Friday, December 11, 2009

Inhuman Treatment By Sarawak Policeman

Friday, 11th December 2009

KUCHING - The police today apparently dumped a helpless old man by the roadside instead of taking him to a safe place.
It all began at 7.00 am today, when residents at Desa Moyan, Batu Kawa said that an MPV had taken away an elderly man in his 60s, who was causing a nuisance in the area.
The elderly man, said a resident, was not from around there and they had no knowledge of how he ended up in their housing estate.
They wanted the police to take the man away either to the police station or the Sarawak General hospital.
At 8.30, a group of men who were having a drink by the roadside stall at Jalan Stephen Yong were shocked to see an MPV stopping by the roadside and asking the elderly man to get out.
Several people saw the man refusing to budge and he was instead pushed out.
The MPV then sped off leaving the elderly man lying on the roadside with some injuries on his left forehead.
Baffled by the situation, the group of men went over to find out what had happened but the elderly man was unable to answer them. He said he had no idea where he was.
Angry at how an elderly man was dumped there, someone in the group called Wong King Wei, Special Assistant to DAP MP for Kuching, Chong Chieng Jen.
'Corporal admits to deed'
Wong searched the old man and found a piece of paper with a mobile phone number. Thinking it could be the next of kin, he called and the person answering identified himself to be one corporal Hamdan.
This 'corporal' Hamdan admitted it was he who put the elderly man by the roadside there as the old man had requested to be put there.
Giving the corporal a lecture, Wong said he was disappointed and disgusted with the police's attitude.
He then called for some friends who agreed to send the elderly man to the hospital.
Wong then proceeded to lodge a report at the Simpang Tiga police station and wanted the case to be investigated.
"It is a pure case of irresponsibility on the police's part. How can they dump a helpless man on the roadside. What if some knocked him down? Who will be responsible? At least take him to a safe place before finding out his next of kin," said Wong.
Wong hopes that the police would do a fair investigation and appropriate action would be taken against those responsible.

Monday, October 26, 2009

In Singapore Taxi driver punched in the face for asking guy to stop dangerous behaviour

This taxi driver sustained a deep cut on the mouth after being punched in the face for telling a man to stop shaking a lamp post.

Does it pay to be a civic-minded citizen, asks Shirley.In an email to STOMP yesterday (Oct 25), the STOMPer said:“A driver in his late 50s and his son were walking to the open air carpark at Changi Village to collect his car.“It was around 11 plus pm when he saw a guy in his late 20s shaking the lamp post violently. Afraid that the lamp post might collapse, the taxi driver advised the guy to stop as it was dangerous.“The guy agreed, but his friend beside him was not happy about it so he pointed his middle finger at the taxi driver.“Subsequently, the taxi driver got punched in the face and collapsed onto the floor. The taxi driver sustained a deep cut on the mouth and had to be sent to the hospital immediately. Apparently, the guys seemed to have consumed alcohol earlier on.“So should the friend be punished? Fancy hitting an elderly! From what I see, it does not pay to be a good civic-minded citizen.“So do we just pretend nothing has happened and walk away if we see something bad/dangerous happening?”

I believe this type of behaviour not only happen in Singapore but also in Kuala Lumpur particularly to the African passenger. Just ask any taxi driver in KL about the behaviour of the Africans.

Another Malaysian Brutality Against Indonesian Maid

Monday, 26th October 2009

KLANG – An Indonesian maid, rescued by police last week from a house in Taman Sentosa here with horrific wounds on her legs, face and arms, died here Monday morning.

Police have classified her death as murder. It was initially a case of vountarily causing grievous hurt by dangerous weapons.
Mautik Hani, 36, was found hidden in the toilet of the house at about 7pm on Oct 20, after a tip-off by a neighbor.

A married couple, believed to be her employers, have been arrested and remanded for further investigations
Mautik, from Surabaya, had apparently been locked in the toilet for two days when she was found.
She had a big wound on right leg that looked like it had been infected for some time while her face was swollen and bruised.
Mautik is believed to have worked in the house for the past two months and was locked in the toilet for two days before she was discovered.
She did not have any valid travel documents when she was rescued.

