Petition to compel Malaysian Inspector General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar to STEP DOWN
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Why must Khalid step down?
1. Six months after Khalid was appointed as the nation’s top cop, his brother Abdullah Abu Bakar was made a director of a firearm-related company. The company was registered on Nov 1, 2013 with a paid up capital of RM300,000.
2. Khalid’s daughter, Juwiza Khalid and brother-in-law have been exposed of co-owning a firearms company – Nilai Arms and Ammunitions Sdn Bhd.
3. There is a suspicion that their two companies are linked to one another. Khalid’s daughter is selling firearms and his brother training people how to use them.
4. Since Khalid’s appointment in 2013, there has been a noticeable increase in the number of shooting cases nationwide.
5. Khalid’s refusal to conduct any investigation into 1MDB and the “Malaysian Official One” (MO1) named in the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) civil action. DOJ is seeking to seize more than US$1 billion worth of assets funded which it claims is money belonging to the Malaysian public. The country’s head of police instead as termed this financial scandal as a “political matter” and as such, the police will not have any part of it. However, if that be the case, why did the police arrest a 58-year old odd job worker, who held his slipper to hit the Prime Minister’s (PM) portrait in 2013 and just last year arrested a 76-year old man for sharing a crude photo insulting the PM?
6. While serious crimes are escalating in the country as the economy worsens, the police, under the Khalid’s leadership, is instead playing cyber cop in a bid to silence keyboard warriors. Last year the force formed a task force to monitor, identify and take action against those who misuse social media. Clearly his priorities are all mixed up. Instead of fighting crime and making Malaysia a safe country, Khalid and his police force are going after whistle-blowers.
7. The RM5.5 million mansion “Istana Mantin” in Mantin, Negeri Sembilan. There are documents that clearly link Khalid to the construction that mansion, which was allegedly sponsored by the heads of illegal gambling syndicates. Khalid has never denied these claims on the mansion.
To date, under the helm of Khalid, serious crimes in the country have become more apparent. The general public does not feel safe at all.
According to a survey done by NUMBEO – which is based on perception of visitors to its website in the past 3 years, the crime index (of upon 100 points) in Malaysia now stands at 69.39 - which is high. The level of crime is also at 75.05 while the level of crime increasing over the past 3 years is at a staggering 79.96.
Even the United States Department of State Bureau of Diplomatic Security, in its 2016 Crime and Safety Report of Malaysia, stated that there continues to be a noticeable increase in crime.
The escalating fear of the public is a clear indication that Khalid should step down as the IGP for his failure to execute his duties in a fair and judicious manner. He has clearly abused his position for gain. His cronyism and biasness have also caused serious damage to the country.
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