30 April 2013

Dakwat kekal yang tak kekal...

Pelik tapi benar.. laporan dari pengundi2 awal hari ini,apabila mereka pulang kerumah.. mencuci kesan dakwat kekal dengan sabun.. kesan hilang!!!! oh fab buku baru!!! 
 
Hanya dengan mengunakan sabun,belum lagi tinner atau petrol dakwat kekal yang diberikan SPR untuk dicalit sebenarnya ink biasa untuk stam cap jari!!!!????


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Video bukti bagaimana dakwat kekal yang dikatakan kekal sehingga 7 hari begitu mudah dicuci hanya selepas 5 minit dicalit pada jari...

Nah.. seorang pengundi awal hari ni telah membuat demo selepas beliau balik dari mengundi. 

Hanya dengan mengunakan sabun.. dakwat tersebut hilang sedikit demi sedikit!!! -f.bk





gambar2 ehsan dari f/bk

Anggota tentera menunjukkan kepada Nurul Izzah Anwar, 
bagaimana cara untuk hilangkan dakwat kekal.

Dakwat jari pengundi awal boleh hilang...

PAS Negeri Sembilan hari ini mendedahkan bahawa dakwat yang dicalit pada jari pengundi awal iaitu anggota tentera boleh  dicuci dan hilang selepas lebih kurang 20 minit mengundi. 

Setiausaha Perhubungan PAS negeri, Mohamad Hassan Tamby yang menghubungi FMT sebentar tadi berkata pihaknya mempunyai bukti  bergambar bahawa dakwat yang dicalit di jari seorang anggota tentera di sebuah kem tentera di Telok Kemang, telah hilang apabila  dicuci, hanya selepas 20 minit anggota tentera itu selesai mengundi.

Dakwat tersebut berwarna ungu/pink (purple with pinkish).

“Pagi tadi calon-calon telah pergi ke tempat mengundi awal di Telok Kemang untuk memantau proses mengundi awal dan ianya berjalan  lancar.

“Lebih kurang pukul 9.30 pagi ada di antara kumpulan pengundi awal (first batch) sudah selesai mengundi dan keluar dari pusat mengundi.

“Secara tak sengaja calon kita telah terjumpa dengan seorang anggota tentera yang baru sahaja bersihkan tangan dengan mencuci tangan di sinki dan didapati dakwat yang dicalit pada jari beliau sebelum mengundi telah hilang.


 “Kita sengaja mengambil foto menampakkan badan dia untuk menampakkan pakaian seragam tentera beliau.

“Di dalam kem tentera itu sahaja calon kita berjaya mengesan dua kes dakwat yang dicalit di jari hilang atau boleh dibasuh.

“Kalau dakwat yang hilang dalam 10 peratus masih tidak mengapa, tetapi daripada kes yang kami lihat, boleh dikatakan 95 peratus dakwat sudah hilang dan seolah-olah seperti tiada lagi kesan dakwat pada jari anggota tentera itu.

“Saya juga mendapat satu panggilan daripada sebuah nombor telefon yang tidak dikenali (private number) yang mana beliau mengaku sebagai anggota tentera, turut mendakwa dakwat di jari beliau sudah separuh hilang lebih kurang tiga jam selepas beliau mengundi.

Invividu tersebut mendakwa beliau mencuci tangannya sebelum makan tengahari,” jelas Mohamad Hassan.

Mohamad Hassan kini mempertikaikan ketelusan dan kredibiliti Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya Malaysia (SPR) dalam isu dakwat yang dicalit di jari mudah hilng apabila dibasuh atau terkena air.

“Ini bermakna Pakatan Rakyat sebelum ini yang bimbang dakwat jari akan hilang selepas tiga hari terbukti benar, kerana bukan tiga hari, tetapi dalam masa beberapa jam sahaja dakwat sudah hilang.

“Sedangkan SPR sebelum ini memberi jaminan dakwat di jari akan bertahan selama seminggu. Malah SPR pada mulanya pernah berkata pengundian awal akan diadakan tiga hari sebelum tarikh mengundi, kini telah mengadakan pengundian awal lima hari sebelum tarikh mengundi.

