Special Task Force needed to probe Mahathir and Ambiga

TTF: The Melaka Police Contingent is taking a step in the right direction (see news item below). TTF urges the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Dato’ Seri Mohamad Fuzi Harun, to go the next step by putting together a Special Task Force. The purpose of the STF would be to formulate contingency methods and implement specialised training routines to anticipate the crisis scenario both Dato’ Ambiga Sreenevasan and Dr Mahathir Mohamad are trying to actualise during the 14th general election (GE14).

As a matter of fact, I urge Fuzi to initiate the Task Torce into links the former premier and former Bersih co-chairperson have with billionaire-anarchist George Soros. I assure you, that should the police work closely with Bank Negara and the MACC to dig into their  ties with companies parked under the names of their family members and associates, they will discover money trails linking to a group led by a man Soros tasked to cripple Barisan Nasional by whatever means necessary.

MELAKA: The Melaka Police Contingent are preparing its personnel in terms of physical, mental and knowledge aspects through the general election charity exercise to face the upcoming 14th General Election (GE14).

Melaka police chief Datuk Abd Jalil Hassan said the charity exercise, which had begun two days ago, would be carried out in five stages, namely during the dissolution of Parliament, nomination of candidates, campaigning, voting and post-election.

“Based on these five stages, Melaka police personnel will be exposed to the real situation such as internal or external threats or disturbances that can disrupt the state’s security and stability.

“A total of 2,500 personnel will be involved in the charity exercise and will be assisted by the 500 personnel of the Federal Reserve Unit (FRU) and the General Operations Force (PGA),” he told reporters after attending the contingent’s assembly here today.

Earlier, Abd Jalil witnessed the handing over of duties of state Special Branch chief by Datuk Dr Wan Ariffin Wan Ahmad to his successor ACP Borhan Daud.

Borhan was Pahang Police Contingent headquarters Special Branch II deputy chief and Wan Ariffin has been transferred to Bukit Aman as Special Branch E4 assistant director.

In another development, Abd Jalil said 20 individuals, aged between 20 and 56, were detained under the Prevention of Crime Act 1959 (POCA) and 39 investigation papers were opened from Jan 1 until today.

Source: Bernama

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