Tindakan Bank Islam betul, pertamanya, pakar ekonomi perlu kekal dalam bidangnya sebagai pakar ekonomi, bukan bercakap di luar bidang kepakarannya. Bank Islam perlukan pakar ekonomi, bukan pakar politik, apalagi pakar politik jadi-jadian. Kedua, Bank Islam perlu jadi neutral politik. Imej Bank Islam boleh rosak sekiranya membenarkan pekerjanya atau wakilnya membawa wajah politik. Ketiga, hubungan dengan individu yang berkecenderungan melanggar BAFIA 1989 adalah satu risiko kepada institusi seperti bank Islam. Ia boleh melunturkan keyakinan rakyat terhadap Bank Islam.
Supremo bloggo-journo Datuk Rocky revealed this evening that rogue Bank Islam Chief Economist Azrul Azwar Ahmad Tajudin shared hundreds of confidential bank internal memorandums, documents, Exco and BOD papers with PKR Leaders, namely abuse-of-power-convict Anwar Ibrahim, Nurul Izzah Anwar and Rafizi Ramli.
That is an act of crime as stipulated by Article 97 of the Bank and Financial Institution Act (BAFIA) 1989. Most of internal documents within a financial institution should be deemed as ‘secret’. Let alone confidential in nature.
That is the limitless and bottomless pit of what PKR supporters willing to do, including breaking the law. It is nothing new as their Great Leader was a former of convict when he abused his power as Deputy Prime Minister and who had to served his sentence when exhaustively all opportunities of getting a pardon was rejected.
Breaking BAFIA is nothing to new to PKR leaders. Director of Strategy Rafizi Ramli was charged under the same law when he disclosed account details in his quest to bring down UMNO Wanita Chief Dato’ Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil via her family’s involvement in the National Feedlot Corporation Sdn. Bhd. If found guilty, it punishable to a maximum of 3 years and/or RM 5 million fine.
PKR Leaders go to unbelievable extend in their ‘Politics of Hatred’ strategy to demonize authorities and the government (which was given the mandate by the majority through twelve consecutive electoral process, as stipulated by the Federal Constitution). Breaking laws that have been passed by Parliament for political purpose should be construed as anti-democracy.
The end doesn’t justify the means. Especially when it is unlawful