Thursday, May 7, 2009

Battleground Ipoh; No explanation, arrest him first

The Star
9:00am Police detain P. Sugumaran, political secretary to Ipoh Barat Member of Parliament M. Kulasegaran, for trying to force his way through the barricades surrounding the state secretariat building. To read more click here.
At 9.50am, Ipoh Timur MP Lim Kit Siang and Ipoh Barat MP M. Kulasegaran were stopped by the police and asked to drive away. Both MPs and Kulasegaran's political secretary P. Sugumaran got out of the car and began arguing with the officers.

"I received an official invitation from the Speaker... I have a right to be here. This is my constituency," Kulasegaran argued.

A shouting match began between Sugumaran and the police. It finally ended when Sugumaran was arrested. Both Lim and Kulasegaran then decided to leave. To read more click here.

DAP's Ipoh Timor member of parliament Lim Kit Siang, under whose area the state secretariat is located, is turned away from the building. Also with Lim are DAP's MPs for Ipoh Barat M Kulasegaran and Teluk Intan MP M Manogaran.

The three MPs had official invitations to attend the sitting from assembly speaker.

In an ensuing shouting match with the police, Kulasegaran's aide was arrested.


Cindy Lee said...

"Hi Kula, It's CIndy, ALbert's daughter. I know u have been very busy today. Dad got yr message n we both shoot up to Balai. Me wearing black whole suit standing in front of the balai. After heard the bad news, we feel so sad. It seems like I just lost something that can make me cry. But anyway, Kula we will still support u. 3 more years you all will rule perak state with strong vote. Definately will.... Take care."

Anonymous said...

YB Kula,

Eventhough Pakatan Rakyat and the people are pretty much helpless until the next general election, we all need to vent our frustration and anger, don't we? I hope, Pakatan Rakyat will also come out with a brilliant channel/idea where people can vent their anger before the 13th General Election.

Let me start the balling rolling by describing the infamy day in the Perak State Assembly on 7th May 2009.

" Democracy and the people of Perak is "robbed", "raped" and "buried alive" by the most disgraceful, disgusting, disloyal prostitute of Jelapang. Hee Yit Foong, who would for money sell her dignity, friends, people away and last but not least sold her soul to the devil...

I feel a wee bit better now...

After the next (13th) General Election...

The Pakatan Rakyat Agenda should be:

1) Nominate Karpal Singh as the Chief Justice of the Federal Court.

2) Nominate Anwar Ibrahim as the 7th Prime Minister of Malaysia

3) Nominate Mohd. Nizar Jamaluddin as the Deputy Prime Miniter of Malaysia

4) Nominate Lim Kit Siang as Senior Minister for Parliamentary/ State Assemblies affairs (and give those BN unruly representive in the Parliament/ State Assemblies a piece of the People's mind)

5) Nominate V. Sivakumar as the next Dewan Rakyat Speaker

6) Nominate Ngeh Koo Ham as the next Inspector General of Police

7) Nominate Tunku Aziz as the next MACC Director General

8) Nominate Nik Aziz as the Chief Justice of the Mahkamah Syariah for those so-called professing Islam but insulted Islam by practising corruption,robbing the rakyat's money)

9) Nominate Hadi Awang as the Director General of the Election Commission.

After all this the first MOTION of the Parliament is, YB Kula...I hope you can move this MOTION...

is to send the most disgraceful, disgusting prostitute of Jelapang, Hee Yit Foong and the ugly clown, Zambry of Perak to the Middle Rocks near Pulau Batu Putih at Dawn and let them drown by Dusk for committing adultery & prostituition against the People of Malaysia.

and former Prime Minister Najib as the Ambassador to Mongolia.


Jong said...

On 7th May morning police roadblocks were everywhere in Ipoh paralysing traffic, causing massive jams in the city. Parents wearing black ferrying school children to school were stopped and questioned why they wore black. Is it a crime to wear black in Malaysia today? Black seemed to be a taboo in Ipoh esp on 7th May 2009! Those idiots don't even know what is human rights.

One Chinese guy I saw wearing a bluish collared sportshirt walking towards an eatery was arrested by plainclothes police just because he was using a "PAS" umbrella while his friend who went with him for lunch was let off.

Musa Hassan the IGP and Perak CPO Zulkifli must take responsibility for such despicable act of abuse of power by their personnel in Perak!

Aren't the Police expected to do law enforcement, maintain peace and protect the ordinary citizens from harm rather than harassing the public? The heavy presence of FRU trucks, water cannons, Black Marias drew many curious onlookers and residents mostly senior citizens who were also dragged off and thrown into the Black Marias. What sort of threat I wonder would the police and their political masters expect from those elderlies aged between 65 and 80+ yrs, huh?

What happened in Perak on thurs inside and outside the Perak State Assembly is a great shame and a black mark in the history of the nation. Perakians are very furious, further antagonised and this is most unforgiveable! Much animosity and hatred have been created towards UMNO/BN.