By S. Gul
Don’t people know karma is real and allegedly a b*tch?
Taking the new legal regulations of Grab for instance. GrabDrivers now need a public service vehicle (PSV) licence which can be considered a tedious task - not to mention costly. Ow no…
Now don’t get me wrong; not all these potential Grab drivers are guilty of wanting to take a short-cut.
There are a bunch of others not in the e-hailing business who are willing to get what they want by shaking a few hands to skip a few legal steps.
Knowing about the publics’ thoughts on the matter, operators of driving institutes have been warned by the Transport Ministry to not ask NOR accept bribes for PSV or commercial vehicle licence approvals.
The consequences could be deadly - getting their own license revoked.
Mwahahhaa. Karmaaaa issss a b***ttchhhh.
Our Transport Minister Anthony Loke Siew Fook had us smirking with glee when he delivered this bada** message to driving institution operators after getting word of bribe complaints:
“I’m warning these driving institutes to not test the ministry and my patience because if they are found to be soliciting payment to approve the PSV, stern action will be taken against them, including revocation of their licence...”
#feelingproud #saynotobribery #hardcoreminister #noshortcuts
“...The ministry will not compromise with any quarters on this because it affects public interest and safety."
You said it Mr A! Rules and laws are what keeps a country functioning and safe, and that's what we all want at the end of the day.
Say NO to bribery!!