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IT seems rather ironic that the house of a minister was broken into the day before the official launch of the newly set-up Crime Prevention Department.
THE wheels of justice have been set into motion. That the Attorney-General has moved fast to charge the policemen allegedly involved in the death of detainee N. Dhamendran may bring small comfort to his family, and to some extent, assuage public anger.
FIRST, it was the alarming number of motorcyclists riding on highways when they should be on their own designated lanes. The reason, as we found out, was because the lanes were badly maintained, posed a danger to the users, and some motorcyclists simply didn’t like the longer route.
THE new IGP surely isn’t having it easy. Just days into his appointment, Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar has had his hands full dealing with Opposition rallies, arrests of people for sedition and cracking down on gun violence.