimed.
In a related development, Malaysian Indian Youth Development Foundation (MIYDF) chairperson SA Vigneswaran urged all Hindus in the country to remain calm and not overreact.
"This is an act of a minority Muslims in Malaysia who have no ethics. They are inciting racial and religious hatred," he said in a statement.
On the same note, he also called upon Indian youths to "stop blogging with anger and texting to each other and leave the wrongdoers in the hands of the authorities."
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