Ketua Jabatan Siasatan dan Penguatkuasaan Trafik (JSPT) Kuala Lumpur, Asisten Komisioner Zulkefly Yahya, berkata kemalangan dipercayai berlaku apabila motosikal jenis Honda EX5 ditunggang mangsa dirempuh Nissan Grand Livina dipandu suspek berusia 21 tahun dari arah belakang.
Katanya, ketika itu, mangsa dalam perjalanan pulang ke rumahnya di Bukit Antarabangsa, dekat Ampang selepas menghantar makanan yang dijual isterinya.
"Akibat rempuhan itu, mangsa tercampak ke sebelah kiri bahu jalan, manakala motosikalnya diseret sejauh kira-kira dua kilometer dari lokasi kejadian.
"Suspek memberhentikan kenderaannya di bawah jejantas Stesen Transit Aliran Ringan (LRT) Titiwangsa dekat kawasan itu setelah ditahan orang awam.
"Suspek kemudian dibawa ke Balai Trafik Jalan Tun H S Lee dan keputusan saringan ujian mendapati kandungan positif alkohol dalam pernafasan lelaki berkenaan," katanya dalam satu kenyataan, hari ini.
Habis2 sangat suspek akan kena denda dan dijailkan 2 - 3 tahun,lepaih tu dia akan buat benda yang sama. Setakat cakap nak ubah undang2 itu dan ini hanya retorik saja,,,apakah tidak dari zaman regim BN...PH dan PN hanya berkokok berdrai2 tapi juboq penuh tahi...
Bagi aku biaq nyawa di bayaq dengan nyawa...mungkin pemandu mabuk ini akan sedaq sikit. Setakat denda 2-3 ribu,lokap 2-3 tahun tak jadi apa2!!!
1. Rupa-rupanya ramai juga orang Malaysia yang sanggup menerima pemimpin yang telah curi berbillion duit Kerajaan.
2. Di antara mereka ialah pemimpin dan ahli Parti Bersatu yang dahulu menyertai Bersatu konon kerana berhasrat menjatuhkan Perdana Menteri yang curi berbillion duit Kerajaan.
3. Mereka bekerjasama dengan parti pembangkang dahulu yang mempunyai tujuan yang sama. Dan rakyat pun beri kemenangan kepada mereka kerana percaya keikhlasan janji parti-parti ini sertai pemimpin mereka.
4. Apabila menang Presiden Parti Bersatu rancang bersama parti yang kalah untuk keluar dari Kerajaan Pakatan Harapan supaya jatuhlah Kerajaan Pakatan Harapan.
5. Dengan sokongan pemimpin pencuri, Presiden Bersatu menjadi Perdana Menteri gabungan bersama parti yang kalah yang diberi nama Perikatan Nasional.
6. Apa kata pemimpin lain dalam Bersatu. Apakah mereka sanggup menerima pencuri sebagai pemimpin.
7. Okaylah – asal dapat nikmat.
9. Oh. Itu ikrar sahaja untuk dapat sokongan pengundi. Sekarang sudah dapat lupakan sahaja.
10. Dengan ini Bersatu akan hancur!! Dengan itu perjuangan untuk selamatkan orang Melayu dari pemimpin kleptokrat jadi apa?
11. Itu masalah Bersatulah. Asalkan kita dapat nikmat okaylah.
12. Di masa hadapan orang tidak lagi akan percaya kita – tak apakah?
13. Itu masa depan.
14. Demikian sikap beberapa pemimpin dan ahli Bersatu. - chedet
The case for the third force...
The purging of Dr Mahathir Mohamad, his son and their key followers by Bersatu is a positive political development for this country. Whether they intend to form another party or to fight back from within the Bersatu structure, that should not be our business with which to bother.
Dr Mahathir’s power base is shrinking and to get back into the game he needs allies. For PH, this is the time to shut the door on him for good. Regardless of the circumstances or scenario, Mahathir and Bersatu should not be allowed back. There is simply too much venomous and filthy Umno DNA in them that could potentially further contaminate the coalition.
The recent collapse of the PH government was a blessing in disguise. The traitors and double dealers have been identified. To ordinary people, we have learnt a great deal about the extent of greed of our political leaders have for power, their hypocrisy and their incompetence. Take note of these party hopping personalities and remember: never ever trust and vote for them again. Never.
