The Prophet (pbuh) said:
“Undoubtedly, the heart gets rusted like metal gets rusted when water goes over it. The People asked, “How can they [hearts] be cleaned.” The Prophet (Pbuh)replied, “To remember death in abundance and to recite the Holy Quran.” (Mishkat)

In another hadith the Prophet (pbuh) said:
“That chest which does not have any Quran in it is like an abandoned house. (Tirmizi)

#TangkapNajib rally lawful, organisers insist after 29 nabbed

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 1 — The Demi Malaysia youth group that organised this afternoon’s  #TangkapNajib rally has condemned the arrest of some 29 participants and insisted that the event had been lawful despite the authorities previously claiming otherwise.

The group also accused the police of breaking their promise not to cause any disruptions during the event, which they said was to ensure that the protesters stayed at one venue.

“What transpired seems to suggest that the authorities will go all the way, ignoring the supremacy of the Federal Constitution and fundamental human rights, and even breaking promises after promises,” Suaram programme coordinator Tarmizi Anuwar said during a candlelight vigil outside the Jinjang police lockup where the 29 arrested activists are currently being held.

The group insisted that Article 10 of the Federal Constitution gives them the right to assemble peacefully.

They also cited the Peaceful Assembly Act and the Court of Appeals’ decision in PKR Youth leader Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad’s case, which they said ultimately meant that such assemblies can proceed without any need to provide the police with a 10-day advance notice.

Demi Malaysia also revealed that today’s rally was meant to be a “litmus test” for Home Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi who was earlier this week appointed to the post of deputy prime minister, replacing Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.

“But their (police) reaction shows they will ignore our fundamental liberties,” Demi Malaysia programme coordinator Adrian Lim said.

According to the group, the 29 protesters arrested, which includes six women, are aged between 14 to 69.

Among those arrested are Teja assemblyman Chang Lih Kang, Simpang Pulai assemblyman Tan Kar Hing, political aide Jay Jay Denis as well as student activists Fahmi Zainol and Muhammad Safwan Anang.

They will have remand hearings tomorrow at the Jinjang Lockup, the group said.

The detainees will be investigated under Section 124 and Section 143 of the Penal Code, which covers unlawful assemblies and activities that threaten parliamentary democracy respectively.

This comes after activists Adam Adli Abd Halim and Syukri Rezab, who are organisers of the #TangkapNajib protest, were arrested at the Dang Wangi police station yesterday after a meeting there with police.

Can police be trusted, asks #TangkapNajib organisers after crackdown

The organisers of the #TangkapNajib rally today, which witnessed the detention of 29 individuals, have questioned if the police can be trusted after the latter broke their promises with the slew of arrests.

The police allegedly began arresting three activists yesterday despite promising to invite them only for negotiations, and then proceeded to arrest 29 more today who participated in the anti-Najib rally organised by a youth activist group, Demi Malaysia.

“The rally this afternoon was supposed to be a litmus test for Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, who is in charge of police,” said Demi Malaysia representatives Adrian Lim and Tarmizi Anuwar in front the of the Jinjang police lock up today, where all the 32 are being held.

What transpired today showed that the authorities are breaking “promise after promise” and are ignoring the supremacy of the federal constitution and fundamental human rights, they added.

“The million dollar question is, can Malaysians still trust the police?” they asked.

About 50 people gathered for a candlelight vigil for those arrested today at the Jinjang police station, with chants of “Tangkap Najib” (arrest Najib) and speeches by youth leaders.

The 29 arrested today comprised 23 men and six women, between the ages of 14 to 69.

Yesterday, three activists – Mandeep Singh, Adam Adli and Syukri Razab – were arrested ahead of today’s rally.

All of them are being investigated under Section 124 and 143 of the Penal Code.

Section 124 relates to offences deemed threatening parliamentary democracy, while Section 143 relates to unlawful assembly.

The three activists arrested yesterday have been remanded for between four to six days, while the 29 others will have remand hearings tomorrow.

