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Tuesday, June 23, 2009


The Star - News/Nation - Tuesday June 16, 2009
"General" Azami arrested

KUALA LUMPUR: “General” Nor Azami Ahmad Ghazali, the leader of the banned Federal Special Forces of Malaysia (FSFM), who is facing charges of criminal conspiracy, is apparently at it again.

Police believe his bogus paramilitary group has re-grouped.

Nor Azami, a 41-year-old self-proclaimed general, was arrested yesterday with 41 others including 36 “recruits” while conducting interviews and written examinations for the freshies at the forces’ new headquarters in Taman Gombak Jaya here.

Busted again: Nor Azami being taken away to the federal police headquarters in Bukit Aman after his arrest in Taman Gombak Jaya in Kuala Lumpur Monday

Nor Azami, five of his “senior officers” and the recruits were detained on the top floor of a shoplot by a police team from the Federal Commercial Crimes Investigation Department (CCID) at 11.55am following a tip-off.

The “general“ had apparently kept his promise four years ago that he would continue to operate FSFM despite being warned by the authorities not to do so.

He is out on bail for an earlier charge related to leading the bogus army.

He is scheduled to attend court proceedings on June 25-26 where he is facing a charge of criminal conspiracy. His “army” had been disbanded and banned six years ago.

CCID Deputy Director II (administration and operations) Senior Asst Comm Tajudin (I) Md Isa said police also seized car crests, T-shirts, blazers and caps bearing the FSFM emblem.

SAC Tajuddin (right) and his officers look at the blazers, hats, T-shirts, car crests and documents seized from the group.

“We also seized documents used in interviews and test papers for recruits which consisted of general knowledge and history questions about the country,” he said, adding that police also seized RM340, which was collected from the recruits.

SAC Tajudin said police are investigating the case as cheating under Section 417 and 420 of the Penal Code.

“We want to find out how FSFM got its funds to run such an operation. We also need to establish the actual number of members and we believe it could be in the hundreds.”

Recruits had to pay RM180 for registration and examination fees.

Tajudin said initial investigations revealed that FSFM promised the recruits a minimum salary of RM1,900 and that they would be given allowances, ranks and authority based on their performance.

FSFM claimed that it was part of the Government’s security and intelligence agency.

“Please don’t be duped by this illegal organisation. Come forward and assist us,” said SAC Tajudin.

Police investigations had revealed that Nor Azami had worked for the Malaysian Emergency Action Force for a few months before he was sacked.

The Malaysian Emergency Action Force was formerly a corporate body in the Prime Minister’s Department, set up to help in rescue missions during emergencies and was registered under the Trustees Incorporated Act 1952.

Nor Azami then formed the FSFM, which he claimed was linked to the Malaysian Emergency Action Force.

In 2003, the Government banned FSFM and shut it down because its activities were deemed illegal and posed a threat to national security.

The existence of the group came to light when police were investigating a cheating case in Taman Maluri, Cheras, that year.
The Star - News/Nation - Wednesday June 17, 2009
Bogus army may have recruited thousands

KUALA LUMPUR: Police believe the Federal Special Forces of Malaysia (FSFM) has recruited members throughout the country especially from the east coast states since it resurfaced several months ago.

Federal Commercial Crime Investigation Department (CCID) Deputy Director II (administration and operations) Senior Asst Comm Tajudin (I) Md Isa when contacted said FSFM had attracted recruits mainly outside the Klang Valley and suspects the figure could run into thousands.

“Our investigations showed that most of FSFM new recruits came from as far as Kelantan and Terengganu.

“They come from all walks of life from villagers, farmers to businessmen and those working in the private sector,” he said.

SAC I Tajudin said to convince the recruits, FSFM claimed the organisation was closely linked to the government on security and intelligence matters.

“Besides offering a starting salary of RM1,900 per month, FSFM also offered the recruits positions in the intelligence gathering sector or the security section with all the enforcement agencies,” he said.

On Monday, Nor Azami Ahmad Ghazali, 41, the self proclaimed leader of the bogus paramilitary-cum-police force was arrested with 41 others including 36 “recruits.”

The “General” was conducting interviews and written examinations for the freshies at the forces’ new headquarters in Taman Gombak Jaya when police moved in.