“Apakah ini perancangan pihak tertentu termasuk SPR untuk menggagalkan kebangkitan rakyat menyokong Pakatan Rakyat?

“SPR harus memberi penjelasan berhubung perkara ini agar rakyat tidak meragui kredibiliti dan ketelusan SPR,” kata  Mohamad Hassan.-fmt

Dakwat kelal hilang, surirumah buat laporan polis

Dakwat boleh dipadam: PAS minta penjelasan SPR


Indelible ink is .... delible...

Barely hours after ‘indelible’ ink was used for the first time in Malaysia, complaints have emerged that the ink is in fact removable.

This is contrary to the Election Commission’s (EC) assurance that traces of the ink would last at least seven days on the finger after being painted on with a brush.

One soldier, who had marked his ballot in advance voting this morning, said he had removed most of the ink with water alone - just six hours later.


NONE“Only 30 percent is left, and I haven’t even used soap yet. The standard is like stamp (ink) pads, which is not very strong.

“On the nails, it is 100 percent gone. It is a little difficult to remove from the seams. On the skin, I think it would be gone with rigorous washing with soap,” said the soldier in a text-message.

He did not wish to be identified.

PKR vice-president Tian Chua said some 20 security personnel had approached him to demonstrate how the ink can be “completely” removed with a hand sanitiser gel.

“This is very disappointing,” he said when contacted, adding that he had lodged a police report at 2pm today.


Tian Chua then went on to call for EC chief Abdul Aziz Mohd Yusof’s resignation.

NONEAnother PKR vice-president, Nurul Izzah Anwar, tweeted that she had made a similar police report in Sentul after a military personnel showed how the ink could be removed with Dettol (a disinfectant brand) or hand sanitisers.

Asked by a Twitter follower how she knew that the claim was authentic, she replied, “Because the ink was slowly removed in front of us and the press.”

Photographs of index fingers stained with ink, matching the colour used in the advance voting today, have also been circulated on Facebook.


These show the ink in various stages of being removed. The captions state that thinner that is used to remove paint stains is an effective ‘indelible’ ink remover, while others claimed that soap works just as well.

In some images posted on the Internet, ink stains could still be seen on the edges of the fingernail after attempts to clean it off. 

EC chief: Let the police investigate 

Malaysiakini received a call from a person claiming to be a police personnel, who said the ink could be removed with thinner, but this could not be independently verified.

NONEWhen contacted for comment, Abdul Aziz (left) said via text-message: 'If that is the case, let the police investigate whether this is true, since they have already lodged police reports.' 

"According to testing by the EC, it cannot be removed (with soap, thinner or hand sanitiser) and can still be detected," he added in another message.

The use of the ink is among the demands made by Bersih, the coalition for clean and fair elections.


This was subsequently taken up by the parliamentary select committee on electoral reform as a move to deter ‘phantom voters’ from voting several times under a false identity.

Meanwhile, independent election observer Pemantau told a press conference today that their observers have reported three cases of voters being able to remove the ink.

One case has been reported in Sibu, one in Kelantan, and the other in the Batu parliamentary seat in Kuala Lumpur.

Pemantau urged the EC to explain the situation as soon as possible and even replace the ink if necessary ahead of polling day on May 5.


Bersih steering committee member Maria Chin AbdullahPemantau's steering committee member Maria Chin Abdullah (right) said that the latest development "tantamounts to cheating" as the ink was supposed to prevent double voting.

She said that the EC should hold a public demonstration on the indelible ink as well to explain the usage of indelible ink before polling day.

Maria said that a police report has been lodged in Batu over the ink and the matter has been communicated to the EC by incumbent Batu MP Tian Chua.

