Di Selangor kerusi2 Parlimen yang ramai dengan pengundi2 India adalah seperti Kota Raja, Kapar, Klang dan Shah Alam dan kerusi negeri seperti Seri Andalas, Kota Alam Shah dan Sementa semuanya dimenangi oleh Pakatan dengan majoriti selesa. Kecuali P Kamalanathan dari MIC adalah satu-satunya untuk menang di Hulu Selangor.
Di Perak trend yang sama boleh diperhatikan. Buntong, adalah kerusi negeri dengan bilangan terbesar pengundi India telah dimenangi oleh DAP.
Dr Michael Jeyakumar
Undi kaum India juga telah membantu Dr Michael Jeyakumar PSM, M Kulasegaran (DAP) dan V Sivakumar (DAP) untuk memenangi kerusi Parlimen Sg Siput, Ipoh Barat dan Batu Gajah. Sebaliknya M Saravanan(MIC) menang di Tapah,iaitu satu2nya calon keturunan India dari BN.
Di Pulau Pinang, Dr.Ramasamy(DAP) menang di Prai manakala anak mendiang P.Patto,Kasturi Rani Patto(DAP) menang di kerusi Parlimen Batu Kawan dan kedua2 mereka telah menewaskan calon2 keturunan India dari BN.
Undi dari kaum India juga telah membantu calon-calon DAP berbilang kaum seperti Chow Kon Yeow, Zairil Khir Johari, Karpal Singh, A Tanasekharan dan RSN Rayer untuk menang dengan majoriti yang lebih besar di kerusi masing2 di seluruh Pulau Pinang.
Di Kedah,peguam N Surendran(PKR) telah merebut kerusi Parlimen Padang Serai yang mana sebilangan besarnya pengundinya adalah orang India.
MIC juga tewas di Bukit Selambau dan Lunas yang mempunyai pengundi2 India yang ketara.
Di Pahang, Pakatan berjaya merampas kerusi DUN Sabai yang telah menjadi kerusi tradisi MIC. Hanya Presiden MIC, G Palanivel saja yang memenangi kerusi Parlimen Cameron Highlands dengan majoriti 462.
Di Johor, MIC, Dr S Subramaniam mengekalkan kerusi Parlimen Segamat.
Sedar atau tidak bahawa PR membekalkan ahli2 Parlimen dan DUN dari keterunan kaum India yang paling ramai berbanding dengan MIC yang hanya terdiri daripada 4 orang saja di Parlimen.
Dengan itu bolehlah kita membuat kesimpulan bahawa majoriti daripada pengundi India mengundi Pakatan.-t/s
Laporan Al-Jazeera tentang Kelana Jaya Rally
Utusan intensifies race-baiting against Chinese and DAP...
After publishing the controversial headline ‘Apa lagi Cina mahu?’ (What more do the Chinese want?) yesterday, Utusan Malaysia today intensified its race-baiting against the Chinese and DAP over the resulfs of the 13th general election.
Besides publishing Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak’s statement on its front page which claimed that the Chinese have been duped by DAP, the Umno-owned Malay daily published at least three articles lambasting the Chinese community and DAP.
Its assistant chief editor Zaini Hassan, in an article entitled ‘Pasca PRU-13: Ke mana Melayu selepas ini...’ (Post GE13: Where do Malays go after this...) in his column dubbed “Cuit” today, urged Malays to unite against the Chinese.
He described the Chinese as an “intelligent and smart” race but also “kiasu, selfish and greedy”.
“In fact they think they can live without the Malays in the land of Malaysia. Their lives are money, Chinese schools, Chinese language and Chinese culture. For Malaysian Chinese, those are enough. The others are not important.”
He said Malay leaders are too apologetic to the Chinese and the Najib administration has kept trying to accommodate their demands, but the community can never be satisfied.
Zaini pointed out that although the Malays form 67 percent of the total population, they are split into seven groups - Umno, PAS, PKR, DAP, liberal Malays, fence-sitters and those in NGOs.
On the other hand, despite being just 25 percent of the population, the Chinese were united in the general election and formed a “Chinese tsunami” which has frightened the Malays.
Fortunately, he said, the “Chinese tsunami” failed to topple the “Malay system” in this nation due to divine intervention from Allah.
But the blessing of God would not last forever if the Malays are not united, he warned.
Zaini then urged Najib, PAS leaders and other Malay leaders to unite the Malays.
“All this while the Malays have been cheated and continue to be cheated by others. My fellow Malays, do you know that the term 'Ini kali lah' is a slang of Chinese dialect! But it was carried proudly and excitedly by the Malays, the Malay children and the Malay Muslims,” he claimed.
Another article written by a lawyer-cum-activist Khairul Anwar Rahmat entitled ‘Peringatan untuk Melayu’ (Reminder for the Malays) claimed that a small group of DAP supporters spat while the Malays were praying in Kluang, the parliamentary constituency won by DAP.
‘DAP supporters do not respect Malays’
“DAP supporters do not respect the Malays any more. They do not respect Islam any more. If there is still respect, then how is it that they spat while we are praying?”
The author, who campaigned for BN in Kluang, also claimed that DAP supporters showed obscene gesture to the Malays who trespassed into their territory, and some of them even shouted “Malay rubbish” and “Throw out the Malays! Destroy the Malays!”
As their leaders, Khairul said he and other campaigners allowed the Malay youths, who were disappointed by DAP supporters' racist behaviour, to express their dissatisfaction against the Chinese.
“More than 1,000 Malays particularly the young ones started to march through the whole Kluang town on vehicles and motorcycles with BN flags as long as 3km. We reminded DAP supporters that the Malays’ patience also has its limit.”
The march was met with obscene gestures and the shouting of “Malay rubbish” from DAP supporters on roadside, he said.
“In the meeting with the Malays especially the young ones, we reminded them that this is a clear sign that DAP supporters want to topple the Malay government.”
Khairul said DAP supporters want a stronger voice in the Parliament and state assemblies to jeopardise the status of Islam, abolish Malay special rights and eliminate Malay political power.
That is because “they are jealous that the premier is Malay, they are jealous because most ministers are Malay, they are jealous because Malay students are assisted”, he claimed.
Since the Chinese only want representatives who can speak out in the legislative body, Khairul urged the government not to entertain the demands of the Chinese.
“Don’t be afraid to be labelled ultra Malay because they first played up racial emotion. Don't be worried to be considered a Malay champion because they first revolted against our friendship.”
Utusan Malaysia also published a media report written by its journalist and a commentary by former information minister Zainuddin Maidin to defend its controversial headline of ‘Apa lagi Cina mahu?’ yesterday.
The media report argued that it was DAP which first provoked its supporters through social media, campaign materials and leaflets, while Zainuddin stressed that the daily only voiced out the burning feeling of the Malays.- malaysiakini