just look at the two mansions owned by them!! left, partly completed belongs to mazylnoor while right belongs to zakaria.
something burned inside me when i saw a heading in the star paper front page yesterday. no, it was not the deepavali light… it was my anger. burning anger! i was pretty mad when i read that a ‘second councillor builds mansion without approval‘.
now, earlier, we had already heard of one councillor, zakaria, who build a 4 storey mansion without approval, a mansion that stick out like a sore thumb as it was amongst all those low cost homes. and so far the klang council only fined him RM5,000! selangor’s menteri besar, khir toyol, though had mentioned a fine of 10x the fees of submitting building plans i.e. RM24,000.
ah, so this 2nd councillor who was found to illegally build his mansion will be fined RM24,000 too and that’s it? so it is ok to break the law, then let them be fined and be done with it?
well, if they can afford to build such an expensive mansion, a sum of RM24, 000 would be peanuts to them. which brings to mind, how come councillors are so damn rich? can afford to build such a huge expensive mansion!
ok back to this 2nd councillor, mazlynoor… do you know what he said when contacted by the star?
“everyone’s doing it. but my house is so small.”
goodness gracious me!!
‘but my house is so small’ – what? a huge 4 storey mansion you call it small? oh! you are comparing it with ‘others who are doing it’. what??? others had built/going to build mansions bigger than yours?
‘everyone’s doing it’ – don’t tell me later on we’ll get to read about more councillors building mansions without approval (they being exposed)?
‘everyones doing it’ – don’t tell me, you mean to say others break the law, so why can’t you do it too??
speaking of law, isn’t it that if a building is illegally constructed, it will be demolished? look at the many indian temples that the councillors had so high-handedly pulled down, because they said the temples were build without approval. then why shouldn’t zakaria and mazylnoor’s mansion be pulled down too, as suggested by the klang consumers association, and i’m sure many like-minded public too. oh no, i almost forgot the phrase ‘double standard’. ok i understand now. as i said, bolehland has two sets of laws.
do you know what our PM had to say on this matter when he found our about zakaria? all he said was that what zakaria did was not good in the eyes of the public. can you believe that? that’s not all… he said “i leave it to him (khir toyol) to take action and i have nothing else to comment.” hello, mr badawi, are you the PM or not? i thought you said you are in control?