GEORGE TOWN, Apr 19 — The Penang Island City Council (MBPP) will cancel any coercion officers found abusing their powers to appeal income pronounced legislature secretary Yew Tung Seang.
He pronounced there was 0 toleration for such behaviour.
“We will control a consummate review initial and if found to be true, a officer will be sacked,” Yew told a Malay Mail Online in an interview.
Last week, councillors Ong Ah Teong and Joseph Ng suggested that 3 MBPP coercion officers were held perfectionist income from traders and grounds owners underneath a stratagem of checking their permits.
All 3 cases were handed over to a MBPP secretary and disciplinary house for serve action.
Yew pronounced currently that some grade of abuse exists in all organisations, though gave his declaration that a legislature would oldster a officers to minimise a risk of such misbehaviour.
He also told a open that MBPP’s ubiquitous enforcers, uniformed or otherwise, did not have a management to check business permits or licences.
Yew pronounced such inspections contingency be attended by officers from a applicable agencies such as a chartering or building departments.
Members of a open who confront such unapproved inspections should surprise a MBPP, he added.