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Stan
02-11-2005, 02:29 PM
Three dept heads under probe
By NURADZIMMAH DAIM
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 2:
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Three department heads at the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) are being investigated following a poison pen letter against one of them.

A source told The Malay Mail that the letter was aimed at a department director at MPSJ and that initial investigations linked him to two other department heads.

All three department directors were seconded from government agencies in 2002.

The source said an independent committee, chaired by MPSJ deputy president Abdul Ghani Salleh, was formed last week to look into the allegations in the letter.

“The committee has been given one month to investigate,” said the source.

He said the matter will be brought to the attention of Selangor Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Khir Toyo and State Secretary Datuk Ramlan Othman before further action can be taken, including lodging a report with the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA).

Late last month, after the council’s full board monthly meeting, a closed-door session was held among newly-appointed president Mohd Arif Ab Rahman and the councillors.

It is learnt that during the meeting, the councillors voiced their dissatisfaction over the conduct of the three department heads.

Mohd Arif said they were discussing whether their secondments to MPSJ should be extended.

“Their service was extended until 2007. Following complaints by the councillors, our recruitment division will hold a meeting in two weeks to discuss this, said Mohd Arif.

“All aspects, including legal issues, terms of service and the impact of not extending their service will be discussed.

“Investigations are being carried out and in time, the truth will prevail,” he said.

expat1609
02-11-2005, 02:38 PM
:D :D :D ....an independent committee, chaired by MPSJ deputy president ..... :D :D :D

looooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooool

penangkia
02-11-2005, 03:29 PM
:D :D :D ....an independent committee, chaired by MPSJ deputy president ..... :D :D :D

looooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooool


Remember there was another idiot politikus when interviewed on live TV and was asked a sensitive question, he replied:

"I can tell you, but please don't quote me"......over live TV. :D :D :D

No one can beat that man.

Teeque
02-11-2005, 05:12 PM
Well, this and other recent episodes just goes to show why local councils are under / not performing. So we know now that dept heads are spending much of their time penning poison letters and politicking, instead of addressing local township and residents issues...

Ski
02-11-2005, 05:23 PM
Probe? shoudn't the prober be probed first before he can probe..but who to probe the prober, now i am getting confused too.!!!!

GreenBug
02-11-2005, 05:35 PM
"SANDIWARA GOMEN TEMPATAN" Episod 2,005

Skrip : Kayveas
Director : MPSJ President
Screenplay : MPSJ Deputy President
Supporting Cast : Councillors
Producer : KT Ong M.C.A.

expat1609
02-11-2005, 06:04 PM
.....politicking...
:confused: :confused: :confused:
poly ticking
polit licking
.... ????
:confused: :confused: :confused:
:D

USJ27Resident
02-11-2005, 08:56 PM
After MPPJ - I knew this was coming.... sooner or later! :p

pcyeoh
03-11-2005, 04:09 AM
Anonymous "poison-pen" letters help bust corruption
Nov 2, 05 11:31am

Anonymous so-called "poison-pen" letters are helping Malaysia's Anti-Corruption Agency crackdown on graft, a report said.

Used to tarnish reputations, the letters are a feature of Malaysia's political landscape, allowing anonymous writers to vent allegations against officials and political opponents without the fear of being revealed.

But some of them have proved beneficial, with 31.46 percent of information used in anti-corruption investigations in 2004 coming from poison-pen letters, agency director Zakaria Jaafar said.

"We receive a lot of information in the form of poison-pen letters, without the senders' signatures. However, ACA officers will study the contents of the letters. If there are grounds for investigation, we will investigate," Zakaria told the state Bernama news agency.

Zakaria said they were investigated if they contained allegations of corruption, graft or abuse of power. And he urged letter writers with such claims to provide as much detail as possible.

"It will be more helpful if the letters contained particulars like the date, time and place of the alleged incident, witnesses, references on related documents, the amount of money or goods involved and the service rendered," he said.

"Likewise information like identification numbers, vehicle registration numbers, receipt numbers and account numbers can help us in the investigation."

While letters had been useful for investigators, Zakaria said he encouraged people to first lodge corruption complaints through official means.

http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/42585

Folks, if you have anything you see is not right, do write that letter but do it professionally and not with malice all the way. If you do write a credible 'poison pen letter' you will scare a shiit out of these officers who thinks that what they are doing can only be seen by God whom they don't seem to fear and yet they fear the God named ACA.

orchipalar
05-11-2005, 09:36 PM
Three dept heads under probe
By NURADZIMMAH DAIM
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 2:
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Three department heads at the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) are being investigated following a poison pen letter against one of them.

A source told The Malay Mail that the letter was aimed at a department director at MPSJ and that initial investigations linked him to two other department heads.

All three department directors were seconded from government agencies in 2002.

The source said an independent committee, chaired by MPSJ deputy president Abdul Ghani Salleh, was formed last week to look into the allegations in the letter.

“The committee has been given one month to investigate,” said the source.

He said the matter will be brought to the attention of Selangor Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Khir Toyo and State Secretary Datuk Ramlan Othman before further action can be taken, including lodging a report with the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA).

Late last month, after the council’s full board monthly meeting, a closed-door session was held among newly-appointed president Mohd Arif Ab Rahman and the councillors.

It is learnt that during the meeting, the councillors voiced their dissatisfaction over the conduct of the three department heads.

Mohd Arif said they were discussing whether their secondments to MPSJ should be extended.

“Their service was extended until 2007. Following complaints by the councillors, our recruitment division will hold a meeting in two weeks to discuss this, said Mohd Arif.

“All aspects, including legal issues, terms of service and the impact of not extending their service will be discussed.

“Investigations are being carried out and in time, the truth will prevail,” he said.

Err...well it's about FREAKING time...they do something about it...ahem...but just hoping that...they would finish what they got started with...:rolleyes:

Ahem...otherwise...could be just another chicken poop story...soon to be forgotten liao...??? :o