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Monday, July 2, 2007

Apa Sudah Jadi, PM?


In the past few weeks, serious allegations of wrong doings of the IGP Tan Sri Musa had been reported in Malaysia Today web portal (read here and here) and Tan Sri Musa himself dismissed such report as a mere slander (read here and here). READ THE LATEST REVELATION IN HERE

As if the Prime Minister is condoning such action of corruptions in this country, he had extended Tan Sri Musa tenure as Inspector General of Police (
Bernama report here and The Star, here), simply brushing aside the serious allegations and taking no consideration of the rakyats sentiment over the allegations. Apa sudah jadi, PM?

When Deputy Minister of Ministry of Home Affairs Datuk Johari Baharom was alleged received of RM5 Million to release the underworld figure from detention which was report by the anonymous website, he was immediately referred to the ACA for further investigations.

But why is allegations against Tan Sri Musa was being treated differently. Is PM Abdullah Badawi practice of selective prosecution in Malaysia. Is Tan Sri Musa or for that matter IGP, above the Law of this country?

DPM Najib, when asked about the serious allegations against Tan Sri Musa, had this to say, "“I don’t know about the allegations. Let me check,” (read here and here). Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said he was not aware of the postings on a website involving the country’s top police officer.

Anyway as a consolation, Deputy Internal Security Minister Datuk Mohd Johari Baharom was quoted by a local Malay daily as having said that the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) was free to investigate Musa over the allegations. He said ministry secretary-general Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Yusoff would monitor developments.

PM Abdullah should direct the ACA to investigate Musa, if he does not wish to be seen as in collusion with the Police and serious about fighting corruptions in this country.

Even former IGP Tun Hanif wrote in his weekly column "Point of View", said the contents of the allegations against Musa are exceptionally defamatory and it won’t do for the maligned authorities to merely wish them away. He even suggested that, if the allegations hasn't true, action should be take against the author of the articles.

Well then, the ball is in the PM Abdullah hands. So, what you gonna do Mr Prime Minister?

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