Sri Sanjeevan R: Arrested and charged numerous times but carries on with his mission.

It seems that for both Sanjeevan and the IGP

Attack is the best form of defence

Sanjeevan goes proactive and lodges report against IGP for links to Shooting Academy.

Arrested again on 11 August 2016: R Sri Sanjeevan who survived an assassination attempt and was freed from POCA detention.

28 August 2016

Illegal gambling outlets spotted at Jalan Perdana, what happened to ‘s 24/7 transfer order fr KPDs?


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Pusat2 perjudian di Jalan Pandan 2/2 (Pandan Jaya) yg “gagal” dikesan oleh risikan D7/STAGG ?

25 August 2016

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JPJ acts against its own officer for hand phone use while driving.

27 August 2016


26 August 2016 | MYT 9:53 PM

JPJ acts against officer who talked on phone while driving


PETALING JAYA: The Road Transport Department (JPJ) has taken action against one of its officers who was caught talking on a mobile phone while driving a patrol car.

This follows images that went viral on social media showing the officer holding his phone up to his ear in one hand while driving the Proton Waja on a highway went viral on social media.

“An immediate investigation was conducted and this department confirms the information is true,” JPJ said in a statement Friday.

It said the JPJ enforcement director issued a summons to the errant officer, who has also been transferred to a different section.


Aug 25 Dengkil, Selangor


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Were you at #TangkapMO1? The police will want to ‘talk’ to you.

#TangkapMO1 Rally: On Now!

27 August 2016

TangkapMO1 rally illegal, no arrests so far, say Dang Wangi police

Zulaikha Zulkifli     Published Today 6:17 pm

Dang Wangi police chief Zainol Samah said that the recently concluded TangkapMO1 rally urging authorities to take action against the mysterious ‘Malaysian Official 1′ (MO1) accused by US authorities to have pocketed US$731 million of stolen 1MDB monies, is not in accordance with the law.

He said that despite rally organisers having submitted a notice to police, they did not follow the guidelines outlined in the Peaceful Assembly Act 2012.

“This rally is not in accordance with the law. Even though they sent in a notice, it did not fulfill the guidelines,” he told reporters after the rally at Dataran Merdeka.

Zanol said that police estimated that a total of 2,000 protesters were at the rally today.

Asked what action will the police be taking against the organisers of the TangkapMO1 rally, Zainol said that the matter will be left up to the officers handling the investigation into the matter.

“Let police investigate,” he said when asked further.

Police to review photos, videos of rally


KUALA LUMPUR: Police will review photos and videos taken during the “Tangkap Malaysian Official 1” rally before proceeding with the next course of action.
Dang Wangi police chief Assistant Commissioner Zainol Samah said he has yet to receive the full report or if any untoward incidents took place during the rally.
“We will review photos and videos of today’s rally and will conduct an investigation,” he said.
Zainol said more than 1,000 participants had gathered at Dataran Merdeka today despite the rally organiser’s failure to obtain a permit.

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Notice NST Mail Online’s reports on the #TangkapMO1 Rally? Few and favouring you-know-who as befits an UMNO-owned Paper.

27 August 2016



KUALA LUMPUR: The “Tangkap MO1” rally ended this evening, with a lower than expected turnout in total.
More than 1,000 participants clad in black and white had earlier gathered at the check-point in Masjid Negara and Sogo before marching towards Dataran Merdeka.
The square however was cordoned off by the police as rehearsals for the National Day celebration was being held there.
This forced the organisers to park their makeshift stage in front of the Menara Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL).

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#TangkapMO1 Rally: On Now!

#TangkapMO1 Rally. As for Jamal Yunos…

27 August 2016

rally: Scenes around gathering places at Sogo, Masjid Jamek and nearby Dataran Merdeka

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Di – duit rakyat dicuri dan diguna utk temasya arak dan pesta judi!


“I’m here to make the smallest change” – Yasmin, 18

27 Ogos 2016, Sogo KL. Bersama teman seperjuangan.


  1. The caricatures , banner , posters are out. Speeches call on going . 2.30


Suasana di SOGO – ayuh! Datang ramai2!

rallygoers congregate at one of the meeting points, Aug 27, 2016. — Sunpix


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Arrested: Man claiming to be Nabi Isa, Jesus Christ. Tanjong Rambutan Mental Hospital next?

27 August 2016

Man claiming to be ‘Jesus’ held


KUALA LUMPUR: A man who claimed to be Nabi Isa (Jesus Christ) was arrested by police in Jalan Tun Razak here yesterday after threatening to kill some of the country’s leaders.

This was confirmed by Wangsa Maju Police Chief Supt Mohamad Roy Suhaimi Sarif to Bernama today.

He said the suspect, in his 40s, was handed over to the Federal Territory Islamic Religious Department (Jawi) for further investigation.

