Sunday, December 02, 2007

Nurin Alert, the next level

Well done, Citizens! A technical committee has been set up to push the proposed Nurin Alert to the next level. Reps of a group called Citizens of Nurin Alert met up with top officials from the Social Welfare Department on Friday to discuss, among other things, a draft on the proposed Nurin Alert. The "Citizens" comprise several prominent bloggers, crime analyst Kamal Affendi Hashim, Nurin's blogging uncle Jasni Jalil, and officials representing prominent corporations.

Nurin Alert may form part of Shahrizat Jalil's Child Protection Policy that is to be tabled at the Cabinet soon. The setting up of the technical committee coincided with 100 days of 8-year old Nurin's murder, a crime that shook the nation.

More details at Jalan Sudin.

4 comments:

caravanserai said...

So now it is on yellow light
The Nurin Alert standing up right
The minister should get it done soon
Don’t wait many may disappear on indecisiveness

The crimes many say
Increases day by day
The government leaders should act quickly
Nip in the bud don’t play games
Many will disappear
On the leaders ineptness

Nurin Alert
Let us play our roles
Don’t wait for the government
When things happen
Circulate it quickly
Like what had been done lately
By Bro Rocky and Jeff Ooi

Many bloggers will read
The messages will be passed quickly
In no time the eyes and ears
Will go to the ground
In quick succession a crime can be caught
Before someone’s loved ones gone

Nurin Alert
The government slowly touches it up
We give them the majority
They can’t decide quickly

Slow to act
Many will disappear
The bite isn’t there yet
But bloggers have spread its wings
Nurin Alert will stay in cyberspace

budakjb said...

India, Sri Lanka will support Indians in Malaysia,
China, Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong will support Chinese in Malaysia
Malay? Indonesia ... maaay be!

Anonymous said...

Why would someone after murdering a girl who at that time besides Altantayu was the national focus leave the body where it could be be found? He wanted the body to be found? Seeking attention?

And this guy was so sure of what he was doing not only parked his bike with a dead body inside the bag but took time to answer or make a call and no hessistation about exposing his face.

And the post mortem photos did create such an impact that nobody bothers about the Razk's trial anymore.

But until now they can't trace the culprit.

lakshmi said...

Thank you for sharing this post.