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Friday, August 31, 2012

Security briefing from police - 30 Aug 2012

2 reported incidents.
1) Jalan SS20/11 - snatch theft incident 
2) Jalan SS20/10 - man robbed by armed men on motorbike at the carpark in front of the hospital 

Also watch out for 2 Malay guys in their 20's on motorbike. The pillion rider is slightly plump and dark skinned. They have been making their rounds in TTDI and have robbed and also made several attempts to rob TTDI residents. Suspect they may also be going around SS20 ..... 

Monday, August 27, 2012

Damansara Utama folks running out of patience

PETALING JAYA: Damansara Utama Residents and Owners Association president Rajesh Patel said residents were losing patience.
He said they had been  waiting for the   right turn from the Taman Tun Dr Ismail (TTDI)  interchange  to Damansara Utama for too  long.

He said they  were sick and tired of having to take  lengthy detours to get  home, as a result of its closure.

"It has been four months. We want the right turn to be opened immediately after Raya. We want  sound barriers to be put up on the flyover. We are also requesting that   the hoarding be replaced and the trees replanted."

He said the loss of the trees and the removal of  sound barriers had compounded  noise and dust woes for houses in Jalan 21/44.  Read more ........   

MRT Corp denies claims

PETALING JAYA: Mass Rapid Transit Corporation (MRT Corp) has denied allegations that it had misled residents of Pinggir Zaaba in Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, into believing their houses would be acquired for the MRT project.
“We deny the allegations that we misled the group, and the suggestion that they were unaware of the existence of a Special Compensation Committee (SCC),” it said.
Residents of Pinggir Zaaba had announced they would take legal action against MRT Corp, claiming that the company had led them into believing they would be compensated accordingly for their houses.   Read more ......  

Sunday, August 26, 2012

Saturday, August 25, 2012

MRT Corp to face legal action

Cause for concern: MRT Corp barricades have been put up along the Pinggir Zaaba road in Taman Tun Dr Ismail.

KUALA LUMPUR: Residents of Pinggir Zaaba in Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, will be taking legal action against Mass Rapid Transit Corporation (MRT Corp) on the grounds that it has misled them into believing that residents will be compensated for the acquisition of their houses for the MRT project.
Resident Norliza Kamaruddin said a letter of intent had been hand-delivered to MRT Corp by their appointed counsel on Aug 16.
“We have been taken for a ride by MRT Corp as we were made to believe that they will compensate us accordingly for the acquisition of our houses.
“However, when the special compensation committee (SCC) rejected the acquisition plan on the basis that there was no legal requirement to do so and that it would create an unnecessary precedent for similar situations in the future, we had no choice but to resort to this,” Norliza said at a press conference held at her house in Pinggir Zaaba yesterday.   Read more ........    

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Security Update - 23 Aug 2012

With increased patrolling by the police and the residents during the Hari Raya break, we were informed by the police that there were no reported criminal incidents in SS20 during that period.

The police patrols SS20 regularly everyday.

SS20 residents with Kpl Azmi, Kpl Zahrein and Lance Kpl Zamzuri during Thursday community policing night at the Central Zone. 

Monday, August 20, 2012

PM: We want a safe Malaysia

PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has pledged to enhance security in the country, assuring that all agencies responsible will be more effective in tackling crime.

The Prime Minister said the Government was aware that new preventive measures were needed to combat crimes, along with dynamic administrators, accountability, restructuring of organisations, modern equipment and relevant training.
“We want a Malaysia that is safe from internal and external threats, where neighbourhoods and its roads are free from crime and people feel peaceful and safe... a country that is best to raise Malaysian children,” he said in his Hari Raya Aidilfitri message.  Read more .....   

Monday, August 6, 2012

SS20 residents berbuka puasa with the police

By the people, for the people

PJ SS20 residents decided to organise their own security — and asked for help from the police rather than paying for private guards.
CAN a neighbourhood organise better (and free!) public security by working more closely with the police?

This is what the residents of Damansara Kim, Petaling Jaya, decided to do after reeling under a wave of snatch thefts, car break-ins and house burglaries in 2007.
“Rather than outsourcing the job to a private company, we decided to have dialogues with the police and requested more patrols in our area,” says Suresh Martin, a resident who is a security company consultant.  Read more .......

Man slashed and robbed

Received email a couple of days ago,

At 7:30pm, man with laptop walking in Damansara Kim robbed and slashed by 2 guys on motorbike. A resident saw the incident, shouted at the armed men. Bleeding victim was admitted to Damansara Specialist Hospital for treatment.