Wow! Unbelievably arrogant!
This is how the Home Minister and his team behaves... like they are the KINGS!
They have forgotten completely that they are civil servants and must service the people.
And this is a great example of 1MALAYSIA, people first, performance now.
What a SHAME!
Following news article adopted from Malaysiakini.
A 30-member delegation left Putrajaya disappointed today after Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein declined to accept their memo in person regarding the police shooting of unemployed single mom Norizan Salleh.
Arriving at the Home Ministry around 11.30am, the group, made up of representatives Lawyers for Liberty and Pakatan Rakyat were met by Hishammuddin's senior private secretary Azmi Zakaria in the lobby to receive the memorandum on behalf of the minister.
However a commotion erupted when Norizan's lawyer N Surendren and the Pakatan representatives insisted on meeting the minister in person.
“If we deliver this to you, you will not take action. We want to hand this to the minister,” declared Surendran.
Apparently annoyed by the remark, the Home Ministry's representative walked away.
Meanwhile, Teratai state assemblyperson Janice Lee said they were treated like nobodies although the victim was already in their building.
Norizan expressed her disappointment that she could not meet the Home Minister in person.
"I still hope to meet him and get explanation from him," she said.
Police had classified the incident as an accident and refused to meet Norizan's medical expenses.
"I do not know how to pay the RM18,000 medical bill," she, adding "I do not even know how to support myself."
PKR communications director Lateefa Koya, wondered why the minister did not take the opportunity to meet the victim himself, so that he could see what she went through.
Norizan, who was shot five times and beaten up by police after they stopped a car she was in on the MRR2, is claiming that attack on her was without reason and wrongful.
Earlier Norizan and her supporters had submitted similar memorandums to Bukit Aman on Feb 5 and the Human Rights Commission (Suhakam) on Feb 11.
Kapar MP S Manickavasagam said they will send the memorandum to Parliament when it sits on March 15.
"He cannot run if it is sent to the parliament," he said.
Among those present to lend support were Selangor exco Rodziah Ismail, Ampang MP Zuraida Kamaruddin, PAS Women's Wing Secretary Kartini Ahmad, Selangor Pakatan Rakyat elected Representative Officer (SELPRO) secretary Ng Yap Hwa.