by sira habibu
ALOR STAR: All documents from the offices of the Mentri Besar and executive councillors in Kedah have gone missing.
The PAS-led government which took office after 12th general election on March 8 will lodge a police report based on the findings of an internal investigation.
Mentri Besar Azizan Abdul Razak has appointed state executive councillor Phahrolrazi Zawawi to investigate the case of the missing documents.
“Phahrolrazi will investigate what happened.
“I do not want to accuse people without proof,” said Azizan who found that the Mentri Besar’s office was void of documents after the swearing-in ceremony last Sunday.
The newly appointed executive councillors, who were sworn in on Wednesday, found out the next day that their offices were also empty.
“There is not a single paper left in all the offices. We view this very seriously because the documents belong to the executive council, not to any individual,” said Phahrolrazi.
He said most of the documents were classified.
“We are questioning the government officers on duty. No one has a right to transfer the documents without permission,” he said.
Phahrolrazi said the former executive councillors did not have the right to enter the offices without permission.
“We need the minutes of the meetings to check the progress of projects and other matters that were discussed at the executive council meetings,” he said.
Selangor State Officials Destroyed Document
News from Sin Chew Daily 2008-03-10 17:50
(Shah Alam) State Officials of former Selangor Menteri Besar Dato’ Seri Mohamad Khir Toyo have returned to State Government Office to pack but also destroyed some official documents.
Newly appointed Menteri Besar Tan Sri Abd Khalid Ibrahim arrived at Level 19 the building at 2.35pm for a close-door meeting with the former State Secretary and Tresurer.
Around 3.15pm, there were 5 to 6 officers at Level 12 started to destroy some documents. Level 12 was believed to be the Admin & Management division.
Party members of PKR and DAP immediately rushed over to stop the activity, and insisted that these documents are state property therefore must be retained regardless of the contents.
After the “destroy-document” exercise was stopped, the documents were scattered everywhere. According to sources, some of them were minutes of meetings, and some were marked “confidential document”.
huhuhu..diorang ni sangat tidak bertanggungjawab!! (Puak UMeNO mmg begitu ker??)