"But the EC chairperson wants us to write an official letter. There's no time for this kind of bureaucracy," she said.- malaysiakini


Amid protests, EC insists indelible ink won’t come off



Jadual Jelajah saya hari ini Ke NEGERI SEMBILAN

30 April 2013 (Selasa)

1) 3.00 ptg – Sepetang Bersama Anwar Ibrahim
Lokasi: Pekan Tanjong Ipoh, Seri Menanti

2) 4.30 ptg – Sepetang Bersama Anwar Ibrahim
Lokasi: Bilik Gerakan PR Simpang Pertang

3) 6.00 ptg – Sepetang Bersama Anwar Ibrahim
Lokasi: Dataran Niaga, Palong 8, Gemas

4) 7.15 mlm – Solat Maghrib - Masjid Nurul Huda Jelai 3

5) 8.00 mlm - Jamuan Bersama Rakyat
Lokasi: Bilik Gerakan PR Felda Jelai 3, Gemas

6) 9.30 mlm– Ceramah Perdana Pakatan Harapan Rakyat
Lokasi: Bilik Gerakan PR Rembau, Pekan Chembong,
Rembau (Livestream @ www.anwaribrahim.com)

7) 11.00 mlm – Ceramah Perdana Pakatan Harapan Rakyat
Lokasi: Betaria Business Centre, Jln Dato’ Siamang,
Gagap, Seremban




Nurul Izzah di mana hari ini...
 

Selasa 30/4/13

8.00pm:
Ceramah di Stadium Hoki, Jln Selangor

(http://goo.gl/maps/0Crn0)

9.30 mlm
Ceramah di BGDM Lengkok Abdullah

http://goo.gl/maps/r3CZu

10.00 mlm
Ceramah di Lucky Garden, Bangsar

http://goo.gl/maps/vHkAL

11.00 mlm
Ceramah di 8A Taman Sri Sentosa

http://goo.gl/maps/lF8bn

Jemput datang semua!






cheers.

Anwar - Saya doa Dr.Mahathir terus sihat untuk lihat....


(Anwar ketika bercakap dengan penduduk Permatang Pauh sebelum ini)

Anwar Ibrahim menegaskan, beliau tidak pernah meminta mantan Perdana Menteri Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad mati cepat sebagaimana yang tuduh olehnya semalam.

Sebaliknya, memohon usia Dr Mahathir terus sihat untuk melihat kejatuhan segala yang pernah dibuat di zaman kegemilanganya.

"Saya masih ingat lagi apa yang didoakan oleh Almarhum Presiden PAS, Ustaz Fadhil Mohd Noor agar Tun Mahathir sihat  supaya dia dapat melihat sendiri kejatuhan yang pernah diimpikanya,"  ujar beliau.

Apa yang diucapkan ialah Dr Mahathir jangan hanya fikirkan kubur orang lain saja sebaliknya fikirkan kubur sendiri memandangkan usianya kini kian lanjut.

Beliau keliru, macamana Dr Mahathir boleh tertipu dengan kenyataan dari media yang mengatakan Anwar sanggup mendoakan kematian Perdana Menteri yang ke  empat itu.

"Ini semuanya mainan media seperti TV3. RTM dan akhbar pro Barisan Nasional (BN) yang sanggup bertindak menabur fitnah dan keburukan orang lain yang tidak sebulu dengan kepimpinan Kerajaan BN.

"Tak apa biarlah mereka tabur fitnah kerana lepas ini mereka tidak boleh buat lagi kerana kita sudah membentuk kerajaan baru Pakatan Rakyat.  Jika masih ada yang degil tak ikut cakap pasti dibicarakan, " katanya.

Beliau yang juga mantan Timbalan Perdana Menteri menegaskan,  tidak pernah takut dengan individu bernama Mahathir Mohamad seperti mana Perdana Menteri sekarang,  Datuk Seri Najib Razak yang terlalu akur dengan kehendak Dr Mahathir walaupun apa yang diputuskan dalam mesyuarat berlainan.

Menjadi orang takut sambungnya,  menyebabkan rakyat tertekan ekoran semua keputusan dibuat berdasarkan kepada kepala otak mereka sahaja.

Berceramah sama dalam program anjuran PKR Cabang Permatang Pauh itu ialah calon PKR  Seberang Jaya,  Dr Afif, calon Penanti, Dr Norlela Arifin, calon PAS Permatang Pasir,  Datuk Saleh Man dan Ketua Dewan Muslimat PAS Negeri,  Ustazah Rahmah Mat Isa.

