Thursday 31 October 2013

You need an ex-cop to do the job

Well done Deputy Home Minister Datuk Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar. This ex-cop is truly a no nonsense guy. 

Ministry pulls the plug on Kawalan Prima's operations
PETALING JAYA: Security firm Kawalan Prima Sdn Bhd has to surrender its firearms and stop operating by today, said Deputy Home Minister Datuk Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar.
He said the company was served a show-cause letter on Oct 25 that expires today.
“The company only responded to the letter on Tuesday. They have to stop operating by tomorrow (today),” he said when contacted yesterday.
“The security unit in the Home Ministry has been instructed to do what is necessary, including raiding their offices and confiscating their guns. The action is not so immediate because we have to give them notice,” he added.
It was reported that a security guard shot dead bank officer Norazita Abu Talib after she opened the strongroom of an Ambank branch in Subang Jaya on Oct 23.
The guard escaped with about RM450,000 from the vault.- The Star 
Security firm ordered to shut down
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct  31 — Security firm Kawalan Prima Sdn Bhd will have to cease operations today and surrender its firearms to the police immediately.
Failure to do so will result in the police raiding the company’s premises and seizing all weapons.
Deputy Home Minister Datuk Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar said the security firm has to comply as the company’s operating licence was revoked yesterday.- MalayMail
... but what next?

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Anonymous said...

Armed guard robs jewellery outlet in Setapak.

Read more here:

So how now?

Apanama said...

Armed guard robs goldsmith ... could be a syndicate?

Anonymous said...

yb saya, santubong, proud lah kamek yb datok wan , teruskan 'bekelakar' jgn diam ajak

Anonymous said...

Bro, Kawalan Prima masih jaga Dataran Maybank. Apa cerita?