SAC I Tajudin said Nor Azami and five of his “senior officers” were remanded until June 19 to facilitate investigations.

He said Nor Azami and the five were referred to their counterparts in Pahang following a report lodged by a former member in Beserah, Kuantan on May 26.

“The 36 recruits aged between 20 and 40 years old were released yesterday after their statements were recorded,” he added.

Nor Azami and 41 others were detained on the top floor of a shoplot by a police team from CCID at 11.55am following a tip-off.

He was out on bail for an earlier charge related to leading the bogus army.

He is scheduled to attend court proceedings on June 25-26 where he is facing a charge of criminal conspiracy.

His “army” had been disbanded and banned six years ago.
The Star - News/Nation - Friday December 22, 2006
Three 'officials' of bogus organisation ordered to enter defence

KUALA LUMPUR: A leader of the bogus Federal Special Forces of Malaysia (PKPM) and two so-called board members have been ordered to enter a defence for criminal conspiracy.

Self-proclaimed general Nor Azami Ahmad Ghazali, 38; retired ministry official Abdul Rahman Baba, 58 and businessman Tengku Hamid Tengku Ismail, 73, appeared relaxed upon hearing the court's decision yesterday.

Abdul Rahman was then the director of the human resource department in the Science, Technology and Environment Ministry.

The trio had on Aug 7, 2003 claimed trial to committing criminal conspiracy of cheating the public into believing that they were acting on behalf of the Emergency Action Force of Malaysia (PTCM) — a registered organisation — to recruit members, when in fact it was meant for another organisation that they had formed and run.

They were said to have committed the offence at Taman Bukit Angkasa, Pantai Hill Park, here, between Sept 19, 2002 and June 21, 2003.

Sessions Court judge Akhtar Tahir in his judgement said the prosecution had proven a prima facie case against the three accused.

Akhtar said he was satisfied that evidence given by one of the PTCM members, Jamal Ismail and two other prosecution witnesses, who prepared working papers and minutes of meetings, showed there had been a conspiracy between the three accused to set up a new organisation known as PKPM, similar to PTCM.

Akhtar said there had been a power struggle in PTCM and Abdul Rahman and Tengku Hamid were expelled.

He said the duo had also terminated the services of Muslim Yacob, the founder of PTCM, as general operations chief.

“I did not have to decide whether the expulsion (of both accused from the organisation) was valid under the law. It is appropriate to establish that there had been a misunderstanding and split in PTCM,” he said.

The judge ruled that Abdul Rahman and Tengku Hamid did not take steps to solve the problem but had recruited Nor Azami as the new operations chief.

Akhtar said Nor Azami had taken a bigger step by launching a massive a recruitment drive to enrol new members for PKPM.

However, the judge acquitted and discharged the trio of a second charge of committing another criminal conspiracy by cheating the public into believing that PKPM was a registered body under the Prime Minister’s Department at the same place between May 8, 2003 and July 16, 2003.

Akhtar ruled that the prosecution failed to provide enough evidence or proof on this.

He also ordered Abdul Rahman and Tengku Hamid to enter a defence on a third charge of forging a PTCM letter dated Oct 17, 2002, with intent to commit cheating.

On the forgery charge, Akhtar said he accepted evidence given by an expert, who confirmed that the signatures appearing in the appointment documents of Nor Azami belonged to Abdul Rahman and Tengku Hamid.

“To me, this document is forged as they used the government’s logo and the Science, Technology and Environment Ministry’s address,” he said.

Akhtar set March 29-30 30 and May 3-4 for the three to enter their defence.
The Malay Mail
SILLY 'ARMY': Money scam or political ambitions?
Federal Special Forces of Malaysia
Tuesday, June 16th, 2009 12:21:00

TWENTY members of the Malaysian Emergency Action Squad, a legitimate organisation, were expelled and they formed the Federal Special Forces of Malaysia (FSFM). Was it merely an elaborate “rank-for-money” scam or were the political ambitions of its leader to be taken seriously?

The organisation aimed to be more powerful than the Royal Malaysian Police, Army, Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) and political parties. There was even a clause in FSFM’s manifesto on how the country’s sixth Prime Minister should be elected and brought to power.

The manifesto, written over several hundred pages of a manual, dictated how FSFM wanted to become more superior than any other force or government agency in the country.

