Touched By Cop S Wife S Act Of Love Lawyer Raises Rm2 000 To Pay Her Fine
A photo posted on Facebook showing the policeman’s wife and children visiting him while he was on duty. (Facebook pic)PETALING JAYA: A lawyer has raised RM2,000 to help a policeman’s wife who was fined for breaching Covid-19 prevention rules by sending food to her husband on roadblock duty.
The lawyer, Vemal Arasan, said he was touched by the cop’s wife’s loving act, and that he was even willing to represent her in challenging the compound.
“To me, she should not be compounded. She did not go and visit someone in a private location as movement control order (MCO) rules stipulate.
“Also, the policeman will go back home later, so it is inevitable that they will meet each other. In this case, I cannot see how she breached SOPs by delivering food to a frontliner.”
Vemal said many others, from NGOs to politicians, and even popular preacher Ebit Lew, had also visited frontliners on duty.
“If we praise people for visiting our frontliners on duty, giving them food, why is it wrong when this woman does the same for her husband?” he said.
He also questioned why the woman was fined when police previously said no SOPs were breached when she and her children delivered food to her husband on the first day of Hari Raya Aidilfitri.
Earlier today, Putrajaya police chief Mohd Fadzil Ali said although they initially viewed the wife’s action as giving moral support to her husband, they did not want others to visit family members on duty.
He said police will not hesitate to take action against anyone, including its own officers, if they violated the MCO. - FMT
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