The Crown Prince of Johor has claimed that the Malaysian government is spying on him and his father

This is the second time Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim has claimed he is under surveillance.
The Straits Times

The Johor Crown Prince claimed in a Facebook post on Saturday (Sept 8) that the royal family is being spied on — again — and this time by the former Barisan Nasional (BN) administration.

This is the second time Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim has said he is under surveillance, the first being in 2016 — when he said his phone was tapped and the police had a special file on him and his father, Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar.

In the Facebook post, Tunku Ismail said that someone had tried to sell him a surveillance devices made in Israel — devices that BN used in the May elections to guard against   “cyber warfare”.

The devices have been identified by The Malay Mail — one intercepts phone messages and calls, while another tracks the location of a target.

In April, Tunku Ismail posted on Facebook a warning against “‘a forked-tongue individual” which the same Malay Mail reports notes was “a thinly-veiled attack on Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, without naming him”.