Died without regaining conscious

The victim was rushed to the Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital here where she was warded in the intensive care unit.
Hospital director Dr Ghazali Hasni Md Hassan said the victim, who had suffered multiple injuries, was unconscious when she was admitted and died without regaining conscious.
He said she was treated by a group of medical specialists, including orthopedic and anesthetic specialists, and a surgical team.
She was due for surgery but was not fit yet, he said, adding that she had not responded to antibiotics and drugs.

She was also suffering from malnutrition and dehydration, added Dr Ghazali.
District police chief Asst Comm Mohamad Mat Yusop said the case had been reclassified under Section 302 of the Penal Code for murder. It was initially investigated under Section 326 for voluntarily causing grievous hurt by dangerous weapons.
ACP Mohamad said a post-mortem would be carried out to determine the cause of death.

Police looking for employer's mum

“We are looking for at least three more people to help us in our investigations,” he added.
It is learnt that police are looking for the male employer’s mother, who also stayed in the same house, the informer who found Mautik, and a former employer of Mautik.
A 29-year-old woman was arrested on the same day Mautik was found and her husband surrendered to the police the following day.
Two officers from the Indonesian Embassy and Selangor executive councillor Dr Xavier Jayakumar were at the hospital to gather more information on the case
Dr Xavier said the Selangor state government expressed its deepest condolences to Mautik’s family and was prepared to help if her family needed help in sending the body home or if family members wanted to come to Malaysia to claim the body

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Majlis Bandaraya Kuching Selatan Method in Dumping Dog Carcasses-Surprising Finding!

21 Oct 2009 at 10.30AM

A Group of people gather by the roadside....What are they doing?
Yesterday, as I was driving to my workplace from attending the meeting in one of the government office, along one of the road in Samajaya Free Industrial Zone, I saw few people throwing something into the bushes.

The location where the activity was recorded

Being the Chairman of the security committee, I went to approach the group and asking them about their activities. One of them informed me (supposely the supervisor) that they were from the MBKS and they were there to throw or dumping the dog carcasses!

See Carefully the plate number of the vehicle used by the group

I was so surpised because I was not aware about Samajaya Free Industrial Zone Kuching being converted to animal burial ground by MBKS.
Free Industrial Zone is supposed to be a controlled/restricted place. It should not be turned into a dumping or burial ground for animal.
MID and MBKS should discuss about this matter.


Saturday, October 3, 2009

Malaysian Born Terrorist Buried In His Hometown in Full Muslim Rites!

Villagers and relatives offer funeral prayers in front of the casket of slain Islamist militant leader Noordin Mohammed Top, at a mosque in Pontian district of southern Johor state of Malaysia

This is the guy that has been wanted for his sin against the human being but when he was killed for the sin that he committed, was buried in a full muslim rites in his hometown. His body was flown-off from Indonesia fully paid by the government. Is he entitled for such special treatments from the government and on taxpayer monies....Did the government employ him as a terorrist in Indonesia. Many Malaysians (especially Ibans) that work abroad died in the line of their bodies but did not recieve the same treatment as Nordin Mat Top.

For me he was not better than Chin Peng. Atleast we knew that Chin Peng targeted the security forces mainly, but due to political reason, the government did not allow him to return. But this terrorist or Islamist militant who had been targeting the innocent civilians  during his struggle, our government helped to arrange and pay for the return of his slain body......And the most saddest thing, when his body was burried that 2000 relatives that attended the burial ceremony, chanting 'Allahuakbar' or 'God is Great' meant they endorsed his struggle..killing another innocent human beings.

Please readmore the article from AFP below :

Mourners carry the coffin of slain Islamist militant leader Noordin Mohammed Top after the funeral for burial in the Pontian district of southern Johor state of Malaysia on October 2, 2009.

