LKy's Tanjong Pagar Town Council DENIED Responsibility of Negligence
Well, this isn't quite accurate, because these bastards were not voted in - they walked over!
The bastards are so hypocritical to false claim that they were they best and most qualified for the jobs they were supposedly contesting for.
Unlike other damages metal corrosions don't suddenly cause metal grills or rails to be missing overnight, the corrosions obviously took place over long period of time to have more than one steel bar missing from the railings. The negligence of old dog thief Lee Kuan Yew's Tanjong Pagar Town Council is obviously not a one time omission, it was repeatedly neglected over a very long period from proper maintenance probrably over years.
In previously published photos of the scene, thick metal bars were completely corroded or rotten away, the size is larger than 2 inches. The section of missing grill bars was nearly one foot exposing a gap large enough for a 7 year old girl to fall through it from 4 storeys.
But they will not accept reponsibility and instead shaft that to their contractors. They even denied that residents had made complains about the seriously dangerous failure of maintenance at that spot.
This is Old Dog Theif Lee Kuan Yew's own Tanjong Pagar GRC. What else can you expect from other GRCs of his famiLEE LEEgime? I MUST remind you that Mah Boh Tan's Tampines GRC was also not admitting negligence of safety and maintenance failure when the basketball court's corroded lamp post fell killing a boy and injuring others before GE2006. I slammed famiLEE LEEgime on this issue during GE2006, and the related issue, that famiLEE LEEgime was forcing HDB flat owners to spend for replacing their windows and air-conditioner brackets, threatening to put the flat owners in prison, if their windows or air-con fell down to cause death.
If they knew shame and remorse, they should had owned up, accepted the responsibility, resign and let more capable people take over from their past failures. Our children's safety and lives are not to be subjected to such serious professional negligence, by these world's highest paid exploiters, and irresponsible political swines, and national maggots.
It is clearly double standard, when famiLEE LEEgime come to responsibility of maintenance, that they will put HDB flat owners in prison if they windows or air-con fell and caused death, but they will not admit to any responsibility at all, when their own maintenance failures injured or killed the residents of the very same HDB flats. This is the kind of corrupted and incompetent bastards who paid themselves millions of dollars of world's highest salaries, false claiming to be the world class governance.
When his own GRC's estate maintenance is in this state, what about other important aspects of national interest under his care?
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Channel NewsAsia - Thursday, May 28
SINGAPORE: An independent committee of inquiry investigating the case of missing railings which led to an 7—year—old girl falling four storeys from her block of flats, has concluded that this was an "isolated incident due to human error" rather than a fault in the system.
The committee released its findings and recommendations on Wednesday.
In the incident on 8 March this year, Siti Nur Aini Mohamed fell through a gap in the railings while playing on the corridor outside her flat in Telok Blangah Crescent.
The property officer who was in charge of the maintenance of the block has since been transferred out of the town council, and he no longer does any property inspection work. His supervisor has also been reprimanded and issued with a warning.
The Tanjong Pagar Town Council, which runs the estate, had appointed the independent committee to investigate the cause of the incident and also make recommendations to prevent similar ones from happening.
It has accepted all the recommendations made by the committee, and these include hiring specialist contractors rather then term contractors to evaluate such property maintenance needs.
As to claims made by Siti’s family that they had alerted the town council about the missing railings prior to her fall, the committee said it was unable to conclude the calls had been made as these could not be traced by the telco.
This was because Siti’s family could not provide details as to who had paid for the pre—paid card which was used to make the calls.
Without the permission of the owner of the pre—paid card, the telco could not release the information sought.
However, the committee said regardless of whether any calls had been made or otherwise, the severely corroded railings should have been detected between November last year — when the alarm was said to have been first raised — and March this year when Siti fell.
The primary two student suffered multiple fractures and was warded in the intensive care unit in the National University Hospital for a few weeks.
She went through several operations, including one to remove a blood clot in her brain.
Siti, who still walks with a limp following the incident, returned to school last week. However, she slipped and fell, and is now recovering at home.