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Another lie from Anifah

The foreign media reported the cars used by Malaysian convoy without a special plate to indicate they are foreign mission or media.

Noramfaizul was “mati katak” due to carelessness and irresponsibility of UMNO Youth.

According to Hindraf, late Noramfaizul’s family is not entitled for Socso benefits by the books (The Sosco Act 1969) as he died out of jurisdiction or in foreign country.

Another UMNO apartheid project in the making!

RM 2,000 Socso pension rightly for Bernama T.V. crew killed in Somalia. But thousands of Indian poor Socso claims rejected by racist UMNO.

September 8, 2011 | Author s.jayathas

Going by the books ie the Socso Act 1969 Work related Insurance Scheme, the Bernama TV crew Norafaizul should not be getting the Socso Insurance claim as he died out of jurisdiction. But the UMNO Socso rightly bent backwards and tampered Justice with mercy by approving the highest bracket RM 2,000 per month Socso Pension to his wife for life and RM 1,500 being funeral expenses. Our condolonce to his family.

But to the direct contrary we have records and complaints from thousands of Indian poor who have been denied their Socso claim for invalidity pension, total permanent disability or given a reduced or mere token claim by the racist, facist and supremacist agenda of One Malay-sian UMNO Prime Minister Najib Razak.

Despite the Socso Minister and Chief exective Officer being Indian (mandores) it never helped or has been made worse under their Mandorist arrangements with UMNO.

(see NST 8/9/2011 at page 24)

Anifah: No Confirmation On Who Fired Shot That Killed Noramfaizul

PUTRAJAYA, Sept 14 (Bernama) — There has been no confirmation of who fired the shot that killed BernamaTV cameraman Noramfaizul Mohd Nor in Mogadishu, Somalia, early this month.

Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman said that initial investigations indicated the shot came from the African Union Mission in Somalia (Amisom), but no conclusion has been reached.

Noramfaizul, 39, was killed on Sept 2, when a four-wheel-drive vehicle carrying the Malaysian media was hit by what was reported as a stray bullet.

The cameraman and others in the media were in Somalia covering the Putera 1Malaysian Club humanitarian mission to the famine-stricken country.

A TV3 cameraman, Aji Saregar Mazlan, was hurt in the incident.

“The authorities in Somalia cannot get confirmation, as they do not have the cooperation of the Amisom members,” Anifah said, speaking to reporters at the Foreign Ministry’s Aidilfitri open house here last night.

“We have asked them to investigate so it will not happen again.”

Anifah said the shot might been a case of friendly-fire, adding: “Such a thing has happened in Afghanistan, Iraq and other countries.”

“That’s why I have said that danger is always there when going to country such as Somalia, no matter how much we have taken precautions.”

When asked about the club’s decision to return to Somalia next month to continue with the mission, Anifah said Wisma Putra was prepared to contact the authorities there to make sure the volunteers are protected.

“Nevertheless, we’ve also informed the volunteers of the risks involved,” he said.

The club’s president, Datuk Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim, announced recently that the mission would return to Somalia, where they will name a refugee camp after the slain cameraman.


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