The IGP, in the course of a speech about his Force, made the claim that 80% of his subordinates are “highly motivated” to carry out their responsibilities.
He seemed satisfied with that percentage and made no mention about what he intended to do with the fifth (20%) that must be presumed to be less or entirely unmotivated; despite being paid.
It says something about PN Malaysia that the head of one of the biggest government departments can make such a self depreciating admission in public and even appear to be satisfied with such a situation.
Since he knows the percentage he must know the individuals and should explain why he allows them to continue to shirk their duties; or worse:
Every uniformed body has its bad apples but 20%? Incompetence or open toleration of bad and often illegal behaviour? Perhaps he has made a comparison with the PN government to which he is responsible and decided that his Force compares favourably to them in terms of corruption and inefficiency? He should aim for a higher standard!