The grand designs of the group began to unravel when Kebun Baru Umno deputy chief Ahmad Murad Khalid said he was assaulted by FSFM members in Kapar, Klang, in early July 2003.

Ahmad, 34, alleged he was hit on the head by four men who brandished green-coloured authority cards bearing emblems of the Prime Minister’s Department.

“Two of them claimed they were officers from the department and that they had the power to strip me of my Umno position. They claimed they could arrest me under the Internal Security Act,” he was reported as saying then.

In a security operation called Ops Impian, the Federal police were able to arrest most of the high ranking members of the FSFM and get several thousand members to surrender.

Police believe that it was the Prime Minister’s Department (JPM) logo and the promise to maintain the country’s peace and security which convinced many people into joining the FSFM.

Some members were reported saying they were under the impression that FSFM was like Rela or the Civil Defence Department.

Members were enticed with promises of a small allowance and ranks. Those eager to advance up the organisation’s ladder paid up to RM25,000 for higher ranking positions. The ranks of “brigadier-general”, “colonel” and “lieutenant-colonel” were on offer.

To convince members of his closeness to power, the leader often found opportunities to pose for photographs with political leaders. Even their uniforms had buttons carrying logos of the Prime Minister’s Department which were tailor-made at boutiques in the city centre.

However, one senior civil servant was charged along with FSFM leader Nor Azami Ahmad Ghazali on Aug 7, 2003. Science, Technology and Environment Ministry human resource director Abdul Rahman Baba, 55, was charged at the Kuala Lumpur Sessions Court with cheating.

There were also allegations that members of the Cabinet were involved though this was strenuously denied.

Ops Impian ended all their dreams

OPS Impian by the Federal police in late July 2003 was aimed at breaking a “rank-for-money” scam led by a young man with delusions of power.

Two years later, the police were issuing warnings again that the group, calling itself the Federal Special Forces of Malaysia (FSFM) or Pasukan Khas Persekutuan Malaysia, was going on a recruitment drive.

They believe that the organisation was recruiting members in the Klang Valley, Perak, Malacca, Selangor and Penang, targeting former soldiers, Rela members and the public.

FSFM’s self-proclaimed general Nor Azami Ahmad Ghazali claimed that the organisation was sponsored and supported by VIPs, senior government officials and international bodies. He had plans to recruit 30,000 new members.

In 2003, a total of 91 people, including Nor Azami, were arrested and a total of 3,279 members later surrendered to the police.

Following the arrests, Nor Azami and two others — Abdul Rahman Baba and Tengku Hamid Tengku Ismail — were charged with two offences under Section 417 of the Penal Code for cheating.

Abdul Rahman and Tengku Hamid were also charged under Section 465 of the Penal Code for forgery of documents with the intention of cheating.

Even after the police operation, the authorities believed that some 4,000 members were still at large. Police ultimatums worked at forcing out many of the members. They had their statements recorded before they handed over their identification tags, uniforms, authority cards, and handcuffs to the police.
The Sun
FSFM busted again
By: Charles Ramendran (Mon, 15 Jun 2009)

KUALA LUMPUR (June 15, 2009) : The Federal Special Forces of Malaysia (FSFM), which was busted in 2003 with the arrest of its "General", ran into trouble with the law again when its leader was nabbed in Gombak today on an allegation that he was trying to revive the organisation.

The outlawed group's 41-year-old "General" Nor Azami Ahmad Ghazali -- the key figure charged in court for cheating when police busted the FSFM headquarters at Pantai Dalam -- was among 42 people caught in the latest operation.

The raid followed a report lodged on May 25 in Kuantan by a former member of the FSFM who tipped off the police that the organisation was being revived.

At noon, police teams from the federal commercial crimes investigations department (CCID) assisted by their counterparts from the Gombak and Kuantan raided a shophouse at Taman Gombak Jaya where they found Nor Azami, five of his lieutenants and 36 "recruits", all in their 20's and 40's.

Federal CCID deputy director SAC I Tajuddin Md Isa said the 36 "recruits" were taking their "qualifying test".

He said police seized a number of items including caps, T-shirts, banners and blazers which bore the logo of the movement. Also recovered were documents pertaining to the FSFM's membership and examination papers. A photo of Nor Azami in full uniform was also found.

