For about two years at the head of the Ministry of Interior, the general who became the “captain” of the party, Sander Lleshaj, continues to count countless “successes”. He started by giving ridiculous orders, like the one for the “belly” policeman, and apparently he is spending his last days in the luxury BMW, bought by the State Police, but which Lleshaj uses to walk around the streets of Tirana.
But, while Lleshaj continues to “wallow” in the luxurious BMW, crime continues to shock country.
In just 48 hours, four people have lost their lives in our country. On Sunday evening, two young girls lost their lives, while two others were seriously injured in a road accident, because the driver was drunk and the police were nowhere to be seen.
Meanwhile, yesterday morning, another person lost his life. 33- year-old Klevis Kapllani was found killed with a firearm in his car. Meanwhile, yesterday afternoon, another serious event shook the capital. A woman was killed by her brother-in-law for “moral” reasons.
Another shocking event for the capital, was the powerful explosion of Vasil Shanto yesterday afternoon. An attempted mafia attack, where Prend Gjini was seriously injured. In just 48 hours, criminal events have shaken the country, but for the Interior Minister, these are just statistics, not lives lost.
Sander Lleshaj is sure of himself, and continues to “wallow” in the luxury BMW, with fake license plates. But he hasn’t yet published the documents of the purchase of the vehicle.
“Captain” Lleshaj continues to say empty words, and appears on television in the hope
that you will save his image, but it is good to show the documents.
Sander Lleshaj talks about figures and statistics, and brags on screens, at a time when in three months Albania has been closed, due to the Covid -19 pandemic. Sandri himself did not go out of fear, but spent more time in the villa he has been using for years in Lalzi Bay.
When the Albanians were in isolation, Sandri buy a luxorious BMW. While now there is a boom of murders, Lleshaj walks with the BMW, as once when Agron Gjekmarkaj walked the streets of Tirana and introduced him to the people after the “captain” spoke in vain to half of the people.
Maybe Gjekmarkaj’s Christian mercy, disappointed by Lleshaj, can serve the “captain”
as an advocacy to escape from embarrassment not only as minister, but also as a citizen. Unfortunately, he will be remembered as the general who became the “captain” of the party. /CNA.al