Seorang calon Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) diwakili bapanya membuat laporan polis di Balai Polis Bandar Dato' Onn, Tebrau, di sini, berikutan tertekan dengan penangguhan peperiksaan berkenaan.
Murid Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Taman Cahaya Masai, Nur Syazwana Batrisya diwakili bapanya, Abdul Aziz MK Makkai Kutty, 36.
Hadir sama menemani kedua-dua beranak itu ialah Pengerusi Persatuan Ibu Bapa dan Guru (PIBG) SK Kampung Maju Jaya, Md Johan Jamian dan Pengerusi Biro Pelajaran dan Agama Pergerakan Pemuda UMNO Bahagian Pasir Gudang, Roszaidi Ramlee.
Malaysia ain't safe no more, even printing exam papers
"Anak saya hilang semangat dan tidak mahu menduduki UPSR selepas kejadian berkenaan. Saya dan isteri terpaksa memujuknya," katanya.
Laporan polis berkenaan juga bertujuan menggesa Kementerian Pendidikan mengambil tindakan terhadap pihak yang mendalangi perbuatan tidak bertanggungjawab supaya ia tidak berulang. - Hmetro
Minister speaks out against Azmi's sedition charge...
Idris, who is minister in the Prime Minister's Department, appeared to break ranks with his cabinet colleagues, saying that the charge against Azmi was wrong.
"Azmi Sharom (right) should not be charged for sedition. Academic freedom is required in pursuit of knowledge," he said in a series of Twitter postings today.
The minister, who is in charge of the country's Economic Transformation Programme, stressed that Malaysia must continue to pursue moderation.
"Constructive criticism and dissent should be allowed, as long as it does not create serious fault in the social fabric of our society," he said in another posting.
Idris is one of few ministers in the government who do not belong to any political party.
A former managing director in major oil company, Idris was roped in by Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak in 2009 to lead government think-tank Performance Management Delivery Unit (Pemandu).
The Sarawakian has largely shied away from the political scene and has instead focused primarily on his administrative tasks.
The other party-less ministers are former Maybank chief executive officer Abdul Wahid Omar and former Transparency International president Paul Low, both of whom were brought into the government after the 2013 general election.
Azmi was on Sept 2 charged with sedition for expressing his legal opinion in an interview on the 2009 Perak constitutional crisis which saw the ouster of the Pakatan Rakyat-led state government by BN through a number of defections.
He is among several politicians and activists who have been charged under the colonial era law.
To date, at least 18 prominent individuals have either been probed, charged or convicted of sedition in recent months.- mk
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BN candidate Mat Razi Mat Ail ,Wan Rosdi Wan Ibrahim from PAS and Independent candidate Izat Bukhary.
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