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Home Minister: Cops still looking for ‘important’ witnesses in Christian Malaysia probe

Posted: 14 Jun 2011 01:22 AM PDT

Source: (By Shazwan Mustafa Kamal, 14/6/2011)
The police are still searching for several "important" witnesses in the investigation into Utusan Malaysia's Christian Malaysia report, the Home Ministry said today.
Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein stated that 63 police reports were made on the matter, recordings of 60 conversations were taken and recordings of the conversations of five Utusan Malaysia journalists were taken. "The police are still locating several important witnesses to help complete the investigation for this case," Hishammuddin said in a written reply to Lim Lip Eng (Segambut-DAP).
Lim had asked the ministry to state the basis of Utusan's report of an alleged conspiracy that church leaders were plotting together with the DAP to make Christianity the official religion of Malaysia and to install a Christian prime minister.
In response, Hishammuddin also said that the ministry had already issued a warning letter to Utusan for its May 7 article titled "Kristian Agama Rasmi? (Christianity the official religion)". The minister said that the matter was being investigated under Section 4(1)(c) of the Sedition Act 1948.
Christian leaders and DAP members have denied the reports which have sparked protests but the Home Ministry has only slapped Utusan Malaysia with a warning letter for publishing the unsubstantiated report. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak was forced to meet with church leaders to clear the air but Umno vice president and Home Minister Hishammuddin later said that there was "some basis" to the reports.

Exposed wires endanger park visitors

Posted: 13 Jun 2011 07:19 PM PDT

Lim Lip Eng and the residents inspecting the exposed wires at the park.
(By Noel Achariam and Rizki Sayuti , 12/6/2011)
Residents of Taman Kok Doh in Segambut are worried about several exposed wires jutting out from two lamp posts in their neighbourhood park. The residents claimed that the wires have been left exposed for more than five months. The neighbourhood park which is located in Jalan 19/42 serves more than 200 families in the vicinity.
Resident M.C. Leong, 58, was unhappy that no action was taken to cover the exposed wires. He fears for the safety of children playing at the park. Leong said the elderly go to the park for their morning exercise while youngsters use it to play basketball in the evening. "The park is used daily for basketball, qi gong and other activities. "At night, the residents use the park for activities such as line dancing. The authorities need to act fast before any untoward incident happens," he said.
Another resident Leong Sze Min, 27, said City Hall should conduct more frequent checks on all the parks in the neighbourhood. "Something must be done immediately to cover up the exposed wires. We hope the authorities will look into this matter immediately to prevent any accidents," she said.
An 11-year-old boy was electrocuted in March 19 at a playground in Taman Batu Tiga, Subang Jaya. SK Seksyen 20 student Muhammad Naqiuddin Mohd Marzuki was running home when he slipped and fell at 6.50pm after playing football with several friends on a wet field. As he was falling, one of his legs hit the lamp post and he was believed to have been electrocuted.
Segambut member of parliament Lim Lip Eng said the authorities should take action before there is a repeat of the Subang Jaya incident. He claimed that he had lodged several reports with City Hall two months ago but no action was taken. "I had written to City Hall three times and had called their hotline but there was no response," he said. Lim said he would asked City Hall to take action immediately.
The residents are also concerned about the uncollected rubbish at the park. They fear it will become a breeding ground for the Aedes mosquitoes.

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