He said the organisation was revived late last year and police believe the 36 men who were sitting for the "test" were the first batch of new "recruits".

Tajuddin said the chosen members were told that they would be considered government servants and promised a minimum salary of RM1,900 a month.

Police will record the statements of the 36 people and release them on bail but will seek a remand order of Nor Azami and his five assistants.

He said Nor Azami was to enter his defence on June 25 to cheating charges filed against him in 2005.

Police said since the movement's illegal activities were exposed in 2003, the year it was registered as a business organisation, the leaders of the movement had been preying on people mainly in the East Coast states.

The organisation made news when Nor Azami, who was clad in an uniform similar to that used by enforcement agencies, told his members that the FSFM was a "watchdog" which kept tabs on other government enforcement agencies, including the police, military and the Anti-Corruption Agency.

He had claimed then that the FSFM was under the Prime Minister's Department and was empowered to arrest even police and military personnel.

Police investigations at the time showed the organisation garnered tens of million of ringgit from the sale of ranks such as captains, majors and even a brigadier general to its members said to number about 8,000. The ranks were sold for between RM10,000 and RM50,000.

Among the 100-over members rounded up then were teachers, lecturers, nurses, ex-military and ex-police personnel and staff of other government agencies.
Utusan Malaysia
ARKIB : 18/06/2009

Tegas tangani aktiviti haram


DERETAN sebahagian premis yang turut menempatkan Pejabat Pasukan Khas Persekutuan Malaysia (PKPM) di Taman Gombak Jaya. - BERNAMA

SEWAKTU ditumpaskan dalam Operasi Impian pada Jun 2003, antara yang dirampas daripada Pasukan Khas Persekutuan Malaysia (PKPM) ialah dokumen yang dibingkai dikenali sebagai "Formula Rahman".

Formula itu tertulis :

A-Abdul Razak,
H-Hussein Onn,
A-Abdullah Badawi,
N-Nor Azami.

Itulah Formula Rahman ciptaan Nor Azami Ahmad Ghazali.

Dia bercita-cita tinggi. Menjadi Perdana Menteri keenam adalah matlamat utama ketua PKPM, pertubuhan yang merupakan pergerakan haram tersebut.

Ternyata Formula Rahman yang diidamkan itu akhirnya memang menjadi kenyataan. Tetapi ia diisi oleh "Najib" - Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak - dan bukannya oleh Nor Azmi sendiri.

Cita-cita Nor Azmi 'terkubur' selepas dia ditahan dan dihadapkan ke mahkamah. Namun sebenarnya tidak lama, kerana Nor Azmi masih berusaha mengotakan impian tersebut dengan menghidupkan kembali pergerakan berkenaan.

Selain Formula Rahman yang tidak tercapai oleh fikiran itu, PKPM juga dikatakan sudah mencetak wang yang mempunyai tanda tangan pemimpin mereka.

Bayangkan sebuah pertubuhan seperti PKPM mempunyai keupayaan untuk 'bergerak' sejauh itu dengan memikirkan pelbagai sudut termasuk mempunyai wang bertandatangan sendiri.

Pertubuhan tidak berdaftar itu juga menawarkan sistem pangkat tentera lengkap dengan pakaian seragam dengan kadar bayaran tertentu.

Bagi pangkat Leftenan Muda, ahli perlu membayar RM8,000, Leftenan (RM16,000), Kapten (RM25,000) dan Leftenan Jeneral (RM100,000).

Di sebalik semua tawaran yang mencurigakan dan ada yang menganggap tidak masuk akal itu, PKPM tetap berjaya menawan hati orang ramai apabila mampu merekrut hampir 8,000 anggota.

Sebahagian besar daripada mereka ialah golongan ahli perniagaan. Namun ada juga penjawat awam termasuk guru dan anggota keselamatan turut terpedaya. Mereka terdiri daripada penduduk pelbagai kaum dengan majoriti terdiri daripada orang Melayu.

Sangkaan penulis, saki baki ahli kumpulan PKPM sudah berjaya dihapuskan sehingga ke peringkat akar bumi. Kali terakhir pergerakan itu dilaporkan cuba dihidupkan kembali ialah pada 2005.

Bagaimanapun, pemantauan berterusan pihak berkuasa berjaya mengekang pertubuhan itu daripada terus bergerak aktif dan bebas.

