Saturday, July 21, 2012

Hishammuddin Forms Team to Fight Crime Against Women and Children

 The family of 12-year-old Dutch boy Nayati Moodliar, who was kidnapped in June, has been roped in to fight crime.
His father, Shamelin, will be part of a special team under the Home Ministry to give his input on violence against women and children.
Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein said the team will comprise non-governmental organisations (NGO), bloggers and other interested parties.
"Anyone who feel they can contribute no matter how big or small are also welcomed to this team," he told a press conference here on Saturday.
He had earlier chaired a meeting with the various police chiefs in Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya at the Dang Wangi district police headquarters.
Nayati was on his way to Mont Kiara International school near his home on April 27 when he was abducted by two men in a black car.
He was released at the Sungai Buloh rest and recreation area on May 3.
Three men have been charged for the abduction.
(source: The Star)

1 comment:

Focus said...

First of all the kidnapping was not a crime against children please hisham ooiii.

It was a commercial crime with money as motive la.

Please get your focus right. Sexual abuse? Child abuse?

What? Kidnapping for money cannot be categorised as crime against children. It is against the fathers pocket.

With this kind of people how la to progress.

So also is purse snatching. Man also get their bags snatched. Laptop stolen. This is theft and robbery by someone against someone.

The way the Home Ministry and the media is tackling crime is to denote we are under attack from unknown faceless group of people.

The why these people are snatching bags from old ladies is not explained.

Why the chinese gangs are resorting to kidnapping is not explained. Are these people born criminal. We cannot blame the society but we must deploy thousands of police and rela to keep these people at bay!

Such incompetence...