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Harta Bekas Timbalan Ketua Polis Negara
Monday, December 07 @ 15:35:39 PST
Oleh Aloiha

ADA setengah orang berbangsa Melayu cukup bernasib baik. Allahyarham Tan Sri Jaafar Abdul, bekas Timbalan Ketua Polis Negara, adalah salah seorang daripadanya.

Terpampang di dada akhbar hari ini pertikaian antara abang Jaafar dan anaknya Jeffri melibatkan harta peninggalan Jaafar, bekas Timbalan Ketua Polis Negara, yang bernilai RM47.3 juta.

QUOTE
Battle over ex-top cop's RM47m estate
2009/12/04
V. Anbalagan
New Strait Times


KUALA LUMPUR: A bitter legal tussle is brewing between a brother and the son of a former deputy inspector-general of police who left RM47.3 million in property on his death in September.

Jeffri Jaffar, son of Tan Sri Jaafar Abdul, obtained an interim order against Ahmad Dedol from the Syariah High Court in Muar on Nov 4 to freeze all movable and immovable properties of his father until a decision by the court.

He also obtained an injunction to prohibit Ahmad from transferring or disposing of the property.

Jeffri, 39, wants Ahmadís bank accounts frozen besides banks and and also that of banks and financial institutions, including Lembaga Urusan Tabung Haji, Permodalan Nasional Bhd, Bursa Malaysia and enforcement agencies, to adhere to the syariah court order.

He also wants Islamic religious enforcement agencies, the police, the court and other relevant departments to help him enforce the order.

Jaffar, 77, died on Sept 1 at the Gleneagles Hospital after massive upper gastrointestinal bleeding.


He joined the police force in 1951, rosing rising to become the director of the Federal police Anti-Narcotics Department in 1982.

Within several months, Jaffar was promoted to chief police officer of Johor.
In 1984, he was made the Federal police director of management and the deputy inspector-general of police the following year until his retirement in May.

After his retirement, he became the chairman of Cosway Corporation Berhad, Dutaland Berhad (formerly known as Mycom Berhad) and Yinson Holdings Berhad.

He was also a director of Olympia Industries Berhad, Silverstone Corporation Berhad, Parkson Holdings Berhad (formerly known as Amalgamated Containers Berhad) and several other private limited companies.

Jaffarís wife, died three years ago.

In late October, Ahmad, 70, obtained a letter of administration from the High Court in Muar to administer Jaffarís property.

Ahmad was entrusted with identifying Jaffarís properties, settle his debts and distribute the balance of the wealth according to Islamic religious law.

However, Jeffri went to the syariah court to file an action to stop Ahmad from performing the task.



The New Straits Times understands the syariah court has fixed Dec 7 to hear the dispute which could include Ahmadís application to set aside the order obtained by Jeffri.

According to the list of property in the letter of ad ministration, Jaffar has 36 landed properties worth RM9.7 million in Johor and Malacca.



This includes three clusters of property in Muar worth RM7.1 million.

He left behind RM37.3 million in Tabung Haji, savings and fixed deposits in Amanah Saham Malaysia (ASM) and Amanah Saham Wawasan 2020 (ASW), Bank Rakyat, Bank Simpanan Nasional (BSN) and several commercial banks.

Among the larger amounts are RM3.8 million in Tabung Haji, RM6.5 million savings in ASW, RM1.3 million in Amanah Saham Didik, RM2 million fixed deposit in Bank Rakyat and three fixed deposits of RM1 million each in BSN.


Pecahan RM47.3 juta ini antaranya adalah seperti berikut:

QUOTE
Tan Sri Jaafar Abdul
Friday, December 4th, 2009
Teoh El Sen
The Malay Mail

Friday, December 4th, 2009 13:29:00
KUALA LUMPUR:Police will not get involved in the legal tussle between the brother and the son of former Deputy Inspector-General of Police, the late Tan Sri Jaafar Abdul (pic), over the latter's RM47.3million in estate.

IGP Tan Sri Musa Hassan told The Malay Mail this morning that he was unaware if a declaration of assets was made during Jaafar's tenure.

"I would not know about that."


i) Hartanah di Muar bernilai RM9.7 juta.
ii) Simpanan Tabung Haji RM3.8 juta.
iii) Amanah Saham Wawasan RM6.5 juta.
iv) Amanah Saham Didik RM1.3 juta.
v) Simpanan Bank Rakyat RM2 juta.
vi) Akaun Simpanan Tetap (i) BSN RM1 juta
vii) Akaun Simpanan Tetap (ii) BSN RM1 juta.
viii) Akaun Simpanan Tetap (iii) BSN RM1 juta

Kita harus berbangga kerana ada khabarnya seorang Menteri Besar Melayu yang ada berjuta ringgit untuk dipindakan ke London bertujuan membeli hartanah.

Kita juga harus berbangga dengar khabarnya ada seorang Setiausaha Politik Melayu yang juga mempunyai jutaan ringgit.