Kerana itu juga pendedahan kemunculan semula PKPM baru-baru ini sememangnya sesuatu yang mengejutkan.

Seperti pergerakan kumpulan Al-Maunah, Jemaah Islamiah (JI) dan banyak lagi, PKPM juga merupakan ancaman yang jelas kepada keselamatan negara.

Ini kerana pergerakan kumpulan itu dibimbangi mempunyai agenda untuk merampas kerajaan melalui jalan kekerasan.

Perkara yang sama turut ditekankan oleh pensyarah di Fakulti Sains Pentadbiran dan Pengajian Polisi, Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM), Kampus Dungun, Terengganu, Asri Salleh.

Menurut Asri, PKPM juga secara kasarnya boleh dilihat seperti sebuah pergerakan separa tentera atau para-military.

Justeru, kerajaan harus mengambil kira risiko kepada keselamatan negara seandainya pergerakan seperti ini bergerak aktif dan bebas.

Ada kebarangkalian juga tambah Asri, PKPM bukan sekadar satu pertubuhan yang menawarkan pangkat dan wang, tetapi sesuatu yang lebih jauh.

Apa yang paling dibimbangkan ialah sekiranya ada pihak yang cuba untuk mensabotaj keselamatan negara dengan berselindung di sebalik status kumpulan separa tentera seperti PKPM itu.

Maka, tidak mustahil PKPM boleh berkembang dan lebih berani pada masa depan sekiranya ia dibiarkan.

Apatah lagi, kumpulan ini juga pernah berjaya memperdaya anggota keselamatan negara seperti tentera untuk direkrut sebagai ahli.

"Tiada siapa boleh menafikan bahawa mana-mana pertubuhan separa-tentera, tidak semestinya PKPM, boleh juga terbabit dalam sebarang aktiviti subversif," tambah Asri.

Menilai kemungkinan itu juga, timbul persoalan adakah pergerakan PKPM ini hanya aktif di dalam negara? Adakah terlalu jauh untuk diandaikan bahawa PKPM turut mempunyai kaitan dengan pergerakan yang aktif di luar negara?

Tidak mustahil juga bakal ada pihak tertentu yang mengambil kesempatan daripada isu PKPM ini dan mencetuskan kekacauan di luar negara terutamanya di kawasan-kawasan bersempadan.

Apa yang dibimbangkan seperti yang dijelaskan oleh Asri, kejadian sabotaj itu dilakukan oleh pertubuhan haram yang lengkap dengan 'uniform dan kuasa' seperti pasukan keselamatan negara.

"Keadaan ini boleh mencetuskan malapetaka politik yang lebih besar sekiranya negara jiran turut bertindak balas terhadap kumpulan yang disangka pasukan keselamatan negara ini," katanya.

Melihat kepada kemungkinan ancaman keselamatan itu juga, maka ramai yang pasti bersetuju apabila Kementerian Dalam Negeri (KDN) berhasrat menimbang menggunakan Akta Keselamatan Dalam Negeri (ISA) sebagai langkah pencegahan.

Selain ISA, kerajaan juga boleh menimbang untuk mendakwa mengikut Seksyen 417 dan Seksyen 420 Kanun Keseksaan membabitkan kes penipuan.

Sementelah jika dilihat tindakan PKPM menipu orang ramai dengan mengatakan mereka terbabit dalam gerakan risikan negara, maka sewajarnya pergerakan itu didakwa dengan akta yang lebih keras.

Peruntukan undang-undang sedia ada sebenarnya sudah memadai untuk kerajaan mengekang pertubuhan haram seperti ini.

Apa yang perlu dipertingkatkan ialah ketegasan kerajaan dalam menangani apa yang secara jelas boleh disifatkan sebagai anasir yang membahayakan keselamatan negara.

Aspek pencegahan tambah Asri, penting bagi mengelak orang ramai terus terpedaya dan terjerumus dengan kegiatan seperti PKPM.

Tambah beliau, reaksi orang ramai terhadap sesuatu yang besar dan pantas adalah semulajadi dan sesuatu yang boleh dijangka.

Paling dibimbangkan ialah generasi muda yang mungkin dengan mudah diperalatkan oleh pihak yang ingin mengambil kesempatan ke atas mereka.

