Monday, August 16, 2010

Inikah Timbalan Menteri yang dikaitkan Salahlaku Seks dan Membekalkan Pelacur?

Berita dari Harian Metro (baca di SINI) hari ini telah melaporkan sebuah berita yang bertajuk ‘’Timbalan Menteri Bakal di Siasat’. Berita tersebut mengenai seorang Timbalan Menteri yang bakal disiasat polis selepas satu laporan dibuat kelmarin berhubung salah laku seksual dilakukannya selain didakwa turut terbabit dengan kegiatan pelacuran kelas atasan termasuk membekalkan gadis di kalangan pelajar kolej.

Sumber polis berkata, seorang ahli politik berusia 50-an dan berasal dari Ipoh, Perak sebelum ini tampil di Ibu Pejabat Polis Daerah (IPD) Brickfields kira-kira jam 11.08 malam kelmarin sebelum membuat laporan polis berhubung jenayah salah laku seksual yang dilakukan oleh timbalan menteri berkenaan.

Difahamkan, laporan polis berkenaan dilakukan oleh ahli politik terbabit yang mendakwa memperolehi bukti berhubung pembabitan suspek terhadap kes salah laku seksual selain pelacuran gadis bawah umur.

Malah timbalan menteri terbabit yang memulakan khidmat selepas Pilihan Raya Umum 2008 itu turut dikaitkan dengan aktiviti pengedaran dadah.

“Difahamkan pengadu sebelum ini menerima surat layang menerusi pos laju yang dihantar kepadanya pada 11 Ogos lalu.

“Melalui kandungan surat terbabit, timbalan menteri itu didakwa terbabit dengan aktiviti pelacuran termasuk membekalkan gadis-gadis kolej terutama kepada golongan VIP.

Berita dari Harian Metro tersebut tidak menyiarkan nama pengadu dan nama Timbalan Menteri yang didakwa itu..

Dan jika anda ingin tahu siapa yang melaporkan kepada polis dan siapa juga Timbalan Menteri yang didakwa itu.. baca dibawah..


Deputy minister accused of vice activities
By B Nantha Kumar and Teoh El Sen

KUALA LUMPUR: A police report has been filed against Federal Territories and Urban Well-being Deputy Minister M Saravanan, accusing him of being involved in prostitution and drug activities.

The report was filed by Perak's Kampung Tawas PKR branch chief MS Arjunan with the Brickfields district police headquarters here this afternoon.

Contacted by FMT, Arjunan said that he had received a letter, from an anonymous individual,via Pos Laju on Aug 11.


“I was shocked when I read the letter. It accused Saravanan of supplying college girls to VIPs as well as being involved in drug trafficking.

“What was more shocking was that the writer also alleged that Saravanan was the illegitimate son of MIC president S Samy Vellu,” he added.

He said the letter also revealed that Saravanan had operated his alleged vice activities from a rented house in Gombak.

Arjunan believes that the letter was penned by a father of one of the girls involved in the alleged prostitution syndicate.

The PKR leader said he wanted the police to check the MIC vice-president's background, and to determine if the contents of the letter were true.

He denied that there was any political or personal motive behind the report.

Saravanan: It's purely politics

Saravanan was appointed deputy minister after the 2008 general election. He was one of three MIC parliamentary seat candidates to survive the political tsunami.

The businessman-turned-politician had worked himself up the political ladder from the grassroots level.

Saravanan is also known to be close to Samy Vellu, and had openly acknowledged the 74-year-old president as his mentor.

Meanwhile, Brickfields police chief ACP Wan Abdul Bari Wan Abdul Khalid confirmed that a report was lodged against Saravanan.

“The report was filed by a 50-year-old politician from Ipoh, the case has been transferred to the Ipoh police and I do not wish to comment further on this matter,” he told FMT.

Contacted later, Saravanan dismissed the report as "purely politics".

"Anyone can report after receiving a letter. Who is the victim? How can a report be lodged just based on a letter?" said the deputy minister, who is currently overseas.

"The allegations mentioned in the report are baseless. It is done to tarnish my image and reputation," he added.

He said the "police are free to investigate the claims and once found untrue, action should be taken against the complainant for lodging a false report".


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