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Five T’ganu NGO’s lodge police report against Anwar and Kit Siang

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anwar-kit-siangKUALA TERENGGANU, May 16- Five non-governmental organisations have lodged police report against PKR de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and DAP advisor Lim Kit Siang for sedition and organising illegal rallies.

The organisations are Malaysia Islamic Missionary and Welfare Association (Pekida), Pertubuhan Pribumi Perkasa Malaysia (Perkasa), Tolak Individu Bernama Anwar Ibrahim (Tibai), Terengganu Caring Association and Terengganu 71 Motoring Club.

Terengganu Perkasa information chief Fakhrul Azman Abu Bakar action should be taken against the two individuals for they had clearly violated the laws and inciting the young people, especially the Chinese, to hate the government and to protest the results of the 13th general election.

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Police must take stern action against the two party leaders for inciting people not to believe in the Election Commission, he said after lodging a police report about the matter here today.

The opposition pact had organised rallies in Kelana Jaya Stadium, Selangor last Wednesday and in Batu Kawan Stadium in Penang last Sunday to protest the results of the 13th general election.

Another rally, dubbed 505 Rally, is also scheduled to be held at Taman Puteri Wangsa, Ulu Tiram, Johor Baharu tonight.

In JOHOR BAHARU, 60 fishermen from Kampung Sungai Melayu here staged a peaceful demonstration in protest to the opposition’s move to organise the 505 Rally here.

Their spokesman, Pandak Ahmad, said the move would only cause racial disharmony in the peaceful state of Johor.

“The people had made their decision by choosing the Barisan Nasional government in the recently concluded general election, so we hope (Datuk Seri) Anwar Ibrahim and Lim Kit Siang can accept the decision with an open heart.

“Why do they have to create chaos in Johor by organising the rally to accuse the Election Commission and the police for not being transparent,” he told reporters.

At the same time, he also called on the authority to take stern action
against the organisers of the rally.

– BERNAMA

 

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