Sementara itu ceramah perdana 'Pakatan Harapan Rakyat' yang diakadan di Tapak Pasar Malam Ampang Jajar, Permatang Pauh yang menampilkan Anwar Ibrahim telah menyaksikan lebih dari 10,000 orang hadirin.-harakahdaily

Pandangan di Ampang Jajar,Permatang Pauh...










Photo: Himpunan Rakyat di pulau pinang malam tadi....

Anwar faces last, best shot in Malaysia vote...

Cast into the political wilderness 15 years ago by Malaysia's regime, Anwar Ibrahim faces his best and possibly last shot at vengeance in climactic elections on Sunday.
 
The former heir-apparent to the ruling United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) is today its most feared enemy, having galvanised a diverse opposition that now dreams of unseating one of the world's longest-serving governments.

 "I can be crazy in some ways, partly because I have gone through a lot," Anwar, 65, told AFP in an interview.

"But I just want to prove that you can run the country with good governance, eliminate corruption... and make Malaysia a mature democracy."

UMNO has towered over the moderate Muslim country through a coalition government since independence from Britain in 1957, but faces rising pressure over corruption and authoritarian tactics.

Much of the credit for the changing landscape goes to the mercurial Anwar, whose charisma, oratorical skills and appeal across multi-ethnic Malaysia's racial lines breathed life into a once-hapless opposition.

His three-party Pakatan Rakyat (People's Pact) faces a formidable, dug-in foe, yet many analysts say the result is too close to call.

An opposition victory would cap a remarkable journey for Anwar, whose chameleon career has transformed Malaysian politics.

He was an Islamic student leader whose natural political skills caught the eye of authoritarian former premier Mahathir Mohamad, who dominated Malaysia for 22 years and fast-tracked Anwar to the top.

Morphing into a reformist who was lionised in the West, Anwar looked set to succeed Mahathir.

But a 1998 power struggle between them, in which Anwar criticised cronyism and graft, saw him unceremoniously sacked and later jailed on sodomy and corruption charges widely seen as politically motivated.



His appearance in court with a black eye triggered global opprobrium and unprecedented anti-government protests in Malaysia, deeply polarising its politics.

"The groundswell in Malaysian society today is a direct result. Many people became disillusioned," said Ooi Kee Beng of the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore.

Anwar says he was kept in solitary confinement, singing 1960s pop tunes to stay sane and reading the Koran, the Bible, Shakespeare -- anything he could get.

Released in 2004 when the sodomy charge was overturned, he later led the opposition to its best showing ever in 2008 polls, taking more than a third of parliament.

His personal travails continued, however -- he was acquitted last year of new sodomy charges after a lengthy legal battle he condemned as another UMNO bid to wreck his comeback.


Now in the clear, Anwar predicts victory and sweeping change for Malaysia.

He has pledged to root out rampant graft, free government-controlled traditional media and reform policies that give advantages to Malays but are criticised as a drag on the economy and a source of racial resentment.



 

 A former finance minister, he advocates populist social and economic policies savaged by UMNO as fiscally irresponsible.

He insists, however, that attacking corruption and curbing illicit money outflows from Malaysia -- which total billions of dollars a year, according to watchdog groups -- will fund its agenda.
 

"Just by being transparent, we can achieve our goals," he said.

But Anwar also vows to step aside as leader if the opposition fails to take power.

Pakatan includes Anwar's diverse party, a secular one led by ethnic Chinese, and a conservative Islamic party representing the largest demographic, Muslim Malays. The latter's support for Islamic law has caused frictions.

Anwar's departure would leave the alliance with no central unifying figure, but he says "there is no indispensable person".