Begitu juga dengan individu yang sedang mencari pekerjaan lebih-lebih lagi dalam kegawatan ekonomi ketika ini.

Berselindung di sebalik tawaran kerja dengan gaji menarik, kumpulan ini dengan mudah dapat mengaburi mata orang ramai untuk dijadikan ahli.

"Justeru, adalah menjadi tanggungjawab kerajaan untuk mengelakkan lebih ramai rakyat menyeleweng dan diselewengkan oleh individu atau pertubuhan tidak bermoral dan haram," ujar Asri.

Bagaimanapun, tahniah kepada pihak berkuasa kerana berjaya menghidu usaha 'memulihkan' PKPM.

Ada yang mempertikaikan kenapa pertubuhan itu dibiarkan bergerak semula dari awal, namun kita perlu akur bahawa ia di luar kawalan sesiapa pun termasuk polis.

Pihak berkuasa hanya boleh bertindak bila wujud elemen-elemen yang mencurigakan dan dipercayai mampu menggugat keselamatan negara. Dan mereka telah pun bertindak.

Tertumpasnya PKPM Isnin lalu membuktikan pihak polis menerusi perisikannya berjaya menghidu aktiviti pergerakan tersebut. Yang pasti, keselamatan negara sekali lagi berjaya dilindungi.
Bernama - 13 Oktober, 2005

KUALA LUMPUR, 13 Okt (Bernama) -- Bekas ketua Pasukan Khas Persekutuan Malaysia (PKPM) Nor Azami Ahmad Ghazali dan tiga lagi pengarah syarikat PKPM Services Berhad dihadapkan ke Mahkamah Majistret di sini, atas lima tuduhan masing-masing, berhubung kesalahan di bawah Akta Syarikat 1965.

Tiga lagi pengarah syarikat itu ialah ibu Nor Azami, Saliah Ramli, isteri Nor Azami, Sarina Mansor dan Abdul Rahman Baba.

Kesemua mereka yang berdiri di luar kandang, mengaku tidak bersalah apabila pertuduhan dibacakan di hadapan Majistret Azniza Mohd Ali.

Pendakwaan dilakukan Pegawai Pendakwa Suruhanjaya Syarikat Malaysia Narainasami Alagu manakala Nor Azami, juga pengarah syarikat itu, Saliah, Sarina dan Abdul Rahman diwakili peguambela Mohd Rashid Mokhtar

Bagi lima pertuduhan, mereka didapati gagal mematuhi kehendak di bawah Akta Syarikat 1965 iaitu:

(i) Gagal menyerahsimpan penyata tahunan syarikat
(ii) Gagal mengadakan mesyuarat Agung Tahunan syarikat
(iii) Membiarkan syarikat berjalan tanpa setiausaha syarikat
(iv) Menyebabkan syarikat gagal mencatat nama, alamat kediaman, tarikh lahir, nombor kad pengenalan dan pekerjaan pengarah ke dalam buku daftar syarikat.

Menurut kertas pertuduhan, PKPM Services Berhad merupakan satu syarikat awam terhad, yang diperbadankan pada 8 Mei 2003 di bawah Akta Syarikat 1965 dan mempunyai alamat di Suite 132G, Tingkat 2, Wisma MISHAH, Jalan Raja Abdullah di sini.

Sementara itu, syarikat PKPM Services Berhad turut menghadapi enam pertuduhan dan Nor Azami yang mewakili syarikatnya tidak mengaku bersalah terhadap dakwaan itu.

Bagi enam pertuduhan, syarikat PKPM Services Berhad didapati melakukan beberapa kesalahan utama di bawah Akta Syarikat 1965 iaitu:-

(i) Membiarkan jawatan setiausaha syarikat itu kosong lebih daripada satu bulan dari tarikh ia dikosongkan pada 1 Ogos 2003.
(ii) Gagal mencatatkan nama, nombor kad pengenalan, alamat kediaman, pekerjaan setiap setiausaha, pengarah dan kewarganegaraan ahli ke dalam buku Daftar Setiausaha, Pengarah dan Ahli
(iii) Gagal mengadakan mesyuarat agung tahunan yang pertama dalam tempoh lapan belas bulan dari tarikh syarikat diperbadankan
(iv) Gagal menyerahsimpan penyata tahunan yang pertama dalam tempoh satu bulan daripada tarikh mesyuarat agung tahunan pertama

Bagi kesemua kesalahan itu, individu dan syarikat boleh dikenakan tindakan penalti di bawah Akta Syarikat berupa denda dari RM1,000 hingga RM5,000 setiap kesalahan.

