A man who says he was beaten after sending texts to Fiji prime minister Frank Bainimarama says he is concerned with the police investigation into the case.
Joseva Bilitaki says he waited for five months to receive information about the use of his songs by the FijiFirst party of Frank Bainimarama during campaigning for last month's elections.
Mr Bilitaki says out of frustration he sent angry texts to Mr Bainimarama last month and then the same day four army officers turned up at his home, detained him, beat him, and put him under police guard for five days, even while he was recovering in hospital.
He says he's concerned that the police have not responded to his request for a photocopy of the medical report into his injuries.
"For two days now I've never heard from the investigating officer, nothing was ever taken or recorded about what was done to me up until when I released my statement on Friday, that's what appeared in Saturday's paper."
Last week, the police commissioner said he hoped their investigation would be finished by today.