CIQ chaos believed to be orchestrated
BY SIM BAK HENG - 1 AUGUST 2014 @ 12:44 PM
JOHOR BARU: The chaotic situation at the bus lanes of the customs, immigration and quarantine complex at the Sultan Iskandar Building early this morning is believed to have been orchestrated by two factory bus drivers.
Sources said the two drivers stopped their vehicles some 100 metres away from the complex and blocked the entire bus lanes.
This prevented hundreds of factory buses, stage buses, express buses and tour coaches which were behind the two factory busses from entering the complex.
It is learnt the two factory bus drivers were not happy about the toll hike which came into effect at midnight today.
The duo demanded an explanation from the authorities, otherwise they threatened to maintain their block on the bus lanes.
The drama unfolded at about 4am and became worse by 5.30am when Malaysians working in Singapore began arriving at the complex via other stage buses and express buses.
It is learnt that the police had questioned the two factory bus drivers on the motive behind staging the protest. - NST
[caption id="attachment_1253" align="aligncenter" width="521"] Workers heading to Singapore were forced to walk across as a result of the act of sabotage-NSTpic[/caption]
If the report is factual, then the two bus drivers and those behind them must be hauled up to face the full brunt of law because their actions are nothing short of sabotage. Its a clear cut case of sabotage.
If we start tolerating such nonsense, these rascals won't stop at this... especially when they have irresponsible politicians and political parties backing them.
Act now before they consider something more serious and detrimental... probably fatal.
Nip it in the bud before it becomes a culture.
p/s Guess DAP leaders must come clean on this. If you're not behind this act, condemn it.