Isnin, 22 September 2008
IPOH: Seputeh MP Teresa Kok’s claims that she was served meals resembling dog food during her ISA detention have led to an investigation into the quality of food for suspects in police lock-up.
Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department T. Murugiah said he wanted to first determine if it was true that only RM5.80 was allocated for each detainee’s meals per day.
“If it is true, then it is definitely not enough especially with the price of goods going up. A detainee needs to have breakfast, lunch and dinner.
“Breakfast would cost you at least RM2.50, while a good lunch would be a minimum RM3.50 and dinner RM3.50,” he told a press conference here on Sunday.
kah kah kah …. dai macha please keep your 5.80 laaaa…. save electricity, save h2o, and police hour …. doonno how ? dai macha ….. just don’t arrest peoplelaaa….. kah kah kah….. dai macha h2o is pani ok…. kah kah kah