The NRD denies allegations over social media that it granted citizenship to illegal immigrants from China…

NRD lodges police report over online ‘citizenship for Chinese’ claims

PUTRAJAYA: The National Registration Department (NRD) has lodged a police report against individuals responsible for spreading allegations over social media that it granted citizenship to illegal immigrants from China.

NRD director-general Ruslin Jusoh said he has asked the police to carry out a thorough investigation into the allegations, which he said were untrue.

Ruslin said two allegations had been made against RTD – that it had awarded citizenship to five Chinese nationals, and that it had overlooked procedures in hastily granting citizenship to another Chinese woman.

“On the alleged granting of citizenship to five citizens from China, it is the work of a syndicate, which has nothing to do with NRD,” he said after lodging the report at the police headquarters here this morning.

“In the second case, it was alleged that a woman from China was ‘easily’ given citizenship.

“This issue has been making its rounds on social media since last year. The woman had been given citizenship since 2017 as she was married to a Malaysianfor almost for 20 years. And she was eligible to be granted a citizenship.”

Ruslin said RTD’s credibility had been tarnished by the allegations.

He said the department had referred the case to the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) but allegations continued to be made over social media.

“For the record, we cannot just choose those we want to give citizenship. We follow the necessary procedures and also provisions of the Federal Constitution.

“There is no issue that we are giving away citizenship to people easily. We want to be seen as an agency which follows regulations,” he said.

NRD lodges police report over online ‘citizenship for Chinese’ claims

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JPN beri penjelasan isu gambar tular

PUTRAJAYA: Jabatan Pendaftaran Negara (JPN) menjelaskan isu yang tersebar luas di media sosial berhubung dakwaan warganegara China memiliki MyKad baru-baru ini, pernah ditularkan pada 2018.

JPN menerusi kenyataan hari ini berkata, pihak tidak bertanggungjawab yang menyebarkan isu terbabit mendakwa JPN memberi kad pengenalan kepada warga China.

Sehubungan itu, JPN menjelaskan, individu terbabit adalah isteri kepada warga Malaysia yang memperoleh kewarganegaraan Malaysia menerusi Perkara 15(1) Perlembagaan Persekutuan pada September 2017.

“Sebagai isteri kepada warganegara Malaysia yang berkahwin secara sah mengikut undang-undang Malaysia, beliau boleh memohon kerakyatan setelah memenuhi syarat ditetapkan Perlembagaan Persekutuan.

“Permohonan dan kelulusan kewarganegaraan bukan tertumpu kepada kaum tertentu, malah JPN menerima dan meluluskan daripada pelbagai kaum dan bangsa di Malaysia.

“Penganugerahan taraf kewarganegaraan adalah anugerah tertinggi oleh kerajaan Malaysia kepada warga asing yang benar-benar layak dan perlu mengikut syarat ditetapkan, selain tertakluk kepada peruntukan Perlembagaan Persekutuan,” kata kenyataan itu.

Sehubungan itu, JPN meminta orang ramai menghentikan penyebaran gambar berkenaan di media sosial bagi mengelak kekeliruan dan kebimbangan rakyat bahawa kerajaan sewenang-wenangnya memberi kewarganegaraan kepada rakyat asing.

“Tindakan tegas akan diambil kepada mana-mana individu yang menyebarkan sebarang isu berunsur fitnah kepada kerajaan,” katanya.

https://www.bharian.com.my/berita/nasional/2019/09/604452/jpn-beri-penjelasan-isu-gambar-tular

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