Saturday, 5 September 2015

IGP KAHLID HAS TO BE EXTRA CAREFUL

AN ADVICE FROM OLD FRIEND
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HEART BREAKING SITUATION IN THE COUNTRY
Anonymous6 September 2015 at 02:06
1. We have a very sad and heart breaking situation in the country now.
2. Soon the day will come when DSK will retire. He cannot be IGP forever.
3. He will be succeeded by someone. This is natural.
4. I hope that on that day, He will not look back and say "I should have or I should have not done this and that".
5. I don't think that his son or daughter will be the next IGP.
6. I sincerely hope that he will not retire from office and leave corrupted people standing.
7. He has a chance now and I hope he will use it to ensure his successors(family and the police force) will be in good/credible hands.
8. The successors will be governed by good people(bukan pemimpin yang zalim).
9. Yes I agree that DSK has to support govt policies BUT within the boundries of Law.
10. He has a very heavy duty(that he swears to in the name of Allah) of upholding the Law that will take care of people on every level(from the guy on the street, the gentleman in uniforms, the politicians and Rulers).
11. DSK, please do the best/right thing for the next generation if you love your own family and comrades.
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Anonymous 5 September 2015 
I can understand Najib Rahman's sentimen, expressed in the context of current IGP's perceived overt support of PM Najib.

Khalid said,he has to support govt policies. By right,he has to. But by and large,people aren't please with  the manner in which he expressed his views. He gave impression,he is "blindly" supporting govt. Worst in the context of 1MDB debacle,he gives impression he is toeing the "official" line: to cover-up irregularities surrounding1MDB.

There has been a few Khalid's statements causing people to make such conclusion. Circumstances have their own pecularities.Or call them sensitivities.This is precisely where IGP Khalid has to be extra careful.

There are "things" best served without comments by him. Even if he feels compelled to do so,he has to give due care to the sensitivity of the matter. Otherwise,he has the risk of rendering PDRM being condemned as unprofessional.

Ini adalah komen-komen terpileh reaksi terhadap  posting saya terdahulu " KPN TAN SRI KHALID TIDAK BERANI MACAM BAPA SAYA" NAJIB

Nota: Saya menarik balik untuk sementara  tajuk "HIMPUNAN MARUAH MELAYU PASTI AKAN GAGAL" yang telah diposkan  kerana saya merasakan  umum perlu menumpukan perhatian kepada mesej-mesej penting yang terpileh kepada KPN. Elakan memberi komen yang kasar yang saya tak dapat siarkan. 

Doa ikhlas saya kepada Allah bersama dengan saya percaya majoriti umat Islam di negara ini (SB tentu maklum) supaya KPN sedar bahawa pada keseluruhannya  rakyat dari peringkat tertinggi ke bawah percaya beliau mengetahui segalanya yang benar  dan kuasa pemutus terletak ditangannya. Pada akhirnya kita semua akan mengadap Allah SubhanahuWataala dan bukannya Datuk Seri Najib dan Rosmah Mansor. Zam
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6 comments:

  1. Maybe he should layoff Twitter permanently, PDRM already has all the social whatchmacallits, let them take care of all official statements. To Tweet to close friends is very easy, even schoolchildren can do it. But, even then, miscommunications still happen. For high officials to use Tweets, it is a different ballgame altogether. If you are a very good written communicator, it still will be tough, because the space given is limited. Therefore careful choice of words and crafting of sentences without sacrificing clarity and brevity is required. Unfortunately, this skill is difficult to master and not many in the government sector can boast of this. Let alone a policeman. So, a word of advise, stick to what you do best; policing. Forget the phone.

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  2. sokong dasar kerajaang tak salah yang salah bila ada dakwaan
    bersekongkol menutup kebenaran tak kira lah jabatan mana sekali pun

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  3. 1. We have a very sad and heart breaking situation in the country now.
    2. Soon the day will come when DSK will retire. He cannot be IGP forever.
    3. He will be succeeded by someone. This is natural.
    4. I hope that on that day, He will not look back and say "I should have or I should have not done this and that".
    5. I don't think that his son or daughter will be the next IGP.
    6. I sincerely hope that he will not retire from office and leave corrupted people standing.
    7. He has a chance now and I hope he will use it to ensure his successors(family and the police force) will be in good/credible hands.
    8. The successors will be governed by good people(bukan pemimpin yang zalim).
    9. Yes I agree that DSK has to support govt policies BUT within the boundries of Law.
    10. He has a very heavy duty(that he swears to in the name of Allah) of upholding the Law that will take care of people on every level(from the guy on the street, the gentleman in uniforms, the politicians and Rulers).
    11. DSK, please do the best/right thing for the next generation if you love your own family and comrades.

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  4. Khalid bila pulak bijaknya?

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  5. Datuk Zam, Mr. Najib has been murdering "Chivalry". Aren't there any survivors?

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  6. RAWA LANUN-BAHASA6 September 2015 at 16:10

    Salaam

    Patut kah anda 'bark up the wrong tree' dan dan mengisbatkan salah atas pundak KPN dalam hal Skandal RM2.6b BN bila yang patut bertindak adalah pengganti TSri Gani Patail?

    Kalautah ini nasihat teguran baik ahli marhaen umno Tanjung maafkan kita kerana harus menyuarakannya kepada seorang bekas menteri UMNO dari Kedah Darul Aman.

    Kita tengok orang UMNO Johor Darul Takzim sudah ada perancangan jitu dalam membawa turun Presiden Mohd Najib pendek akal yang telah diperalat Cina Penang yang pintar.

    Apakah AG tidal ada kewibawaan until memulakan 'prosiding' salahlaku jenayah keatas President UMNO dan konco-konconya?

    Apa kata akal anda yang wibawa, Sdr Zam?
    Kita hormat KPN dan AG.1

    Salam takzim

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