“After Jawi has investigated him, police will be investigating the suspect under Section 506 of the Penal Code for criminal intimidation,” he said.

Self-proclaimed prophet taken into police custody

KUALA LUMPUR: Police on Thursday arrested a man who proclaimed himself as a prophet, and threatened to eliminate the Malay Rulers, as well as the country’s top leaders.
The 43-year-old man had allegedly made the claim and remarks when police stopped his car at Jalan Tun Razak for checks about 4.30pm yesterday.
Sources said a police team on a crime prevention patrol flagged down the man’s SUV when they saw that it was fitted with registration plates bearing the words: ‘Kerajaan Empayar Langkasuka Nusantara Tuanku Raja Merongmahawangsa II Sultan Kedah Asal Imam AlMahdi’.
When the policemen stopped him, they showed their authority cards and told him that he was stopped for police checks.
The man, who was upset, then questioned the policemen if they knew who he was and told them to check with the palace and Inspector-General of Police.
The man’s wife and 15-year-old daughter were also in the car.

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#Syariah #UstzaGang #GengUstaz: How dare the Hokkien Associations of Malaysia meddle in the affairs of Muslims!

The Hokkien Associations of Malaysia had worked to secure one million signatures to oppose efforts to amend Act 355.

27 August 2016

MCA slams Geng Ustaz for overreacting on Hokkien Associations

Adrian Wong

“Overreacting.” This what MCA secretary-general Ong Ka Chuan has to say about the police report that Geng Ustaz made against the Hokkien Associations of Malaysia.

Geng Ustaz lodged its police report yesterday against the associations for their move to gather signatures to oppose the proposed amendments to the Syariah Courts (Jurisdiction) Act, also known as Act 355.


24 August 2016 | MYT 5:11 PM

Report lodged against Hokkien Associations over PAS hudud

SHAH ALAM: Pertubuhan Pendokong dan Pencinta Ulamak filed a police report on Wednesday against the Federation of Hokkien Associations of Malaysia for running a campaign opposing PAS hudud.

The non-governmental organisation’s president Norazli Musa said the Federation’s action was “too much” as it meddled with Islamic affairs.

“It is also a violation of the freedom of Muslims to practice religious activities, as stipulated under the Federal Constitution,” said Norazli.

24 August 2016


Geng Ustaz lodges police report against Hokkien Associations

Shakira Buang


A group calling itself the Ulama Lovers and Supporters Group, or Geng Ustaz for short, has lodged a police report against the Hokkien Associations of Malaysia.

This is over the associations’ move to gather signatures to oppose the proposed amendments to the Syariah Courts (Jurisdiction) Act, also known as Act 355.

Act 355 deals with the jurisdiction of the Syariah Court to mete out criminal punishments.

Geng Ustaz today said the associations’ actions were tantamount to extreme interference in Islamic affairs.

The group accused the associations of contravening constitutional provisions guaranteeing the freedom of religion, and urged the police to probe it and take appropriate action.

“The actions of the Hokkien Associations of Malaysia can create tension between the religions for inciting without going through proper process like what is taking place in Parliament.

“Our concerns have basis, for if there were to be backlash from the Muslims who are the majority in the country, it may lead to tense situations and disrupt national harmony,” said Geng Ustaz president Norazli Musa.

He said this after lodging the report at the Shah Alam police district headquarters today.


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Ali Tinju can’t keep this promise either: No Red Shirt counter-rally against #TangkapMO1 Rally. As for Jamal Yunos…

FAIL! Ali Tinju can’t keep his promise of ‘another panas like Low Yat’ at the Kota Raya shopping complex, KL

25 Red Shirts led by Ali Tinju called Muhyiddin ‘traitor’ outside KL Court where divorce proceedings involving lawyer and former senior DPP Stanley Augustine and Nika Gee were to begin…

27 August 2016

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Catch them all or we will rally, red shirts tell police of TangkapMO1

Political pressure group Gerakan Merah today told police that it will stage a protest if no action is taken against those who participated in the student-led TangkapMO1 rally earlier today.

“We will wait for police to take action against the students, backed by opposition leaders, who demonstrated illegally in front of Sogo.

“If they fail to arrest them tonight or tomorrow, Gerakan Merah will stage a protest on Aug 29 at 2pm in front of the Dang Wangi police station in Kuala Lumpur,” its chief Mohd Ali Baharom, also known as Ali Tinju, said in a statement.

26 August 2016

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Red shirts scrap counter-protest, Ali Tinju not keen on boxing with kids


Pertubuhan Pembela Nasib Melayu (Gerakan Merah) will not hold a counter demonstration against the ‘TangkapMO1′ rally scheduled to be held at Dataran Merdeka tomorrow.

“We, Gerakan Merah, will not hold a gathering or a protest because we respect the decision of the Kuala Lumpur police and Dang Wangi police.