Kita juga harus berbangga isteri seorang Menteri Melayu yang memindahkan jutaan ringgit dan kononnya seorang ketua eksekutif Melayu memindahkan RM18 juta ke London.

Kita harus bangga dengan kemampuan mereka yang sebangsa dengan kita ini.

http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/index.p...t-money-iceberg
al-taf

Penyeludupan dadah, Siti Zailah tidak puas hati jawapan timbalan menteri

KUALA LUMPUR, 7 Dis: Siti Zailah Mohd Yusof (PAS-Rantau Panjang) meminta Kementerian Dalam Negeri menjelaskan langkah yang diambil oleh kementerian berkenaan dalam menangani masalah pembekalan dadah di sempadan Thailand.

Siti Zailah sewaktu mengemukakan soalan tambahan dalam sesi soal jawab lisan di Dewan Rakyat pagi tadi berkata, kebanyakan pembekal dadah di kawasan itu dapat bolos ke Malaysia.

Beliau meminta pihak kementerian menyatakan jumlah tangkapan yang dilakukan terhadap pembekal dadah di sempadan dan tindakan yang diambil terhadap pembekal yang menggunakan wanita dan kanak-kanak untuk tujuan pengedaran.

Sebelum itu, Datuk Lilah Yasin (BN-Jempol) meminta menteri dalam negeri menyatakan jumlah rampasan dadah dari Januari hingga Jun 2009 dan pelan tindakan pencegahan penyalahgunaan dadah yang diambil oleh kementerian serta jumlah peruntukan yang disediakan.

Timbalan menteri, Datuk Wira Abu Seman (BN-Masjid Tanah) dalam jawapannya memberitahu secara keseluruhannya dalam tempoh Januari sehingga Jun 2009, Polis Diraja Malaysia (PDRM) telah merampas 22 jenis dadah dan racun di bawah Akta Dadah Berbahaya 1952 dan Akta Racun 1952.

Rampasan terbesar melibatkan dadah jenis syabu seberat 1,052 kg bernilai lebih RM263 juta. Secara keseluruhannya, nilai rampasan dalam tempoh tersebut berjumlah lebih RM306 juta.

Berhubung dengan jumlah peruntukan yang disediakan bagi melaksanakan pelan tindakan pencegahan dadah, Agensi Antidadah Kebangsaan (AADK) telah memperuntukkan sebanyak RM93 juta bagi tahun 2009.

Siti Zailah yang ditemui selepas itu bagaimanapun tidak berpuas hati dengan jawapan Abu Seman kepada soalannya yang dianggap sambil lewa dan tidak menjawab soalan sebenar.

"Saya tak puas hati dengan jawapan timbalan menteri tadi. Saya tanya berapa kes yang ditangkap, tapi beliau tidak jawab," katanya.

Beliau yang juga timbalan ketua Muslimat PAS berkata, menurut maklumat yang diterimanya, ramai pengedar dadah di sempadan ditangkap oleh PDRM dan boleh didakwa di bawah seksyen 398 namun dibebaskan atas alasan tidak cukup bukti.

Sedangkan sumber memberitahu, ketika serbuan dibuat ke rumah pengedar, terdapat banyak dadah dan wang ditemui.

Difahamkan, pihak berkuasa membebaskan mereka kerana didakwa telah menerima rasuah dalam jumlah yang banyak.

"Apakah ini tidak cukup sebagai bukti? Saya menyeru kerajaan ersikap telus dalam menangani masalah ini. Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM) perlu memaihnkan peranan mereka," tegasnya.

Beliau dalam pada itu turut mempersoal program pemberian percuma methadone di klinik-klinik kerajaan untuk membantu penagih yang dilihat tidak berkesan dan tidak mencapai sasaran.

Ketidakberkesanan ini ujarnya turut diakui sendiri dalam laporan audit negara.

"Program yang dikatakan dilakukan secara tetutup ini, rupa-rupanya diakukan secara terbuka, dan orang boleh tahu siapa yang menerima bantuan methadone itu.Ini sekaligus tidak melindungi identiti penagih," katanya.

Selain itu, pemberian methadone itu tidak membantu penagih untuk berhenti daripada mengambil najis dadah.
anaxilea
QUOTE(Edirossa @ Dec 8 2009, 07:50 PM) *
Harta Bekas Timbalan Ketua Polis Negara
Monday, December 07 @ 15:35:39 PST
Oleh Aloiha

ADA setengah orang berbangsa Melayu cukup bernasib baik. Allahyarham Tan Sri Jaafar Abdul, bekas Timbalan Ketua Polis Negara, adalah salah seorang daripadanya.

Terpampang di dada akhbar hari ini pertikaian antara abang Jaafar dan anaknya Jeffri melibatkan harta peninggalan Jaafar, bekas Timbalan Ketua Polis Negara, yang bernilai RM47.3 juta.

QUOTE
Battle over ex-top cop's RM47m estate
2009/12/04
V. Anbalagan
New Strait Times


KUALA LUMPUR: A bitter legal tussle is brewing between a brother and the son of a former deputy inspector-general of police who left RM47.3 million in property on his death in September.

