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Sunday, 08 April 2012 01:41

tbh-logoPress Statement by Malaysians for Beng Hock Movement on Mohd Nazri's Parliamentary Answer

 

1. Malaysians for Beng Hock movement is shocked to know that the Minister in the Prime Minister Department Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz had issued two contradictory parliamentary answers on Teoh Beng Hock tragedy on 29 March and 4 April respectively.  The 29th March answer said no legal action would be taken against the three MACC officers as there is no evidence of criminal wrongdoing. The 4 April answer stated that police are in the process of investigation to collect statements and relevant evidence. The investigation paper had been referred to the Chief of State Prosecution and the Attorney-General Chambers for the purpose of investigation and advice.

 

2. Subsequently, the Attorney General Abdul Gani Patail stated that the case had been referred back to the MACC after meeting Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz. It seems the Minister, Attorney General, PDRM and MACC are passing the buck to avoid public criticism.


3. The four parties taking part in this “sandiwara” as well as the BN government have been utterly insensitive and have shown no sympathy to the tragedy facing theTeoh family. They have conspired to drag the issue as long as possible hoping that the Rakyat will forget this national tragedy.


4. Teoh Lee Lan lodged a police report over the inaction of the AG Chambers on the Royal Commission report in Oct 2011, but the police only took her statement in December 2011. Now, almost half a year after lodging the report, we are told that the investigation is still not done. This is ridiculous, totally unacceptable and the biggest mockery of the PM's slogan "performance now"! It is also reflects the dismal failure of the Government’s Transformation Plan to deliver justice in a fair and transparent manner. We urge the PM to take action against the four parties if there is still no explicit answer within the next 3 days.


5. We want the Minister and the Attorney General to stop dragging their feet and to be accountable to the Rakyat.  They must give a clear and consistent answer to the people on whether the A-G is going to charge or set free the three perpetrators identified by the RCI. Failure to do that will only prove that they are completely and utterly incompetent, and as such they must be removed from their post by the PM. The Rakyat demand no less!

 

Chong Kok Siong

Coordinator

Malaysians for Beng Hock Movement

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