Tan Sri Rahim Noor: The hero of the Hadyaii Accord

Earlier this afternoon, bloggo-journo Rocky scooped the story about party-less Opposition Leader Anwar “King of Anarchy Politics” Ibrahim was invited by Communist Party of Malaya Secretary General Chin “Butcher of Malaya” Peng for the 20th commemoration of the ‘Hadyaii Accord’.

Hadyaii Accord, signed 2 Dec 1989

‘Hadyaii Accord’ was signed by the Malaysian Government, represented by the Secretary General of Home Minister Dato’ Wan Sidek Wan Abdul Rahman, Royal Malaysian Police IGP Tan Sri Mohd. Haniff Omar and the Armed Forces Jen. Tan Sri Hashim Mohd. Ali  and Communist Party of Malaya (CPM) was represented by Chin “Butcher of Malaya” Peng, Abdullah CD and Rashid Maidin  in Hadyaii, 2 December 1989. It marks the end of CPM armed struggle for power, which killed and injured so many Malayans and Malaysians for over 44 years (1945-1989).

During the Emergency (1948-1960), the primary industries dependent Malayan economy was almost paralysed because of the terrorism caused by the barbarics. In the 12 year insurgency, almost 5,000 military and civilians lost their lives to the CPM act of terrorism. 60% of them were non combattant civilians, is a demonstration how brutal the Chin “Butcher of Malaya” Peng’s guys were.

The communist terrorists also is responsible for the assasination of IGP Tan Sri Abdul Rahman Hashim on 7 June 1974 and Perak CPO Tan Sri Khoo Chong Kong on 13 June 1975, on top of the massacre of the Bukit Kepong Police Station on 23 February 1950 which saw 14 policemen, 8 auxiliary policemen and 4 members of the policemen brutally killed in the firefight. The army, especially the Royal Malay Regiment spend a lot of resources to fight the communist terrorists untill the ‘Hadyaii Accord’.

The architect and chief operation person for the ‘Hadyaii Accord’ was former IGP Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Mohd. Noor. Then Director of Special Branch CP Dato’ Abdul Rahim Noor and his dedicated Special Branch officers patiently worked between Hadyaii and Beijing to reach a point where the CPM agreed on the ‘Hadyaii Accord’. Deputy Minister of Home Affairs then was Allahyarham Tan Sri Megat Junid Megat Ayub where else the Minister of Home Affairs was Fourth Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad. At the signing, the IGP was then Tan Sri (now Tun) Mohd. Hanif Omar.

The ‘Hadyaii Accord’ mark where the armed struggle of  Malayan Peoples’ Liberation Army (the armed unit of CPM) against Malaysians formally ended and the process of nation building was able to be carried out at a faster pace and magnitude. The growth there on was very appparent. ‘Vision 2020′ was launched by then Fourth Prime Minister Dato’ Seri Dr. Mahathir Mohamad which laid out the strategic plan for Malaysia to achieve a developed nation status by the year 2020. The North South Highway, which the single most important infrastructure that spur economic and social growth and progress of this nation which stretches from Johor Bahru in Johor all the way to Bukit Kayu Hitam in Kedah was completed in 1993.

The true hero of the ‘Hadyaii Accord’ is undoubtably Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Mohd. Noor. We Malaysians owe him a huge debt of gratitude of achieving peace, which saw Malaysia able to progress to a level what she is today. To mark the 20th commeration of the ‘Hadyaii Accord’, we wish to record a special tribute for a great Special Branch officer and director.

As a sign of true patriotism, Malaysians should vehemently reject Anwar “King of Anarchy Politics” Ibrahim to bring back Chin ‘Butcher of Malaya” Peng, as a sordid attempt to ride on pseudo-anarchy politics to assume power.

This tribute is also extended to CP Dato’ Zulkifli Abdul Rahman (at the ‘Hadyaii Accord’ was the Deputy Director of Special Branch) and officers and men of the Special Branch for their dedication to provide us the blanket of security.

Published in: on November 20, 2009 at 15:09  Comments (33)