"People have to accept that I have given all that I have. I have given a lot of my personal life and suffered immensely."-AFP



Jadual Jelajah saya hari ini Ke NEGERI SEMBILAN

30 April 2013 (Selasa)

1) 3.00 ptg – Sepetang Bersama Anwar Ibrahim
Lokasi: Pekan Tanjong Ipoh, Seri Menanti

2) 4.30 ptg – Sepetang Bersama Anwar Ibrahim
Lokasi: Bilik Gerakan PR Simpang Pertang

3) 6.00 ptg – Sepetang Bersama Anwar Ibrahim
Lokasi: Dataran Niaga, Palong 8, Gemas

4) 7.15 mlm – Solat Maghrib - Masjid Nurul Huda Jelai 3

5) 8.00 mlm - Jamuan Bersama Rakyat
Lokasi: Bilik Gerakan PR Felda Jelai 3, Gemas

6) 9.30 mlm– Ceramah Perdana Pakatan Harapan Rakyat
Lokasi: Bilik Gerakan PR Rembau, Pekan Chembong,
Rembau (Livestream @ www.anwaribrahim.com)

7) 11.00 mlm – Ceramah Perdana Pakatan Harapan Rakyat
Lokasi: Betaria Business Centre, Jln Dato’ Siamang,
Gagap, Seremban




Nurul Izzah di mana hari ini...
 Selasa 30/4/13

8.00pm:
Ceramah di Stadium Hoki, Jln Selangor

(http://goo.gl/maps/0Crn0)

9.30 mlm
Ceramah di BGDM Lengkok Abdullah

http://goo.gl/maps/r3CZu

10.00 mlm
Ceramah di Lucky Garden, Bangsar

http://goo.gl/maps/vHkAL

11.00 mlm
Ceramah di 8A Taman Sri Sentosa

http://goo.gl/maps/lF8bn

Jemput datang semua!







cheers.

Lebih daripada 50,000 penyokong PR sambut Anwar di Kolej Han Chiang, Pulau Pinang...


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Lima hari lagi untuk mengundi, Pakatan Rakyat kembali ke Kolej Han Chiang untuk mendapatkan sokongan baru daripada ribuan rakyat Pulau Pinang agar diberi mandat baru untuk satu penggal lagi kepada kerajaan PR Pulau Pinang selepas 5 Mei ini.

Sokongan yang menggalakkan daripada orang ramai, yang meningkat kepada lebih daripada 50,000 kira2 jassm 9.00pm ketika Anwar Ibrahim tiba, adalah satu petunjuk yang baik bahawa sokongan untuk Pakatan dari bukan Melayu masih kuat.


Jalanraya penuh sesak dengan kenderaan dan semua jalan ke arah Kolej Han Chiang dipenuhi kenderaan mengakibatkan 'traffic jam' berkilometer panjangnya. Tambah pula dengan masalah 'parking' di bahu2 jalan menyebabkan suasana menjadi kelam kabut.
 

Anwar telah di sambut dengan tepukan dan jeritan daripada ribuan orang yang hadir ketika beliau memberi ucapan.

"Jika kita lihat di sekeliling kita di Pulau Pinang, ia seolah-olah bahawa bendera 1Malaysia telah memenangi pilihan raya, tetapi pada 5 Mei, kita akan mengumumkan kemenangan kita," katanya disambut dengan tepukan dan jeritan yang membanggakan.

Beliau kemudiannya berulang janji Pakatan untuk mengurangkan harga petrol, menyediakan pendidikan tinggi percuma dan menghapuskan bayaran tol sekiranya Pakatan menguasai  Putrajaya.


Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim (centre) being mobbed by supporters as he arrives at the Pakatan Rakyat grand ceramah in Han Chiang high school field, Penang April 29, 2013. – Picture by K.E. Ooi

Anwar kemundian bergegas untuk menghadiri ceramah di Permatang Pauh, Setiausaha Agung DAP Lim Guan Eng pula berucap kira-kira 11.15pm dan disambut dengan tepukan dan jeritan kuat oleh orang ramai dalam suasana hujan lebat.

Katanya,"Kita tidak boleh memberi anda apa-apa percuma,tidak ada makanan atau minuman kecuali hujan percuma. Rakyat Pulau Pinang benar-benar berani untuk berkumpul di sini walaupun hujan, tidak takut ribut". "Ini Kalilah" laung Guan Eng dan orang ramai menjawab 'Ubah' dengan nada yang kuat.

