PPS threatened to transfer a sergeant?
13 July 2011
A sergeant assigned to the police station in Princess Margaret Hospital can not understand what could push a Parliamentary Private Secretary to threaten to mutate.
The PPS, elected in a constituency in the North, went to the post on Tuesday to inform the police that a bus was blocking the way to the hospital grounds. When the sergeant went to an observation, he saw the bus and a car parked badly. He then served as a ticket to both drivers.
In his version, the police sergeant said that the MAP threatened to mutate. Asked to comment, the PPS denies having used aggressive language. He explains that this is the third time he went to the hospital for treatment and noticed, each time the bus is parked so as to obstruct the road. Believer to do good, he went to the police station to ask to move the bus and at no time, he has threatened to transfer the sergeant. PPS admits to being annoyed when he has asked to produce his identity card he had on him. In addition, the sergeant told him he needs to record a complaint that the police can take action against the driver of the bus. Nothing serious would have happened between them.