Family members of Noordin Mohammad Top, one of Asia's most wanted militants, offer prayers ahead of his burial at his childhood village, outside the Malaysian town of Pontian, 300 km (186 miles) south of Kuala Lumpur

Siti Rahma, first wife of slain regional al-Qaida commander Noordin Top, in a black veil, is seen in Pontian, southern Malaysia, Friday, Oct. 2, 2009

Villagers dig a grave for a slain Islamist militant leader Noordin Mohammed Top in his native village in the Pontian district of the southern Johor state of Malaysia on October 2, 2009.

KAMPUNG MELAYU (Malaysia) - SLAIN Islamist militant leader Noordin Mohammed Top was laid to rest in his childhood village Friday, three weeks after he was killed in a raid on his Indonesian hideout.

Noordin's body was received in full Muslim tradition and following customary last rites he was buried here,' family representative Badarudin Ismail told AFP.
The leader of a violent splinter faction of the radical Jemaah Islamiyah (JI) network, the 41-year-old Malaysian was killed along with several other militants in Central Java in Indonesia three weeks ago.
Mr Badarudin said Noordin's wife, Ms Rahmah Rusdi, and his brother, Mr Yahya Mohammed Top, had travelled to Indonesia to claim the body and accompany the remains to Noordin's home village in southern Johor state.
'The body arrived at Kuala Lumpur International Airport earlier this afternoon and it was then brought straight here for religious rites at the Jamek Nurul Iman mosque in the village,' he said.
The body of the terrorist mastermind arrived at the small village in an ambulance, escorted by police outriders who were part of a heavy security presence.
The atmosphere was tense as they escorted the brown coffin all the way into the mosque, where it was briefly opened for family members.
Over 2,000 relatives, friends and local residents attended the funeral, with emotional scenes as two grief-stricken women fainted.
Police then escorted the coffin to the cemetery as chants of 'Allahuakbar' or 'God is Great' filled the air. After it was interred, Noordin's wife and relatives sprinkled perfumed water on the grave.
Noordin was buried next to his elder brother Arif Mohammed Top, who died of liver cancer less than two weeks ago. -- AFP

Thursday, October 1, 2009

PM's Residence In Putra Jaya Cost RM6 Million Or '3 days rental could buy 1 low-cost house Of Taxpyer Monies!

Article Malaysiakini

An opposition lawmaker has questioned the need for the government to pay a whopping RM6 million a year for the rental and maintenance of the prime minister's official residence in Putrajaya.

"It's definitely a waste of taxpayers' money. It means we are paying more than RM16,000 a day,"
Liew Chin Tong of DAP told Malaysiakini .
"We can buy a low-cost house for needy people with three days' worth of rental for the residence," he said.
He noted that the government is also paying a huge sum for the deputy premier's official residence. In a written parliamentary reply to Liew, Abdullah had revealed that the government forks out RM6 million a year for rental and maintenance works for his official residence, Seri Perdana.

According to the reply, RM4,149,000 is paid as rental to Putrajaya Holdings - the master developer of the federal administrative capital - while the remaining RM1,896,616 is for maintenance works. The government also pays RM3.4 million (RM2,273,888 for rental and RM1,129,992 for maintenance) for Seri Satria, the deputy premier's official residence. In total, this works out to about RM26,000 per day for both residences.

Liew, the Bukit Bendera MP said the prime minister and deputy prime minister do not need such "luxurious" residences at the expense of taxpayers, and that the sum can be channelled for better use.

"Look at No 10 Downing Street (the British prime minister's residence), it is just a humble building. Even the White House proper ( US president's residence and office) is smaller than Seri Perdana, which is just a residence," he said.

The government is bound by an agreement with Putrajaya Holdings to pay the sum for 25 years, from the time the first occupant of Seri Perdana - then premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad (left) - moved into the complex in 1999.

'More being paid in rent'

Mahathir had said the Putrajaya project had been funded entirely by the private sector and that government money was not involved. He was fending off criticism over the development of the mega-project. However Liew pointed out:

 "We are now paying close to RM1 billion to Putrajaya Holdings annually to rent all the government offices in Putrajaya, and the amount is increasing year by year since the government is occupying more offices."