They are being represented by lawyers Michelle Yesudas, Melissa Sasidaran, Eric Paulsen, Latheefa Koya, and Wong Kar Fai.

The organisers have maintained that the rally is lawful and follows the fundamental right to assembly provided under the federal constitution.

“We are of the opinion that the crackdown is aimed at installing a culture of fear into Malaysians.” they said.

Activist Hishamuddin Rais, who was also arrested today, will be brought to the Jinjang remand centre and will have his remand hearing tomorrow as well, his lawyer G. Sivamalar tweeted this evening. – August 1, 2015.

Candlelight vigil for detained activists, protesters

KUALA LUMPUR: A candlelight vigil was held by the Demi Malaysia Youth Group in front of the Jinjang police lockup to demand the release of the 32 people detained for participating in the rally held this afternoon.

The youth group which organised the rally that took place this afternoon in front of the Sogo shopping complex here had condemned the arrests insisting that the event was lawful.

“Any laws or provision that contravenes the Federal Constitution is automatically null and void.

"In fact, the 10 days notice demanded by the police is against the law, as decided in the Court of Appeal’s decision in DPP v Nik Nazmi,” said Suaram programme coordinator Tarmizi Anuwar.

The group had also alleged that police broke their promise despite assurance that there will be no arrests as long as they cooperate with police.

“Unfortunately, the police reneged on their assurance and arrested Mandeep Singh, Syukri Razab and Adam Adli immediately after statements were taken.

"What transpired seems to suggest that the authorities will go all the way, ignoring the supremacy of the Federal Constitution and fundamental human rights, and even breaking promises after promises,” Tarmizi said.

Youth activists Adam and Syukri and Bersih 2.0 activist Mandeep Singh were arrested yesterday at the Dang Wangi police station.

The three who are leaders from Demi Malaysia have been remanded this afternoon and were investigated under Section 124B of the Penal Code for allegedly committing an activity detrimental to parliament democracy.

Adam has been remanded for four days while Syukri and Mandeep Singh were remanded for six days.

They are facing up to 20 years jail under Section 124 of the Penal Code.

Meanwhile the remand hearing for the 29 protestors who were picked this afternoon is fixed for tomorrow at the Jinjang police lockup.

Among those arrested at the rally were Teja assemblyman Chang Lih Kang, Simpang Pulai assemblyman Tan Kar Hing and student activists Fahmi Zainal and Muhammad Safwan Anang.

Twenty-nine protesters were arrested in the rally which includes 23 men and six women, aged between 14 to 69.

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3 killed in car-trailer crash in Teluk Intan

TELUK INTAN: A couple and a senior citizen were killed when the car they were travelling in was rammed by an oncoming trailer lorry at Km24 of Jalan Teluk Intan-Chenderong Balai here last night.
The victims in the 8.20pm incident were identified as Mohd Nazeri Abdul Razak,45, his wife Norzuwida Ahmad Tarmizi, 41, and the latter’s mother Zalehah@Zaleha Ibrahim, 71.
The couple’s three children- Nuramira Shafika, 15, Muhammad Aiman Haziq, eight and Muhammad Danial, one - were injured and are being treated at Teluk Intan Hospital.
District police chief Assistant Commissioner Mohd Shuhaily Mohd Zain said initial investigations showed that the lorry driver had lost control of the vehicle before it veered off into the opposite lane and crashed into the victims’ car.
He said the 31-year-old lorry driver was unhurt and had been arrested to assist police investigation.

Usai Idul Fitri, Kejati Aceh tahan dua tersangka korupsi

MERDEKA.COM. Pada hari pertama masuk kerja usai Idul Fitri 1436 H, Kejaksaan Tinggi (Kejati) Aceh membuat kejutan dengan menahan dua tersangka dugaan korupsi pembangunan pusat perkantoran Pemerintah Kabupaten Aceh Timur. Penahanan dua terduga korupsi ini juga bertepatan dengan Hari Bhakti Adhyaksa (HBA) ke 55, Rabu (22/7).

