Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Former IGP's advice to Selayang toilet inspectors

Hehehe ... apparently, the recent antics of Selayang councillors have attracted the attention of our former Inspector General of Police, Tun Hanif Omar, who could not resist taking a dig at those clueless guys in an article carried by MT's website.

Tun Hanif said:-

"DID you read Pak Lah’s request to public servants asking them to be prudent in spending and not to waste public funds, which most papers carried on March 7?

I am sure we all welcomed it but, more importantly, you and I should closely monitor this request for compliance and report any suspected transgressions to the Public Complaints Bureau of the Prime Minister’s Department, which is now online.

If we get no satisfactory response from them, we should write to the press. As I said many times before, we must keep shining the light on perceived malpractices if we want action to be taken.

The PCB can be contacted at Ibu Pejabat, Biro Pengaduan Awam, Jabatan Perdana Menteri, Aras 6, Blok B1, Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan, 62502 Putrajaya, tel: 03 8888 7777, fax: 03 8888 3748, e-mail: aduan@bpa.jpm.my and website: www.bpa.jpm.my.

... Following the Prime Minister’s advice for prudent spending, I hope that from now on we will not be seeing any more metal and plastic trees adorning our tropical landscape, or a perfectly good line of trees along roads being uprooted and replaced with a different species with each change of local council president or, worse still, have an endless parade of local councillors visiting foreign toilets to see how they are kept clean.

Why can’t they tap the tens of thousands of Malaysian officials and tourists who have experienced all kinds of foreign and local toilets? Tap local expertise first!"

I've said it here, here, here and here about what a bunch of stooges those guys are.

Why don't they ask their very own big boss, the YB mentri besar how the toilets look like in foreign countries? I'm sure he, being the only MB of a developed state in Malaysia has seen plenty of toilets in countless countries, some developed, some still developing and some hopelessly undeveloped. I'm sure he can tell you what a developed state's public toilets should look like.

If they think their boss's experience is not good enough, then go ask the PM lah!

Pak Lah was previously the foreign minister, travelling all over the world. Even now, he is still travelling all over the world. Surely he must have seen a million foreign toilets already.

Go ask him lah and save the taxpayers' some hard-earned ringgit.

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3 Comments:

Blogger Maverick SM said...

Believe me, the legislators are good enough to manage toilets only.

5/4/06 16:57  
Blogger Anak Merdeka said...

Because they are dropping so much sh** themselves, mave??

These clowns give us so much entertainment value ... such a pity we are paying for it.

5/4/06 17:49  
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