Wednesday, April 1, 2015

MP instigated PDRM to kill

KUALA LUMPUR - Kinabatangan Member of Parliament Datuk Bung Mokhtar Radin, commenting on the series of #KitaLawan rallies over the past few weeks, has suggested that police to be more aggressive towards Opposition supporters.
He said the way police had handled those who participated in the rallies was extremely nice compared with police in other countries.
“The Opposition keeps organising street rallies, but when police arrest them, they say police are bad and abusing their powers.
“In other countries, police would’ve pointed a gun to their heads. Should the police heed their demands or be aggressive with these people?
“Especially towards Kapar MP; arrest and put him in prison,” said Bung Mokhtar during the parliamentary session today.
Tension filled the hall for a while as several Opposition leaders stood up, angered by the statement by the controversial MP.
Among them was Kapar MP G. Manivanan, who explained that they were not against the Inspector-General of Police carrying out arrests, but only wished that they were carried out in accordance with the law.
“We’ve never said the police can’t arrest. They can investigate, that’s not a problem, but do it appropriately. Don’t request for two or three days’ remand and sit there watching TV.


“The two state assemblymen arrested for participating in #KitaLawan watched Robocop from the start to the end. That time could’ve been used for investigation as our MPs have work to do outside.
“But, at the same time, don’t exert unnecessary pressure or provocation. What we’re asking is for the IGP and police not to abuse their power.”
The heated debate went on for around 15 minutes as Batu MP Tian Chua, who was also arrested over the #KitaLawan rally, joined in.
“The phrase ‘keep on fighting’ is ours, but it was used by the Opposition to accuse our judiciary system as unfair; they want to fight the judges, the court?
“If the case sided them, they said the judge was good, carried out his responsibility. But if the judge is not on their side, they say the judge is possessed by the devil and all sorts of other allegations.
“Our police are extremely good. Like this Batu MP, the name is ‘Batu'; the head is also batu (rock),” added Bung.
The arguments eventually stopped after Parliament’s deputy speaker Datuk Seri Dr Ronald Kiandee managed to return order to the hall. - Therakyatpost
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WHEN A CRONY INSTRUCTS THE POLICE TO SHOOT AND KILL INNOCENT PEOPLE IT IS NOT WRONG.
BUT WHEN JOURNALISTS, NGOS AND OPPOSITION LEADERS POINT OUT IT IS WRONG TO MISUSE AND MISMANAGED THE PEOPLE'S MONEY IT IS SEDITIOUS.
WE LIVE IN A NATION WITH LAWS THAT HAS NO PRINCIPLE.

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