Lulu not sure whether, in all sincerity, Najib was refering to
a) a Bernama report that a deputy minister and a senior politician, who is also a tycoon, in Sarawak were under police probe for alleged involvement in gangsterism, illegal logging and attempted bribery of senior police officers.
b) a certain son-in-law whose Class-D driving license had expired on Oct 21 last year but collected 7 traffic obstruction + 3 speeding tickets from Nov1st up till Apr 21st.
Shouldn't be (b) right, cos afterall, from Joceline Tan's column yesterday Stage set for future line-up, it does look like there's no hate-hate relationship between #2 and SIL
And finally, having Najib as the guest of honour is a signal that Khairy has no problems with the Deputy Prime Minister. “It was a kind of coming together of the political forces at that level. By honouring Tun Razak, it was like cementing the ties between the political son and the biological son (Najib).But whether he memang had a double meaning or not, now that DPM has spoken, will SIL remain above the law?
“More important, it sends a strong message to the ground that Khairy is with Datuk Najib, that he is committed to the Umno hierarchy, its history and traditions,” said a well-connected media advisor.
Section 26 of the Road Transport Act 1987 stipulates that no person shall drive a motor vehicle unless they possess a valid driving license. The same section specifies that those in violation of the act shall be guilty of an offence and can be compounded of a maximum RM1,000, sentenced to a maximum three-month jail term or both.
Let's wait and see...