Jeffri Jaffar, son of Tan Sri Jaafar Abdul, obtained an interim order against Ahmad Dedol from the Syariah High Court in Muar on Nov 4 to freeze all movable and immovable properties of his father until a decision by the court.

He also obtained an injunction to prohibit Ahmad from transferring or disposing of the property.

Jeffri, 39, wants Ahmadís bank accounts frozen besides banks and and also that of banks and financial institutions, including Lembaga Urusan Tabung Haji, Permodalan Nasional Bhd, Bursa Malaysia and enforcement agencies, to adhere to the syariah court order.

He also wants Islamic religious enforcement agencies, the police, the court and other relevant departments to help him enforce the order.

Jaffar, 77, died on Sept 1 at the Gleneagles Hospital after massive upper gastrointestinal bleeding.


He joined the police force in 1951, rosing rising to become the director of the Federal police Anti-Narcotics Department in 1982.

Within several months, Jaffar was promoted to chief police officer of Johor.
In 1984, he was made the Federal police director of management and the deputy inspector-general of police the following year until his retirement in May.

After his retirement, he became the chairman of Cosway Corporation Berhad, Dutaland Berhad (formerly known as Mycom Berhad) and Yinson Holdings Berhad.

He was also a director of Olympia Industries Berhad, Silverstone Corporation Berhad, Parkson Holdings Berhad (formerly known as Amalgamated Containers Berhad) and several other private limited companies.

Jaffarís wife, died three years ago.

In late October, Ahmad, 70, obtained a letter of administration from the High Court in Muar to administer Jaffarís property.

Ahmad was entrusted with identifying Jaffarís properties, settle his debts and distribute the balance of the wealth according to Islamic religious law.

However, Jeffri went to the syariah court to file an action to stop Ahmad from performing the task.



The New Straits Times understands the syariah court has fixed Dec 7 to hear the dispute which could include Ahmadís application to set aside the order obtained by Jeffri.

According to the list of property in the letter of ad ministration, Jaffar has 36 landed properties worth RM9.7 million in Johor and Malacca.



This includes three clusters of property in Muar worth RM7.1 million.

He left behind RM37.3 million in Tabung Haji, savings and fixed deposits in Amanah Saham Malaysia (ASM) and Amanah Saham Wawasan 2020 (ASW), Bank Rakyat, Bank Simpanan Nasional (BSN) and several commercial banks.

Among the larger amounts are RM3.8 million in Tabung Haji, RM6.5 million savings in ASW, RM1.3 million in Amanah Saham Didik, RM2 million fixed deposit in Bank Rakyat and three fixed deposits of RM1 million each in BSN.


Pecahan RM47.3 juta ini antaranya adalah seperti berikut:

QUOTE
Tan Sri Jaafar Abdul
Friday, December 4th, 2009
Teoh El Sen
The Malay Mail

Friday, December 4th, 2009 13:29:00
KUALA LUMPUR:Police will not get involved in the legal tussle between the brother and the son of former Deputy Inspector-General of Police, the late Tan Sri Jaafar Abdul (pic), over the latter's RM47.3million in estate.

IGP Tan Sri Musa Hassan told The Malay Mail this morning that he was unaware if a declaration of assets was made during Jaafar's tenure.

"I would not know about that."


i) Hartanah di Muar bernilai RM9.7 juta.
ii) Simpanan Tabung Haji RM3.8 juta.
iii) Amanah Saham Wawasan RM6.5 juta.
iv) Amanah Saham Didik RM1.3 juta.
v) Simpanan Bank Rakyat RM2 juta.
vi) Akaun Simpanan Tetap (i) BSN RM1 juta
vii) Akaun Simpanan Tetap (ii) BSN RM1 juta.
viii) Akaun Simpanan Tetap (iii) BSN RM1 juta

Kita harus berbangga kerana ada khabarnya seorang Menteri Besar Melayu yang ada berjuta ringgit untuk dipindakan ke London bertujuan membeli hartanah.

Kita juga harus berbangga dengar khabarnya ada seorang Setiausaha Politik Melayu yang juga mempunyai jutaan ringgit.

Kita juga harus berbangga isteri seorang Menteri Melayu yang memindahkan jutaan ringgit dan kononnya seorang ketua eksekutif Melayu memindahkan RM18 juta ke London.

Kita harus bangga dengan kemampuan mereka yang sebangsa dengan kita ini.

http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/index.p...t-money-iceberg



wonder wonder wonder... camana dia bule lepas perisytiharan harta yang perlu dibuat oleh kakitangan kerajaan?
paling2 gaji campur elaun 10k... tak tahula kalau dia jadi penasihat atau bukak apa2 konsultant?
hmmm hmmmmmmmmmmm
Didiharaiss
rajin tul si Ed mencari benda2 ni suma
~SaTRiaBiRU~
itu baru harta timbalan, camne agaknya ya harta ketua polis
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