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Monday, November 10, 2008

Polis Serang Ketika Lagu Negaraku dinyanyikan


Menurut laporan Malaysiakini 10 November melalui tajuk berita CPO: Tindakan menyurai bukan sewaktu lagu Negaraku,

Ketua Polis Selangor, Datuk Khalid Abu Bakar menafikan bahawa pihak polis bertindak menyuraikan para peserta majlis memasang lilin malam tadi ketika mereka sedang menyanyikan lagu Negaraku. "Itu adalah dakwaan mereka (peserta)," kata Khalid kepada pemberita di ibupejabat polis daerah Petaling Jaya kira-kira tengah malam tadi.

Selaku sekretariat BERSIH, saya ingin menyatakan di sini bahawa orang ramai yang berhimpun secara aman sememangnya sedang menyanyikan lagu kebangsaan, Negaraku. Dan pada ketika itu, polis bertindak ganas.



Apa yang lebih menyedihkan lagi ialah ketika tangakapan mula dibuat ketika rangkap di bawah dinyanyikan:

Raja Kita Selamat Bertakhta

Ini menunjukkan bahawa pihak polis telah mencemarkan kedaulatan raja dan perlembagaan.

Aku tidak mahu menyentuh tentang sikap anggota polis termasuk anggota yang berpangkat tinggi yang lepak, duduk dan menjerit-jerit memberi arahan kepada anggota yang lain ketika lagu dinyanyikan.



Perlu ditekankan di sini bahawa orang ramai yang berhimpun bukan menyanyikan lagu Memula Moon atau Negarakuku !


Secara keseluruhannya, Ketua Polis Negeri telah bercakap bohong dan melalui kenyataannya kepada media semalam, menunjukkan Ketua Polis tersebut tidak layak menjadi seorang yang berpangkat di dalam organisasi polis terutamanya di negeri di bawah jajahan takluk kerajaan Pakatan Rakyat.

Berikut ialah keterangan salah seorang yang ditahan, Rusnizam Mahat (wartawan) sebaik sahaja dibebaskan:





Berikut pula ialah kenyataan rasmi BERSIH yang mendapat sedang diedarkan untuk mendapat persetujuan daripada pertubuhan bukan kerajaan dan parti politik:

Police Attack on Citizens singing National Anthem: Contempt of Nation and King

We, the undersigned civil society groups, express our strongest condemnation of the brutal attack by policemen on a 100-strong crowd of Malaysians who were singing the national anthem Negaraku. The event took place last night (Sunday, 9 Nov 2008) at the BERSIH peaceful gathering outside MBPJ's Civic Hall, Petaling Jaya.

Members of the public had gathered to commemorate the first anniversary of the BERSIH rally on 10 November 2007 as well as demand for the abolition of the ISA. The attack was not only an outright human rights violation, but it also demonstrated outrageous contempt of the Nation and Hia Majesty The King.

The police used brute and excessive force on the peaceful crowd. As the crowd sang the following lines of the national anthem – "Raja kita selamat bertakhta" [May the King reign in peace], FRU personnel and plainclothes officers charged at the crowd and started chasing and grabbing people at random.

A 53-year-old woman named Dian Abdullah was attacked from behind by a few policemen, causing her to fall and injure the back of her head. A bystander took her to the hospital where she received four stitches for the cut.

MP for Petaling Jaya Utara, Tony Pua and Kampung Tunku state assemblyman Lau Weng San were manhandled and punched respectively. A PAS member was set upon by six police officers on the five-foot-way right outside Lotus Restaurant.

We would like to stress that, first and foremost, it is every Malaysians' birth right to peaceful assembly, as enshrined in Article 10 of the Federal Constitution. The police dispersal of citizens' peaceful gathering is unwarranted and an act of contempt against the Constitution.

We are deeply appalled by the unusual manner of the police dispersal of citizens in a peaceful gathering. Under 'more normal' circumstances, the police officer in charge would order the crowd to disperse within five minutes before taking any action. While Malaysians are taught from young to stand to attention when the national anthem is being played or sung, the behaviour of the police was such that they felt they had to stop the peaceful crowd from finishing the song and then proceeded to punish them violently.

We urge Home Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Syed Albar to immediately apologize to Malaysians and we demand that th Selangor Chief of Police, Deputy Comm Datuk Khalid Abu Bakar to take responsibility for his part in this fiasco and resign.

We call on all Malaysians to unite, regardless of our political persuasion, to defend the national symbol and basic human rights.

The 9 November police attack on the citizens, the nation and the monarchy has yet again reminded us of the urgent and immediate need for an Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC).

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2 Comments:

At 6:29 pm, Blogger Pemuda Malaysia said...

padan muka ko..
tak payah nak jadikan lagu negaraku sebagai perisai untuk polis tidak menahan ko..

abis kalo perompak merompak bank sambil nyanyi lagu negaraku, polis tak boleh ambil tindakan ker??

malu lah sikit dengan statement bodoh macam tue..

ko bukan tak pandai cuma dah terpengaruh dengan pembangkang yang asyik mencari jalan untuk menjatuhkan kerajaan jer..

padahal pembangkang tak sedar banyak tindakan mereka yang menyusahkan dan merugikan kerajaan..

jangan jadi bangang yer faisal mustaffa!!!

 
At 4:08 am, Blogger acaiFM said...

Sallam kepada Pemuda Malaysia yang begitu setia membaca blog ini,

Untuk pengetahuan sdr dan juga yang khayal dengan Utusan Malaysia, sememangnya nyanyian Negaraku sememangnya dalam agenda perhimpunan tersebut.

Tidak terlintas menjadikan NEGARAKU sebagai perisai.

Pertuduhan yang lebih bangang kepada Pemuda Malaysia ini yang membuat pertuduhan tanpa berada di tersebut.


PS: I wander if this PEMUDA MALAYSIA ever organize a rally and understand Article 10 of the Constitution.

Kepada PEMUDA MALAYSIA, layanlah Utusan Malaysia sementara ianya masih berada dalam pasaran.

 

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