If you did not personally notice a Press story and photograph showing a former Prime Minister openly bribing potential voters in the upcoming Malacca election no doubt your chief of CID did? And can bring it to your notice.
The Malaysian public is the best judge of its police force and will certainly judge you and your men by what, if anything, you do about this open criminality. Or is bribery and corruption so deeply embedded in all aspects of Malaysian life, including in the PDRM, that these offences are “non” offences?
You and your men will be judged by the public on your reaction to this open public crime.
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