According to Putrajaya Holdings' official website, its shareholders include Petronas via KLCC (Holdings) Sdn Bhd (64.41 percent); CIMB Group Nominees (Tempatan) Sdn Bhd (for and on behalf of Kumpulan Wang Amanah Negara, 20 percent); and Khazanah Nasional Bhd (15.59 percent). The Seri Perdana complex, located in Precinct 10, is a sprawling complex that covers 16 hectares and comprises three blocks for a main reception area, banquet facilities and the residential area.

According to AFP , Abdullah lives in the complex with his wife, daughter and son-in-law and their children.

"Even though the money is going back to a government-linked company, this should not be the case as the government should really own the building the prime minister occupies," he told AFP .

"What happens if the prime minister somehow gets evicted?"

Chief minister of opposition-controlled Penang state Lim Guan Eng questioned the payment of rent to Putrajaya Holdings.

"We can understand paying maintenance, but rental does not make sense," he said. "This also begs the question as to who are the directors of the company and who gets all the profit made by the company."

According to figures revealed in the House in 2005, the building of Seri Perdana cost RM24.17 million, with maintenance costing up to RM2.9 million a year. An additional RM15.81 million was spent for renovations that year as well. It has also been alleged previously that the building actually cost about RM200 million to build.
In 2006, an opposition MP revealed that a whopping RM20 million was allegedly spent for the security system in the premier's official residence.

RM16 mil spent on renovations
The high cost of building, renovating and maintaining the complex has always been a focal point for the opposition.

"It is wasteful to spend so much money on renting the prime minister's house when the country is facing such tough times," said opposition parliamentarian Hatta Ramli from PAS.

Sunday, August 23, 2009

Majlis Perbandaran Padawan Closed Eyes toward traders In Kota Sentosa That Used Car Park to Display their Products

Where to park our car? The car parks have been occuppied by the shopkeeper!

Majlis Perbandaran Padawan (MPP) has been seen as in-effective when enforce the regulations under their jurisdiction especially to the shopkeepers that using 5 foot walk path or the car park infront of their shops to display their merchandise .
This is rampant especially to the shopkeepers in Kota Sentosa or Mile 7th town.
See the photos below.

Where to park? Cant MPP work harder to enforce the laws before it was too late!

MPP enforcement division should walk extra miles to enforce the law. Even the selling of the fire crackers at 5th foot walk path infront of the gambling outlets illegally is also rampant especially during the main festivals!

MPP Wake-up before it was too late!

Monday, August 3, 2009

Anti-ISA Protest- Police Brutality Against Its Own Citizen

The police used of water canon and tear gas to disperse a peaceful protest in Kuala Lumpur was seen as the excessive used of force by many. SUHAKAM should in initiate an inquiry to acertain whether wether the used of water canon and tear gas was justify to disperse the peaceful crowd. The owners of the premises and business in Kuala Lumpur that affected by the protest should sue the police.

Please see the full report here.

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia -- Dozens of people, including a minor and a senior opposition politician, remained in custody Sunday after Malaysian police violently put down a mass street protest against a law that allows for indefinite detention without trial.
Opposition activists say the government's high-handed response underscores their concerns that Prime Minister Najib Razak will not fulfill his promises to protect civil liberties. Police used tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday to disperse an estimated 20,000 people in downtown Kuala Lumpur who were protesting the nation's Internal Security Act.

