Thursday, November 23, 2006

Bye! DZ Satay House


Yes, finally the "DZ Satay House" owned by Zakaria bin Deros and his son, Zainuri, is demolished!
The Klang Municipal Council (MPK) began its operation at about 10 a.m. this morning and spent about 2 hours to finish off the infamous and illegal structure erected on the road reserve.
Present at the scene were the journalists and members of public, including about 30 Zakaria's supporters. To avoid any untoward incident, I have decided to stay away.
Be it as it may, the dust is not settled yet. I still look forward to seeing the demolition of the "Istana Zakaria". If the Selangor state government refused to demolish the "Istana Zakaria", it would lose its moral authority to demolish any other illegal structure in Selangor in future.

8 comments:

SR215 said...

Demolition of the premise is an act of fairness and justice to Malaysian.

Big shot politics leader got their chance to build their own castle, but still we have statistics on poor families in Malaysia.

Anonymous said...

I don't see any move from gov to demolish Istana zakaria. He is still living free from law and having big kenduri in his istana.

Anonymous said...

I was going to see a potential client nearby Pandamaran when I paased by DZ's satay house. I was guided by my client through a rubble, which was the competitor satay house of DZ. I stared in amazement at DZ's satay house. So nice and majestic. People read so much in newspaper but the effect is so much greater when I see it in my own eyes. While I know there are 2 sets of same law in M'sia, I am still disgusted at the hypocrisy of some governing politician claiming all are equal in the eys of the law. What bull shit! Even a 10 year old do not believe it.

Anonymous said...

Zakaria is laughing at all of us now as he is moving to his mansion soon. He is above the law........His sons and daughter-in law can't wait to be sworn in.... I wonder why.

Anonymous said...

Kudos to MP Teng. U have done the right first move, and soon we will see more and more corrupted politicians off their seats -- and hopefully we will be back to the fair era back in pre-merdeka time. I hope there are more MPs like u in the opposition party, and not just NATO (No Action Talk Only!)

Anonymous said...

Well done MP Teng. You are really a true hero and clean politician. If I were the Sultan, you had become Datuk Teng long time ago. Keep up the good work, the people and the country need you!

Anonymous said...

well done , i support your act of revealing all the corrupt practices of politicians and people in power. i hope you will stay true to yourself and not let yourself fall into the same hole. there are hundreds of people in power that misuse their influence to benefit themselves..expose ALL of them!! someday our country will be like sweden..in my lifetime i hope..

chan said...

I would like to thank you for helping the public to do some "social bugs cleaning" action these years! This is an very nice punishment for those that trying to do whatever against The Law. However, this is not enough.
We still need many "Teng Chang Khim" to take care our community, because we still have million tans of "toxin" and "rubbish" need to be recycle in this country.