Thursday, September 21, 2006

Politicians Are Urged To Follow IGP's Colour Blind Policy.

Inspector General of Police, Tan Sri Musa Hassan says, the police must remain strictly colour blind when it comes to handling crime and criminals in the country. He said they cannot be moved by ethnic or any other bias and have to remain neutral in enforcing law and order.

How nice to hear of such refreshing advice, especially at a time when opportunists masquerading as leaders of the race and religion are causing unnecessary tensions in the ruling coalition and ethnic baiting is on the rise. Would it be too much to ask if politicians of all parties, both ruling and opposition seriously consider the type of advice the IGP is giving the police force? It is applicable to each and every one of them, pemuda and the seniors. Whether it be Pak Lah, Lim Kit Siang or even that super bangsa warrior, Khairy Jamaluddin, if they could incorporate the 'colour blind' advice of the IGP into their political philosophy, things would be so much better for every citizen of our country. But can our politicians afford to abandon time tested methods of provocation and rabble rousing or are they indeed capable of such drastic change?

For the full report on the IGP's speech, use this link.

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