Tim Pidana Khusus (Pidsus) langsung membawa kedua tersangka masing-masing berinisial N dan T IS ke Rumah Tahanan (Rutan) Kajhu, Aceh Besar, pada sore hari.

Kedua tersangka sebelumnya telah menjalani pemeriksaan sejak pukul 10.00 WIB di ruang penyidik Pidsus. Mereka juga sudah menjalani pemeriksaan kesehatan oleh tim dokter kejaksaan.

“Saya sudah menandatangani surat perintah penahanan tadi pagi, bahwa kedua tersangka N dan T IS kita tahan,” kata Kajati Aceh, Tarmizi SH, kepada wartawan di Banda Aceh.

Dikatakan Tarmizi, penahanan ini semata-mata buat mempercepat proses hukum lanjutan. Karena selama ini mereka dianggap tidak bekerjasama dalam proses hukum.

Adapun kasus tindak pidana korupsi menjerat kedua tersangka ini, kata Tarmizi, bermula pada tahun 2009-2010 dan 2011 Pemerintah Daerah (Pemda) Aceh Timur membangun sejumlah pusat perkantoran. Jumlah anggaran digelontorkan mencapai Rp 38 miliar dengan perusahaan rekanan, PT Haka Utama.

Namun demikian, pada akhir tahun 2011 tim Inspektorat Aceh menemukan sejumlah gedung kantor tidak selesai dibangun, tetapi anggarannya sudah diambil seluruhnya. Akibatnya, kerugian negara dalam proyek itu ditaksir mencapai Rp 1,3 miliar dari keseluruhan anggaran.

Tersangka N merupakan Pejabat Pelaksana Tehnik Kegiatan (PPTK) Pemerintah Aceh Timur. Sedangkan T IS menjabat sebagai Direktur PT Haka Utama selaku rekanan proyek.

“Kasus dugaan korupsi ini sudah ditangani tim Kejati sejak akhir tahun 2014 dan keduanya ditetapkan tersangka pada 31 Maret 2015,” ucap Tarmizi.

Dalam kasus dugaan korupsi ini kedua tersangka dijerat dan diancam Pasal 2 ayat (1) dan atau Pasal 3 ayat (1) juncto Pasal 18 Undang-Undang RI Nomor 31/1999 juncto Undang-Undang Nomor 20/2001 tentang Pemberantasan Tindak Pidana Korupsi juncto Pasal 64 ayat (1) ke-1 KUHPidana.

Sementara itu, Kejati Aceh sejak Januari hingga Juni 2015 telah berhasil menyelamatkan uang negara dari korupsi senilai Rp 1.645 miliar. Penyelamatan melalui Bidang Perdata dan Tata Usaha Negara (Datun) berjumlah Rp 6.714 miliar.

Uang negara dari kasus kasus korupsi tersebut, Rp 110 juta di antaranya diselamatkan oleh Kejaksaan Negeri (Kejari) Sigli, Rp 1 miliar oleh Kejari Lhokseumawe, Rp 25,408 juta oleh Kejari Calang, Rp 434,694 juta dari Kejari Tapaktuan, dan Rp 75 juta dari Kejari Simpang Tiga Redelong.

Sedangkan untuk penyelamatan Bidang Datun, antara lain Rp 1,581 miliar dari lima kasus pendampingan hukum, Rp 4,730 miliar ditagih dari dana Tunjangan Komunikasi Intensif (TKI) dan Biaya Operasional (BOP) dewan, serta Rp 40,3 juta diselamatkan lewat pendampingan perdata.

“Uang negara yang belum diselesaikan dari sektor TKI dan BOP ini oleh para dewan dan mantan dewan masih sebesar Rp 20,6 miliar. Sedangkan sisa uang negara dari lima kasus pendampingan hukum lainnya Rp 7,4 miliar dan satu perkara lagi Rp 43, 1 juta,” lanjut Tarmizi.

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