DAP to bring up the Chang Ming Tian Fund Scandal and several other cases to the CPO of Selangor for actions

Ronnie Liu

(Petaling Jaya, Thursday): DAP welcomes the setting up of public complaints department by various state police headquarters to handle police abuse and other insufficiencies. I will write in to seek a meeting with the Selangor CPO Datuk Fauzi and his team, hoping to bring up several cases for his attention and actions.

My colleagues and I have made numerous police reports with various police stations in Selangor in the past. But most of these cases were left unexplained for months by the respective investigation teams.

We have even highlighted some of these cases to Bukit Aman Police Headquarters, but sad to say that we have yet to see any positive actions taken by the police till this day.

These police insufficiencies have not only delayed the process of justice, but have seriously dampened the public spirit and willingness to work with the police on combating crimes.

The cases we would like to highlight with Datuk Fauzi include:

1.        The RM10 million Chang Ming Tian Education Fund and the role of Tun Ling Liong Sik.
2.        The RM40 million Aik Hua Holdings debacle and the role of MCA leaders.
3.        The 10,000-acre forest land and logging scam and the role of Pahang Mentri Besar Tan Sri Adnan Yaccob.
4.        The transfer of ownership involving a smallholder and a local MCA leader in Kalumpang new village.
5.        The RM4 million Ringgit breach of contract involving hundreds of Indians from the low income group.
6.        The assault case involving a Shah Alam houseowner and some foreign workers.

We also hope to discuss with Datuk Fauzi on issues pertaining to snatch-thefts and other crimes as Selangor has now topped the national crime rate chart, even worse than Kuala Lumpur and Johor.


* Ronnie Liu, DAP national publicity secretary