While the character, agenda and the incompetency of the PN government are well known to us, it is good to remember that PH was also not a trustworthy and credible government either. In certain areas, they were also following the same guileful paths taken by the previous BN government.
The promised reforms were not forthcoming. Except during the initial period of their administration when we were elated by a few false starts, the reform agenda appeared to have been thrown by the wayside.
Dr Mahathir’s failure to ratify the Icerd and the Rome Statute, his willingness to sit on the same stage and sing the same song with Umno and PAS; and the racially biased and incompetent decisions made by Bersatu cabinet ministers, which could have been copied straight from the Umno playbook, demonstrated well enough that Umno DNA runs deep within Bersatu.
Not to mention of the now dust-gathering IRC report that failed to see the light of the day, of the no longer heard of Parliamentary Committee for the selection of top public service positions, the IPCMC and the RCI for the Judiciary; to name a few. How about the failure to move ahead with the investigations of the mess created by the BN government in dealing with some controversial issues that hint of their abuse of power?
Bersatu arguably was the main stumbling block and reason for PH reform failure. The breaking up of the PH coalition and the subsequent formation of Muhyuddin-led PN backdoor government was undoubtedly and primarily due to the duplicitous and power-hungry frogs that jumped with him and Mohamed Azmin Ali to the other side.
However, Dr Mahathir and Anwar Ibrahim are to be blamed equally. It was their incessant power struggle that created a schism exploited by Umno and PAS to ingeniously rattle and break up the coalition.
Muhyuddin and Azmin merely saw and grabbed the opportunity, to their advantage. With razor thin majority, propped up by disparate coalition partners that are ever ready to stab him in the back; and the need to consistently buy support to prop up his government, Muhyuddin is standing on a fragile platform.
There is arguably no future for this coalition in the next general election. Unless Umno and PAS as two major partners are willing to play second fiddle to Muhyiddin’s Bersatu and continue to endorse him as PM. A highly unlikely scenario given the presence of cash flushed, power hungry, big wig Umno warlords waiting in the wings.
It must be remembered that to some of these warlords, their party’s relative standing and their positions in the government are crucial factors that might determine where they would eventually go after the election. Given this scenario, the possible outcome of GE15 would most likely be uncertain. The election could narrowly go either way and a hung parliament would be a possibility. However, it will also present to the people the opportunity to press for real reform to be implemented. We can no longer afford another false start.
In the election, PN or whatever coalition that would emerge would most likely be playing the usual 3R card to win the Malay votes, especially among Umno and PAS supporters. PH on the other hand would most likely stick to the reform agenda. A convenient theme that worked for them well in the past, despite the lack of specific pronunciation of what it is and how it is going to be achieved, or whether they have the intention to execute it at all.
Both coalitions will be going into battle with heavy baggage on their backs. A post Covid-19 economic environment and how the economic downturn is handled by the PN government will considerably influence the voters voting preference.
For PN, the traditional handing out of goodies for votes and the nurturing of renter mentality may no longer be possible with empty coffers and lower oil prices. Potentially, the 3R card may be placed on the table as a desperate but dangerous option.
For ordinary people in the streets who are seeking the reform agenda, we have no choice but to choose the lesser of the two devils. Fortunately our choice is much easier as both are the devils we know. However, a well-known ground rule is never to trust these devils.
Having experienced and discovered for ourselves the level of integrity that most of our politicians possess, their propensity to jump at every possible opportunity to grab power and positions, their forked tongue promises and their chameleon like appearance, we have no choice but accept the fact that the future of this country is a serious issue that cannot be left to the politicians alone. This applies to politicians from both sides of the divide.
In the last election, we made a colossal mistake of throwing our support behind a political coalition that eventually let us down. We had no leverage to fall back on and once they were in power, we were abandoned and they naturally set their own agenda to prevail.
For the coming election, there has been plenty of talk of the possibility of establishing a non-political people-centric third force that will provide check and balance to the ruling government, with the leverage to tilt the political balance and most importantly, incorruptible and sincere to the reform agenda.
In this regard, we cannot leave things to chance. The third force must be properly organised. With its grand strategy and detailed plan clearly outlined. The preparation must start now with involvement by the civil society groups and individuals that are concerned with the future of this country. Would the rakyat care to get onboard? – Lt Col Ahmad Ghazali Abu-Hassan,Malaysian Insight