“Gerakan Merah will follow the instructions of the police not to protest,” said its president Mohd Ali Baharom, who is better known as Ali Tinju, in a media statement.

“This (Tangkap MO1) is a gathering organised by schoolchildren who are learning how to demonstrate. So we will leave it to the authorities to take action against them,” he added.

Meanwhile, Sungai Besar Umno chief Jamal Md Yunus, who heads Himpunan Merah, also confirmed that the red shirts would not be involved in any counter-rallies tomorrow.

“If there are groups opposing the rally, it will not be my group,” he told Malaysiakini.

Jamal, however, is confident that the TangkapMO1 rally would fail to gain public support.

“It won’t be like Bersih. If these kids come, they will gather 100 or 200 people. If they manage to gather 1,000 or 2,000 people, that means they are successful,” he said.

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rally organised by Bersih, claims Jamal 


PETALING JAYA: Bersih 2.0 organised the #TangkapMO1 rally after being intimidated by the Red Shirts, alleged Sungai Besar Umno Division Chief Jamal Yunos.

In a statement issued today, Jamal claimed the electoral reform group was using students as it feared its planned rally, Bersih 5, would be a flop.

“I advise students not to get involved with the #TangkapMO1 rally, which seems as though it has no end or motive.”

He did not give any evidence to prove his claims.

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#TangkapMO1 Rally in Australia: No big deal, only 20 students…

26 August 2016

Malaysian students hold protest Down Under


Some 20 Malaysian students in Australia held a ‘Tankap MO1′ protest ahead of the gathering slated to be held in Kuala Lumpur tomorrow.

The students gathered at the Australian National University in Canberra to demand the arrest of the Malaysian Official 1 (MO1), who was mentioned 36 times in the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) court filings related to the alleged abuse of 1MDB funds.

“The gathering was organised by the Malaysian Progressives in Australia (MPOZ) in solidarity with the ‘Tangkap MO1’ rally in Kuala Lumpur,” said MPOZ in a statement.

Most of the participants were from cities around Australia such as Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth, it added.

Opposition parliamentarians Fuziah Salleh, Zairil Khir Johari, Alice Lau as well as Pakatan Harapan executive secretary Saifuddin Abdullah, who were at the university for the Malaysia Update 2016 conference, also participated in the protest.

The ‘TangkapMO1′ rally is scheduled to be held at the Dataran Merdeka tomorrow.

Canberra (Australia) menjadi tempat pertama di luar Msia mengadakan protes . Syabas Msiswa di Australia.

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Corruption in DBKL: Rampant and of ‘unprecedented’ scale?

27 August 2016

DBKL senior officer released after 12-day remand

54-year-old Datuk Seri allowed out on RM300,000 bail in corruption and money-laundering case.



The man had been detained at his office at DBKL at 3.07pm on Aug 15 and remanded for seven days from Aug 16. He was further remanded for five days until today.

The MACC had wanted to conduct further searches and record the statement of the contractor allegedly linked to the man, and to get relevant documents.

26 August 2016

Graft of ‘unprecedented’ scale, MACC to haul up 30 more DBKL officers

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) will summon 30 more Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) officers for questioning following last week’s arrest of an executive director with the ‘Datuk Seri’ title.

The commission, according to a news report, believes that corruption at an “unprecedented scale” could be taking place in the City Hall.

The New Straits Times said the officers could have been working with the Datuk Seri to receive gratification from developers by abusing their positions.

MACC director of investigations Azam Baki said the officers of various ranks were suspected of forcing developers to deal with DBKL for various approvals to get free condominium units, which were later sold at higher prices.

“Our investigations revealed that no less than 30 City Hall officers obtained condominium units through corrupt ways and without making any advance payments.

“The modus operandi is quite sophisticated, where both parties sign sales and purchase agreements without any monetary transaction actually taking place, and the units are later sold at market value once the project is completed,” Azam is quoted as saying.

Blaming the Datuk Seri for the situation, Azam said since the suspect did not monitor his subordinates, some of them contacted developers asking for a similar deal like the one given to their boss.

“Some of them didn’t even deal directly with these developers, but when they know their bosses are getting something, they, too, want their share.

“It happened because their high-ranking officer was part of the network,” he said.

Mayor, staff morale is boosted by cleaning up the mess

Stephen Ng


COMMENT Talking about the Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) and the mess that has allegedly already been there all these years, the mayor, Mohd Amin Nordin Abd Aziz, should be happy there is a cleaning-up by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC).

In fact, the current attorney-general, Apandi Ali and Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak deserve the credit for appointing a new man to head the anti-graft agency.

The question is whether the dragnet cast out is just a show, or would the AG’s Chamber provide all its assistance to prosecute the corrupt officials?

Why worry, Mohd Amin?

