Majlis dialog bersama penduduk dengan IPD Sentul

Pada 06 Julai 2010 jam 8.30 malam yang lepas telah di adakan satu dialog antara penduduk-penduduk dari Jalan Langkawi bersama Ibu Pejabat Polis Sentul yang turut di hadiri Ahli Parlimen Wangsa Maju.

Dialog ini adalah atas permintaan penduduk-penduduk bagi membincangkan tahap keselamatan di kawasan mereka khususnya dan Wanga Maju amnya.

Pihak polis di wakili kesemua Jabatan yang di ketuai oleh DSP Tuan Chan Kam Seng dari cawangan khas bagi mewakili OCPD Tuan Zakaria Bin Pagan yang tidak dapat hadir dan memohon maaf di sebabkan beliau mengidapi “migraine”. Turut hadir – DSP Tuan Lee Hong Chuan (Bahagian Nakortik), DSP Tuan Nik Zainon Nik Aziz (Jenayah), ASP Tuan Rajab Ahad Ismail (Pengurusan), serta C/Insp. Azamuddin (Hal Ehwal Awam).

Turut serta ialah OCS di kedua-dua balai dalam Wangsa Maju iaitu C/Insp. Maspani dari balai polis Wangsa Maju dan C/Insp. Basuki dari balai Setapak dan juga turut hadir beberapa orang lagi pegawai penyiasat dari kedua-dua balai.

Dengan kehadiran sebegitu ramai pegawai-pegawai polis dari tiap-tiap jabatan dalam pasukan polis ini, memperlihatkan kesungguhan yang begitu tinggi dari pihak polis sendiri dalam usaha mereka untuk bersama-sama dengan masyarakat awam dalam usaha bersama bagi membenteras kegiatan jenayah di Jalan Langkawi terutamnya dan Wangsa Maju keseluruhanya.

Penduduk-penduduk yang hadir dengan di ketuai Tuan Hj Azharuddin pada keseluruhanya ternyatakan berpuas hati yang walaupun pada awal sesi dialog tersebut terdapat rasa kurang hati terhadap beberapa isu yang di bangkitkan oleh wakil-wakil penduduk.

Namun begitu dengan penjelasan yang boleh dianggap terbuka dan berterus terang dari tiap-tiap jabatan polis maka beberapa kekeliruan terhadap tugas dan tanggunggjawab polis telah terjawab.

Selaku Ahli Parlimen Wangsa Maju saya  turut berpuashati dengan kesungguhan kerjasama pihak polis pada dialog kali ini yang mana saya turut menyuarakan jumlah anggota polis pada keseluruhanya masih belum mencukupi bagi mengawal keselamatan penduduk-penduduk di kawasan Wangsa Maju ini  jika di bandingkan dengan negara-negara lain ia itu perbandingan 1 anggota polis bagi 200 orang penduduk.

Saya  turut menyatakan isu pasar malam up town turut menyumbang kepada masalah sosial dan jenayah di kawasan yang berhampiran di mana dengan beroperasi hingga lewat pagi ia itu hingga jam 3 atau 4 pagi menjadikan pasar malan ini tempat melepak remaja-remaja tanpa ada pihak yang boleh mengawal mereka.

Pada keseluruhanya dialog selama hampir 2 jam itu telah memperlihatkan kesungguhan di pihak polis dan masyarakat setempat untuk sama-sama menjaga keselamatan penduduk-penduduk. Apatah lagi dengan cara penuh mesra kedua-dua OCS dari balai Wangsa Maju dan setapak menjawab soalan-soalan yang di utarakan menjadikan majlis dialog tersebut bersifat kekeluargaan dan setiakawan.

Terima kasih pada keseluruhan pegawai-pegawai polis yang menjayakan majlis dialog ini.

Dan terima kasih juga pada wakil-wakil penduduk yang turut hadir serta pihak DBKL yang telah meminjamkan PA sistem.

Terima kasih.

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One comment

  1. wah, brother wee….even the nst has gotten into your act.

    Muckraking ‘indie’ power rocks
    2010/07/16
    AZMI ANSHAR

    THE five Pakatan Rakyat members of parliament, four of whom who resigned and one who was sacked, seem to fancy themselves as the “third force” after forming the so-called Konsensus Bebas (Independent Consensus), a loose bloc of MPs to counterbalance the over-dominant Barisan Nasional-Pakatan Rakyat political duopoly.
    In reality, the “indies” must be well aware that theirs is a provisional existence, a shelf life that expires in April 2013, the moment the general election must be held.

    Extenuating circumstances aside, that may prolong their parliamentary tenure, the five “indies” — Wee Choo Keong (Wangsa Maju), Zulkifli Nordin (Kulim Bandar Baru), Zahrain Mohamad Hashim (Bayan Baru), Tan Tee Beng (Nibong Tebal) and Mohsin Fadzli Samsuri (Bagan Serai) — and a sixth, the capriciously independent Datuk Ibrahim Ali (Ind-Pasir Mas), are making use of their short tenancy to cause a bang worth every buck you might have invested in these gadflies.

    Yes, they have endured and are still counter-enduring the accusations of illegitimacy and voter betrayal, but for now, the real point of their existence is the muckraking they distill every minute they debate in the Dewan Rakyat as they lob verbal grenades of counter-betrayals, disturbing revelations and tawdry confessions.

    But let’s view the six’s progress in pragmatic perspective.

    Free from the shackles of toeing party line, the six are able to criticise loudly and aggressively, even if the platform they jumped onto was “hijacked” from their sponsors.

    This is the slack voters should at least give them before their parliamentarian status elapses.

    A quick study of the most controversial bloc members points to Wee, Ibrahim and Zulkifli.

    Wee ripped into the PKR leadership’s failure to handle the Selangor sand-mining furore and to check “little Napoleons and trendy leftists” domineering the party’s policies and direction.

    Possessing the unusual political background of MCA, DAP and the insignificant Malaysian Democratic Party, before running the 2008 polls on a PKR ticket, Wee also clawed into the Securities Commission, accusing them of dithering on the dodgy conduct of certain high-profile public companies and abusing their authority in trying to nail a certain corporate player for being an “opportunistic raider”.

    Such was Wee’s impact that Khairy Jamaluddin (BN-Rembau) dismissed Wee as the “Chinese version” of Perkasa’s Ibrahim Ali on account that both politicians shared traits of party jumping.

    Khairy, however, did not seem to address Wee’s principal concerns.

    Ibrahim is the by-products of Pas, Berjasa, Umno and Semangat 46. In the 2008 polls, he was “pseudo-Pas”, an independent who ran on a Pas ticket. Go figure.

    With Perkasa, Ibrahim enjoyed a political renaissance of sorts when he forced the national debate to focus on Malay rights and privileges polemics, while maligned by critics in and out of the government.

    Zulkifli launched a “holy vigilantism”, from gate-crashing into inter-faith conferences and angrily rejecting non-Muslim usage of the Allah appellation to starting feuds with Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng and Khalid Samad (Pas-Shah Alam).

    But it is his confessional moment that is priceless — he admitted to lying repeatedly against the government, especially on concocting tales that a certain Parti Keadilan Rakyat leader was the victim of arsenic poisoning.

    All told, the Dewan Rakyat has not seen this kind of alternative power of speech since the Seenivasagam brothers sent shivers down the spines of their opponents in the government with their oratorical powers and exposes in the 1960s.

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