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May 23, 2009

A University Student Forced to Pay RM50: Saya Anti Rasuah or Saya Nanti Rasuah?

A student from Universiti Tun Abdul Razak (UNITAR) Kelana Jaya Campus force to pay RM50 for the traffic offense that they have done. They traffic police officer force him to pay RM50 instead of issuing summonses. Although the University student admit his offense and wanted a summon notice than giving bribe to the officer, the officer rejected his request and continuously forced him to pay RM50.

The whole incident happened yesterday evening, when the student did not wear helmet and rode motorcycle. A policeman caught the student and straight away asks for RM50. When the student refuse to pay, the officer said he wanted the sum of money then only he will let the student go from the place. The police declined to receive it directly through the hand, so he had ordered the student to put the money at the back box of the officer’s motor.

And at the same time, the student brilliantly captured few pictures for evidence to lodge report later on, the pictures taken when the police ask over money for him. The most shameful part of the incident was when the students warned the policeman that he will lodge an official report to police on what had happened, the officer decided to return his money back.

This is the shameful attitude of the most Malaysian police officers. If this trend continues, we are going to live in a failed nation of course. Destroy the corruption before it destroys your nation! The student did a very good job as a responsible citizen. Although he had done traffic offense he did not wanted to escape from legal punishment and daringly face the law.

Compare the student to the officer that wearing the badge ‘Saya Anti Rasuah’ and ‘INTEGRITI AMALAN KITA’. Tell me who is the real responsible citizen?

THIS WAS WHERE THE STUDENT ORDERED TO PUT RM50 BY THE OFFICER

THE BIKE OF THE INVOLVED OFFICER

THE OFFICER, (MR KHAN)

BETULKE NI? BUAT MALU SAHAJA!

4 comments:

Ramesh (Facebook) said...

Corruption is the abuse of entrusted power for private gain. It is
damaging to a country because decisions are taken not for the public
benefit but to serve private interests. Corruption undermines good
governance, fundamentally distorts public policy, leads to misallocation
of resources, and particularly hurts the poor. Controlling it is only
possible with the cooperation of a wide range of stakeholders in the
integrity system, including most importantly, the state, civil society, and
the private sector.

Anonymous said...

“anti-rasuah” or “Nanti-rasuah”
dunno how many times i heard this, traffic police or just normal police stop the car. “saya tidak rasuah, i tak nak duit u, tapi kalau boleh, senang.. tak payah bagi saman. bukan rasuah, atasan nak”

i believe sure, some of them will say that the way the do this ranking got problems, the score system they use cannot implement on Malaysia…. all sort of excuses.

Nazri said...

sial police macam ni !

joshua said...

Rasuah starts from the top.

So, this policeman ikut saja.