MIC president SA Vigneswaran has had enough of the rising number of passings in authority and has approached the recently named investigator general of police Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani to discover an answer.
The demise of truck driver Umar Faruq Abdullah yesterday at the south Klang area police central command was the third of its sort in a space of 15 days, with safety officer S Sivabalan biting the dust at Gombak police headquarters on May 20 and Surendran Shanker dying at the Kluang emergency clinic seven days after the fact, subsequent to being held at Simpang Renggam jail in Johor.
Vigneswaran said the issue can at this point don’t be ignored, as it includes the deficiency of living souls and said the establishment intended to secure them is bombing them.
“What happened yesterday, when a detainee kicked the bucket subsequent to leaping to his demise from a structure is something that isn’t worthy in any way,” he told the Malaysia Gazette.
He said it brought up numerous issues about the police, and said it was adversely affecting the public’s certainty and view of the establishment, with the issue “appearing to be crazy.”
“A passing in authority is sufficient to strike dread in the hearts of somebody who is confined or called to the police headquarters now, and the public will fear an establishment that should be answerable for the wellbeing and lives of individuals.”
“I appeal to the controller general of police to think of stricter rules in managing prisoners.
“On the off chance that you keep an individual, ensure his government assistance and life is the need. The law will give a discipline proportionate with the wrongdoing or offense carried out by the suspect. Try not to make the speculate a casualty,” he said.
Vigneswaran said MIC would hold a gathering with Acryl Sani and home clergyman Hamzah Zainudin soon to examine the issue.
“This is extremely upsetting and something should be done to stop this,” he said.