Pegawai Pendakwa Narainasami memohon untuk satu tarikh singkat agar sejumlah 26 pertuduhan dapat dibicarakan bersama kerana melibatkan saksi dan dokumen yang sama.

Mahkamah kemudian menetapkan 13 dan 14 Dis depan sebagai tarikh bicara.



Kegiatan sebuah pertubuhan haram, Pasukan Khas Persekutuan Malaysia (PKPM) terbongkar apabila polis menangkap tiga lelaki di sebuah hotel di Taman Maluri, Kuala Lumpur ketika sedang menemuduga beberapa lelaki bagi menyertai pertubuhan itu, pada 24 Julai lalu.

Nor Azami, berusia 35 tahun, berpangkat Jeneral dalam PKPM turut mendakwa dirinya bakal perdana menteri Malaysia keenam selepas Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

PKPM adalah sebuah pertubuhan haram kerana penubuhannya tidak pernah mendapat kelulusan pihak berkuasa kerajaan. PKPM diwujudkan oleh ahli-ahli PTCM dengan menggunakan kelulusan yang diberikan kepada Pasukan Tindakan Cemas Malaysia (PTCM) untuk merekrut anggotanya.

PKPM dikatakan telah merekrut seramai 8,000 orang anggota di seluruh negara dengan pelbagai cara penipuan terhadap orang ramai.

1. Apakah PKPM dan kaitannya dengan PTCM ?

PKPM adalah pertubuhan haram yang ditubuhkan oleh 20 orang bekas anggota PTCM, diketuai Nor Azami Ahmad Ghazali.

Nor Azami yang dipecat daripada PTCM pada Jun 2002, mewujudkan PKPM dan merekrut anggota pertubuhan itu dengan surat kuasa menggunakan nama PTCM.

PTCM pula adalah pertubuhan yang sah di sisi undang-undang dan ditubuhkan di bawah Akta Pemegang Amanah 1952 (Semakan 1981). PTCM yang didaftarkan pada tahun 1998 dan dikawal selia oleh Bahagian Undang-Undang, Jabatan Perdana Menteri.

Objektif PTCM adalah menjalankan fungsi penyelamatan ketika kecemasan dan membantu agensi-agensi kerajaan seperti Jabatan Bomba dan Penyelamat, Polis Diraja Malaysia, Angkatan Tentera Malaysia dan Majlis Keselamatan Jalan Raya, selain menjalankan aktiviti-aktiviti khidmat sosial.

2. Adakah PKPM mengancam keselamatan negara ?

Menurut pihak polis, kewujudan PKPM tidak mengancam keselamatan di negara ini.

Hasil siasatan awal polis mendapati kegiatan PKPM tiada kaitan dengan keganasan seperti kumpulan Al-Maunah, Jemaah Islamiah (JI) dan Kumpulan Militan Malaysia (KMM) yang boleh mengancam keselamatan.

Bagaimanapun PKPM mesti dibanteras kerana ia adalah sebuah pertubuhan haram di sisi undang-undang negara dan melakukan kegiatan penipuan terhadap orang ramai.

Sementara itu, siasatan juga masih dijalankan bagi mengenal pasti jika ada agenda-agenda lain yang tersembunyi dan tersirat yang dibawa oleh pertubuhan ini.

3. Berapa ramaikah anggota PKPM yang telah ditahan ?

Sehingga 1 Ogos lalu, pihak polis melalui gerakan khas Ops Impian berjaya menangkap 84 orang anggota PKPM, manakala 2,637 orang ditahan setelah menyerah diri.

Antara yang ditahan ialah 133 orang kakitangan awam (11 anggota tentera, 61 guru, dua pensyarah, tiga jururawat, dua pemandu, sembilan buruh dan 45 dalam perkhdimatan lain), tiga bekas polis dan 43 pesara tentera.

