Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Zahid kata Syarikat Keselamatan dah dibatalkan lesen.. tapi kenapa ia masih beroperasi seperti biasa?


Pada 25 Oktober lalu, Syarikat Kawalan Keselamatan yang telah menggaji pengawal Keselamatan yang menembak mati pegawai operasi Ambank di Jalan USJ Central 2, Subang Jaya dilaporkan telah dibatalkan lesennya oleh Kementerian Dalam Negeri.

Menurut Timbalan Ketua Setiausaha Kanan (Keselamatan) KDN Datuk Alwi Ibrahim berkata syarikat berkenaan didapati gagal mematuhi syarat dan peraturan pengendalian serta pengurusan agensi persendirian di bawah Akta Agensi Persendirian 1971.

"Kementerian mendapati syarikat kawalan keselamatan itu mempunyai lesen untuk menggaji pengawal keselamatan yang menggunakan senjata api tetapi pengawal keselamatan (suspek) itu tidak ada lesen membawa senjata api.

"Selain itu, syarikat kawalan keselamatan itu baru mengemukakan permohonan untuk membuat tapisan keselamatan bagi pegawal keselamatan terbabit (suspek) pada hari ini. Sehubungan itu, KDN memutuskan untuk membatalkan lesen syarikat berkenaan," katanya pada sidang akhbar di Putrajaya.Laporan penuh sila baca di SINI.

Nama Syarikat tersebut kemudiannya telah didedahkan oleh Menteri Dalam Negeri, Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

Hingga kehari terakhir tempoh rayuan diberikan, Prima Secuirity tidak mengemukakan sebarang rayuan terhadap tindakan Kementerian Dalam Negeri itu.

Zahid juga dilaporkan berkata "Kita mengambil tindakan membatalkan lesen syarikat itu kerana berdasarkan rekod, syarikat terbabit sudah mempunyai dua kesalahan sejak ditubuhkan".


Bagaimanapun... Syarikat terbabit yang dikatakan telah dibatalkan lesennya oleh Menteri Dalam Negeri kerana gagal mengemukakan rayuan..

Dibatalkan lesen kerana gagal mematuhi syarat dan peraturan pengendalian serta pengurusan agensi persendirian menurut Timbalan Ketua Setiausaha Kanan (Keselamatan) KDN Datuk Alwi Ibrahim.. didapati masih beroperasi seperti biasa...

Malah menurut jurucakap AmBank, syarikat kawalan keselamatan itu masih diberikan kebenaran untuk meneruskan perkhidmatan kerana syarikat terbabit hanya diberi surat tunjuk sebab bukannya dibatalkan lesen sepertimana yang dinyatakan oleh Zahid Hamidi..


Ini laporan penuhnya..

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 30 — The security company whose licence was revoked a day after its guard shot and killed an AmBank officer a week ago, is still operating as usual.

The Malay Mail visited the bank branch in USJ Sentral 2 in Subang Jaya yesterday and saw a guard from Kawalan Prima Sdn Bhd on duty.

This was despite Home Ministry senior deputy secretary-general Datuk Alwi Ibrahim’s announcement that Kawalan Prima’s licence had been revoked.

An AmBank spokesman said that Kawalan Prima was still authorised to provide services as the firm was only given a show-cause letter from the Home Ministry.

The security firm refused to comment on the rogue security guard, who was an Indonesian with a fake identity card. It did say, however, despite claims that its licence had been revoked, it was functioning as usual.

“We explained the situation to the necessary people and they know we have done nothing wrong. That is all that matters,” said the company’s legal officer who refused to be named.

The bank staff, meanwhile, were apparently unhappy that a guard from the same firm was still working there, but they refused to elaborate citing company regulations.

Following last Wednesday’s robbery, the bank was closed for two days and resumed operations on Monday.

The latest security guard told The Malay Mail that he had been redeployed from another bank in SS14, four days after the shooting incident.

Checks showed that the security firm provides more than 600 security officers, including armed guards, to various banks and establishments.

In the incident last week, Norazita Abu Talib, 37, a bank employee for 16 years, was shot in the face with a pump-gun while at the bank’s vault.

The 37-year-old suspect had been working as a guard with another bank for a year and had occasionally served as a replacement at the AmBank branch where the robbery occurred ~ The Malay Mail


.....  Apa cerita nih? Menteri Dalam Negeri dan Timbalan Ketua Setiausaha Kanan (Keselamatan) KDN telah berkata lesennya telah dibatalkan tapi syarikat masih beroperasi seperti biasa?

Siapa telah berbohong dalam hal ini?.. Zahid Hamidi, Datuk Alwi Ibrahim ataupun pihak Kawalan Prima?

Atau kerana syarikat dikuasai oleh Pemimpin UMNO maka tiada undang-undang yang tertakluk terhadap mereka?

Kenapa dalam hal yang membabitkan nyawa rakyat masih wujud pembohongan begini??

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