Tuesday, July 13, 2010
Thought for the day
MACC has set a precedent and avoided one. If MACC could send PI Bala a list of questions related to the Altantuya case, by courier, could they do the same with future witnesses from the opposition parties? Witnesses can now review those questions without any intimidation or harassment, and probably not fear of being thrown out of the building from whichever floor he is on. For some rhyme or reasons, the MACC fellas did not turn up in London to meet PI Bala and his lawyers. For had they done so, then I guess similar treatment should be accorded to witnesses from the opposition parties to conduct the "unnecessary" interviews?