There is a proverbial Malay saying that Mohd Amin should recall from his school days, “Siapa makan cili dia yang rasa pedas” (the one who takes the chilli will feel it).

As the mayor, Mohd Amin should be happy that after the cleaning-up of the government agency known for its huge corruption, it will boost the staff’s morale.

If not the staff’s morale, at least public confidence will return to DBKL after the allegedly corrupt culture in DBKL is being addressed thoroughly. Infusion of religious teachings in the past has never taken root with some of these corrupt ones, so let the MACC deal with them now.

What kind of staff does Mohd Amin want? Good staff who work hard yet were never promoted, or those who are allegedly corrupted and sitting in high-ranking positions?

This mess has affected morale, rues KL mayor

Since last week, Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) has been making headlines for all the wrong reasons.

With the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) dragnet targeting officers from top to bottom, mayor Mohd Amin Nordin Abd Aziz is concerned about the impact.

“I don’t want to comment,” Amin Nordin told the New Straits Times when quizzed on the probability of MACC hauling up some 30 more DBKL officers for questioning.

“This whole mess has affected the morale of our staff,” he said.

24 August 2016

‘Datuk Seri’ suspect allegedly owns 31 luxury condo units


The ‘Datuk Seri’ who was arrested by Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to assist in a corruption investigation is believed to own 31 luxury condomimium units worth more than RM15.5 million, reported Utusan Malaysia.

These units located in Kuala Lumpur were ‘purchased’ from five housing developers which had dealings with Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL).

Quoting a source, the report said the MACC found that the suspect had purchased all the condominium units, each priced between RM200,000 and RM300,000, without paying downpayments when the sale and purchase agreements (S&P) were executed.

The houses were bought using the suspect’s own name and those who are close to the suspect.

“It is believed that the suspect would sell these units with an estimated price of RM500,000 each, once they are completed to gain profit,” said the source.

These senior officers allegedly collaborated with housing developers when they book the units without making the downpayments.

After the projects are completed with certificate of fitness (CF) issued, the developers would acquire the units ‘bought’ by the officers and sell them to genuine purchasers with a higher rate.

The source also claimed that MACC did not rule out the possibility of other officers and staff from DBKL being involved in similar deals to make quick money.

18 August 2016


In ‘shock’ over the revelation that a City Hall ‘good’ officer, a Datuk Seri, was arrested for graft, Tengku Adnan wants a review of all asset declaration forms of his staff!

All heads of department within FT Ministry told to review staff asset declaration/


By Veena Babulal

Kuala Lumpur: All heads of department within the Federal Territories Ministry have been ordered to review their staff’s asset declaration forms.
Its Minister Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor today instructed for the forms to be updated in response to the remand of a “Datuk Seri” from City Hall for suspected graft.
“During the post cabinet meeting yesterday, I have told all my officers including the secretary-general to re-scrutinise asset declaration forms,” he said, adding that this was applicable to all units including City Hall, Putrajaya and Labuan Corporations.
Kuala Lumpur Mayor Datuk Seri Mhd Amin Nordin Abd Aziz today called for all City Hall employees to declare their assets.
Tengku Adnan said that it would be working together with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to combat graft. He said it would be getting the commission’s guidelines on the matter.

Meanwhile the “Datuk Seri” who has been remanded for alleged graft has been suspended indefinitely.

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17 August 2016

Good officer, promoted twice in a year: on DBKL director arrested for graft


Federal Territories Minister Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor said the Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) senior officer arrested for alleged corruption was a “good officer”, who was promoted twice in a year due to his dedication and being good in decision-making.

“As far as I know, the officer is a good officer, committed to his job and attentive. He moved up from Grade 54 to Special Grade C, and he is currently Special Grade B because he is good and has potential.

“However, that is him at the workplace… what he does apart from his job, I do not know,” he told the New Straits Times.

The minister, who is often referred to as Ku Nan, also urged the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to conduct a full and fair investigation.

Mayor expresses shock over arrest of senior City Hall officer

Kuala Lumpur mayor Amin Nordin Abdul Aziz has expressed shock over the arrest of a high-ranking Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) officer by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC).

“I am shocked. I had no idea about it until Monday,” Amin Nordin was quoted by English daily The Star as saying.

Expressing sadness over the incident, the mayor said he had always stressed to his staff the importance of living clean and within their means.

The senior officer, who holds a ‘Datuk Seri’ title, was purportedly being investigated for projects he was involved with in his previous position, in which he dealt with planning and development, the mayor confirmed.

KOTA BARU: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has obtained a seven-day remand order against a Kelantan Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) senior officer over an investigation into a corruption case.
The remand order, effective from today until Aug 22, was issued by magistrate Ahmad Adha Amir Yasser Amri at the Kota Baru Magistrate’s court here.

The 47-year-old man is being investigated under Section 17 (a) and Section 23 of the MACC Act 2009.

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