Kesemua anggota PKPM itu ditahan di bawah Seksyen 117 Kanun Acara Jenayah iaitu kesalahan menurut Seksyen 420 Kanun Keseksaan kerana menipu, Seksyen 41(1)(b) kerana menyertai pertubuhan yang tidak berdaftar dan Seksyen 42 Akta Pertubuhan 1966 kerana memegang jawatan dalam pertubuhan yang menyalahi undang-undang.

4. Apakah kegiatan penipuan yang dilakukan oleh PKPM?

Beroperasi tanpa kelulusan pihak berkuasa dan tidak berdaftar dengan Pendaftar Pertubuhan.

Menggunakan dokumen-dokumen palsu dengan logo Jabatan Perdana Menteri pada kepala surat rasmi dan kad kuasa.

Menawarkan pangkat-pangkat tentera dengan bayaran tertentu. Bagi pangkat Leftenan Muda - RM8,000, Leftenan - RM16,000, Kapten - RM25,000 dan Leftenan Jeneral - RM50,000 hingga RM100,000.

Mendakwa PKPM mempunyai kuasa melebihi kuasa Polis Diraja Malaysia, Angkatan Tentera Malaysia dan Badan Pencegah Rasuah.

Mendakwa bahawa ketuanya, Nor Azami bakal dilantik Perdana Menteri Malaysia yang keenam, semata-mata menggunakan formula RAHMAN.

Penipuan-penipuan oleh Nor Azami, antaranya :-

-Mendakwa dirinya adalah pengarah kepada pelbagai syarikat perniagaan, antaranya dalam bidang hartanah, pemaju perumahan dan produksi filem dan cakera padat.
- Mendakwa dirinya seorang bergelar ‘Datuk', pemegang Ijazah Doktor Falsafah (PhD) dan mengaku mempunyai 100 buah syarikat dan memiliki kekayaan berjumlah berbilion ringgit.
- pernah menyumbangkan cek palsu bernilai RM20,000 kepada sebuah majlis jamuan makan malam
- Mencetak wang yang mempunyai tanda tangannya sendiri
- memperdaya ahli-ahli perniagaan dengan menawarkan jawatan dalam PKPM.
- menggunakan nama kerabat raja dan menteri untuk meyakinkan anggota PKPM dan meraih peluang-peluang perniagaan

5. Apakah tindakan yang yang akan dikenakan kepada mereka yang menganggotai PKPM?

Mereka yang ditahan sedang disoal siasat oleh pihak polis dan akan didakwa mengikut undang-undang yang berkaitan, jika bersabit kesalahan.

Siasatan yang dijalankan secara terperinci merangkumi semua aspek. Pihak berkuasa akan meneliti samada mereka yang terbabit tertipu atau mempunyai niat tertentu apabila mereka menyertai sesuatu pertubuhan haram.

Seksyen 420 Kanun Keseksaan memperuntukkan hukuman penjara maksimum 12 tahun, jika sabit kesalahan, kerana melakukan penipuan besar-besaran.

Mereka yang terlibat juga boleh didakwa di bawah Akta Persatuan 1966, kerana terbabit dengan pertubuhan haram, jika sabit kesalahan boleh dikenakan hukuman penjara maksimum lima tahun.

6. Benarkah terdapat menteri kabinet terlibat dengan PKPM?

Daripada siasatan yang sedang dijalankan oleh pihak polis, tidak ada menteri kabinet yang terlibat secara langsung atau menjadi anggota PKPM.

Walaupun Ketua Turus Umum PTCM, Staff Marshal Munsyi Muslim Yacob pernah mendakwa mempunyai maklumat mengenai pembabitan seorang menteri kabinet dalam PKPM, namun tiada bukti dikemukakan bagi menyokong dakwaan tersebut.

Munsyi juga pada 5 Ogos lalu telah mengakui tidak mempunyai sebarang bukti mengenai pembabitan menteri kabinet, sebagaimana yang dilaporkan.

Timbalan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi yang juga Menteri Dadam Negeri turut menyangkal dakwaan itu dan menafikan terdapat menteri kabinet menganggotai PKPM.

dikemaskini hingga 20 Ogos 2003

Sumber rujukan :
Laman web Utusan Malaysia dan Berita Harian
akhbar-akhbar tempatan

Pusat Pengurusan Maklumat Strategik
Kementerian Penerangan Malaysia.