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Cops must act against Azis’s aide

A screen grab from the CCTV footage of the upskirt incident.

12th September, 2018

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Umno Wanita has joined a bandwagon of netizens seeking the police to take stern action against the special officer of Deputy Home Minister (KDN) Dato Azis Jamman who was caught recording an upskirt video of an optician woman in Kuala Lumpur on Saturday.

Its chief, Datuk Hajah Jainab Haji Ahmad Ayid said the immoral and disgusting act by the officer concerned showed disrespect for women.

“Although Azis reportedly has sacked the officer concerned, it should not be perceived the case is already over…the police must take stern action against the person concerned without bias.

“As Deputy Home Minister and a Parti Warisan MP, Azis should not have just sacked the officer concerned and then case closed. That is unjust, his action is disrespectful to all women…what about the dignity of the victim concerned?” she asked.

Jainab was commenting on a viraled video and photos of Azis’ special officer who secretly recorded the upskirt of the optician.

In her police report, the optician Ho Pey Khee reported that while she was examining Azis’ vision, the man made the recording which was captured on CCTV, where the footage went viral. She subsequently lodged a police report at Damansara police station, Petaling Jaya.

Jainab said although Malaysia is now led by a new Government, the people regardless of gender, race, religion and political ideology must continue to respect one another.

“We don’t want to see that just because the officer works in KDN, which oversees the police force, he can act as he likes without respecting the law.

“Thus a stern action should be taken against the officer concerned because while he was working for Azis, he was a staff of KDN which enforces the law of the land,” she said.

Jainab also questioned Azis who is Sepanggar MP for having hired such a low-moral person to be his officer. She said the person concerned was reported to have been investigated by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) previously and was reportedly sacked from Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS).

Jainab, who is Sepanggar Umno Wanita chief, said that there are many more educated Sabahan youths who are still unemployed and in need of a job.

“Azis should have given the opportunities to local Sabahans to serve under him or in KDN than appointing such a person who had been investigated by MACC and sacked from the UMS,” said Jainab who is former State Community Development and Consumer Affairs Minister.

“Those have been proven guilty should be punished according to the law and there should not be any bias, because Malaysia do not practice the ‘law of the jungle’,” she said.

One of the netizens wrote comically, “Boss checked mata. Aide cuci mata.” Others demanded for the perpetrator to be charged in court.

“Thank goodness he is caught in CCTV,” wrote another.

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