I strongly believe this two buggers - a businessman, the other a politician - should be investigated by Bukit Aman, the MACC and the media.
I have written about in once. There were good response from readers who are aware of the situation. Some were very direct, very precise.
Its about one Datuk Majal and Datuk Seri Hon Ramo, both Malays and Umno 'strongmen'. They contribute well to the party and to their friends and cronies. And they also hold supreme positions in protecting thugs and gangster groups in the Klang Valley.
After some 'diggings' with Bukit Aman officials, traders, illegal gambling den owners, pirated CD sellers and some victims, I think this is a serious matter. However, I should be proud for them too - the only Malays who have full control on such groups!
This is not an accusation. I'm only calling for an investigation. I don't bank much hope on the police since they are not able to reach out for them. Its a delicate yet a dangerous case. They could be on the take too. And my life will be at stake if I spell out their names in full.
However, let me give you an example. A Malay pirated CD seller is busted minutes after opening up his business at a Cheras 'pasar malam', next to a non-Malay who also sells similar items. He was brought and locked-up for 3 days at the police station, produced in court and sent to 3 months jail.
However, the non-Malay who was also busted, got out of lock-up within an hour after being picked up, with all his CDs returned. Someone bailed him out, using the two big names I mentioned above. Whether its name dropping or what, it really works.
Go to Petaling Street, the non-Malay traders would name-drop Datuk Majal's name. Some say the Datuk controls and protects them from any enforcement actions.
I was also informed that two big clans - one named after a city in Russia, the other after an Orang Asli tribe - are close to them, channeling political fund and helps the Datuk to expand his business (a chain of restaurants).
I tried to call Hon Ramo last month but his officers shooed me off on the pretext that he was not in the office and had got no time for me. Fine.
If investigations establish a link among them, I think Prime Minister Najib should put a brake on it. The politician is not fit to hold any position at State or Federal level. The MACC should look into his wealth and make assessment of his income and expenditures.
It looks like I also need to lodge a police report for my protection and my family's safety. Personally, I don't see Umno should keep this kind of people. The rakyat must also reject them should they contest in the next general election.
Just a simple question to local councils, Ministry of Domestic Trade, the police and Home Ministry - if the Malays are not allowed to sell illegal items like pirated CDs, why allow the non-Malays to sell it freely?
Will someone please answer!!!