Shahrir Samad, MP for Johor Baru, has had his resignation accepted by BN-UMNO’s party’s whip, Najib Razak. After that, he gave a press conference, from which I picked up his scary revelation. Shahrir told the press:
“I felt I needed to face the issue. All this while the Opposition had been criticising the BN MPs saying that we are not serious about corruption and integrity. That we are of third class mentality and don’t walk the talk. I felt that if we reject the motion, we are giving another issue to the Opposition to pick on. It was also to bring to the committee the issue of proper conduct of MPs when dealing with Government departments. At present, there is no such thing. That is why we see cases of the police and district officers being approached for "help" and hospitals asked not to conduct post-mortem ... [-] ..."
Jeeez “…That is why we see cases of the police and district officers being approached for ‘help’ and hospitals asked not to conduct post-mortem …”
Got that?... not to conduct post-mortem!!!
If this is not suspicious and a police matter, I don’t know what is!
This may yet develop into a bigger can of worms than originally thought...ReplyDelete