Almost 600 people were arrested in the protest, the country's biggest in nearly two years. Most of them were released, but 39 remained in custody late Sunday, said opposition lawyer Latheefa Koya.
Kuala Lumpur police Chief Muhammad Sabtu Osman said those held were being investigated for illegal assembly - an offense punishable by up to a year in prison and a fine.
He reportedly said protest organizers, including opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim, would also be questioned. Police had declared the planned protest by opposition groups as illegal.
Koya said those still in police custody included a senior opposition politician and the 16-year-old son of a terror suspect detained without trial for eight years under the security law.
The politician and others are expected to be charged in court Monday, she said. Two other minors, aged 13 and 17, were released Sunday.
"It is clear that nothing has changed in this country," Anwar said in a posting on his blog Sunday. "Whenever there is a peaceful assembly, the police are used by the elite powers ... to prevent the people from expressing their views."
Government leaders have dismissed the protest as an attempt by the opposition to gain political mileage. Najib said the protest was "unnecessary and only caused hardship to the people" as the government had already pledged to review the controversial law.
But analysts said the police action was a step back for Najib, who has been battling efforts by opposition parties to portray him as a leader who disregards public opinion on issues such as human rights and freedom of expression. He has been struggling since taking office in April to revive his government's popularity amid public dissatisfaction over economic mismanagement and racial tensions.
Ramon Navaratnam, chairman for the independent Center for Public Policy Studies think tank, said the crackdown showed that the government had failed to learn the lessons from a poor showing in general elections last year when it lost its traditional two-thirds parliamentary majority.
"(Najib) has said the right things but it's not materializing sufficiently.... Is he serious about it - to be liberal and reformist?" Navaratnam said.
Ibrahim Suffian, director of independent research firm Merdeka Center, also said the opposition had managed to wrest back some of the spotlight.
"Najib is trying very hard to show that he is concerned about reform," he said adding that the crackdown will be a boost for the opposition's claims that Najib won't tolerate dissent.
Saturday's protest was the biggest since November 2007 when tens of thousands of ethnic Indians demonstrated against perceived discrimination of their minority community.
Human rights activists have held numerous smaller protests over the years against the Internal Security Act, claiming it has been used in the past to jail hundreds of government critics. They say at least 17 people are being held under the law, mainly for alleged links to militants and document forgery. Since taking office, Najib has released 26 detainees, including five leaders of the ethnic Indian protest.

Friday, July 10, 2009

Khir Toyo Among The Most Corrupted Barisan Nasional Politician

Before I saw these photos, I was thinking that Taib Mahmud was the most corrupted BN Politicians. Taib Mahmud only managed to swindle billions of Sarawakian monies after of more than 20 years in power. But Khir Toyo ONLY less than 5 years in power managed to create wealth such as this balinese style mansion which cost RM 24 million.
Can a Chief Minister allowance which is less than RM20K/moth afford this banglo. Khir Toyo may gives 100 to 1000 excuses  but peole knew only through corruption and abuse of power  that made him afford to buy the house.
NOW, only MCC can help him from being prosecuted. MCC it all depending on your integrity now.......

Monday, June 29, 2009

Has The Owner of the Old Tyres Dumpsite Along Jalan Muara Tuang Been Charged?

Why is it so difficult to locate the owner of the Old Tyre Dumpsite located along Jalan Muara Tuang-Kota Sentosa ?
The site is situated just by the roadside, and has been operated for more than 3 years if I am not mistaken. Until now the local authority still could not locate the owner. Could it because the case involving someone inside Majlis Kota Samarahan or the Politician ?

The tyres caught fire at 3.30pm on 31st May 2009.
The state Fire and Rescue Department received a call from the public at 3.44pm and a fire engine from the Kota Samarahan Fire and Rescue Department with eight firemen was dispatched to the scene to put out the fire. At 5pm, another fire engine from the Siburan Fire and Rescue Department was sent to the scene as backup.
At 5.30pm, the fire was still burning and billowing black smoke could be seen from miles away.
Motorists passing by the fire scene stopped to watch the fire, causing a traffic jam.
Police were called to regulate traffic flow.

Monday, June 22, 2009

The Rich and Famous of Malaysian Politician - Mukhriz Tun Mahathir Can He Afford This Big House On A Deputy Minister Salary?

While some of us only can afford to live in a low-cost house and even some who are not lucky live in a delipated houses, but look at the house belong to Mukhriz Mahathir who is the son of the longest serving Prime Minister in Asia during his time.
Can A Deputy Minister salary afford to buy this type of house ? If not why didn't MACC do something about it ?

Lavish house warming.......

The house like that it is belong to Brunei Sultan

Tun Mahathir and his wife also attending

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