"Kita mesti berani untuk berubah. Bukanlah mudah bagi kita memenangi Pulau Pinang. "Adakah anda akan memberi sokongan itu?" dan penonton menangis 'Ya!'.

Penasihat kanan DAP Lim Kit Siang tiba pada pukul 11.30 malam dengan tepuk sorakan lebih kuat daripada penyokong2 PR, yang kini sudah basah kuyup dalam hujan dan berdiri di atas tanah berlumpur.

Dalam ucapannya, Lim Kit Siang memaklumkan penyokong-penyokong Pakatan bahawa Pakatan hanya mahu Anwar sebagai Perdana Menteri.

"Jika kita mahu Anwar menjadi PM, kita memerlukan tsunami politik dari utara ke selatan, timur ke barat, untuk mengatasi BN," kata Lim.

Guan Eng menyeru rakyat Pulau Pinang untuk membantu bapanya,Lim  untuk memenangi Gelang Patah dengan memberikan undi mereka kepada Pakatan Rakyat di Pulau Pinang.

"Suruh kawan anda di Johor untuk tidak membuat sebarang kesilapan lagi dengan mengundi Kit Siang. Jika dia kalah, kita tidak mahu menjadi rakan anda lagi," katanya sambil bergurau, dan ketawa dengan kuat.

Tempat ini adalah tapak bersejarah bagi Pakatan di mana rakyat Pulau Pinang telah berhimpun secara besar-besaran sehari sebelum pilihan raya Mac 2008, sebagai permulaan untuk menewaskan kerajaan BN di Pulau Pinang pada masa itu.

Mereka melaungkan "Ubah" dan "Tolak Barisan" dengan penuh bersemangat.Dengan tiupan vuvuzelas yang begitu kuat telah meneggelamkan banyak ucapan2 ahli-ahli politik.


Pegawai parti mengumumkan bahawa sejumlah RM236,000 telah dikutip daripada derma kilat yang dilakukan.

Orang ramai yang hadir telah membuat keputusan mereka.


 Overwhelming response to mega 'Ubah' ceramah...
With five days more to polling day, Pakatan Rakyat returned to the Han Chiang College field to seek fresh support from thousands of Penangites to the state government for another term after May 5.

The overwhelming support from the crowd, which swelled to about 50,000 by 9pm when PKR supremo Anwar Ibrahim arrived, was a good indication that support for Pakatan from the non-Malays remains strong.

NONETo express further their support for Pakatan, Anwar, often touted as the seventh prime minister, was greeted with screams and cheers as he took to the stage to speak.

"If we look all around us in Penang, it seems that the 1Malaysia flags have won the elections, but on May 5, we will announce our victory," he said to loud and resounding applause.

He then repeated the Pakatan promises to reduce petrol price, provide free higher education and remove toll charges once the coalition assumes power in Putrajaya.

After Anwar left to attend a ceramah in Permatang Pauh, DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng arrived, about 11.15pm and was greeted by the pouring rain and frenzied screams from the crowd.

'No free food... only free rain'

"We can't give you anything free, no free food or drinks but only free rain. Penangites are really brave to stay on despite the rain, not afraid of storms. Ini kalilah (this time)," Guan Eng said and the crowd replied 'ubah' (change) loudly.

"We must be brave to change. It is not easy as we need to win Penang. Will you give us the support?" He asked and the audience cried 'yes!'.

NONEDAP senior adviser Lim Kit Siang arrived at 11.30pm to even louder cheers from the people, who were now soaked in the rain and standing on muddy ground.


In his speech, the senior Lim told the supporters that Pakatan only wanted Anwar as prime minister.

"If we want Anwar to be PM, we need a political tsunami from north to south, east to west, to overcome the BN," Lim said, shielded by an umbrella under the pouring rain.

Guan Eng urged Penangites to help Lim, his father, to win in Gelang Patah by giving their votes to Pakatan in Penang.

"Ask your friends in Johor not to make any mistake again by voting for Kit Siang. If he loses, we don't want to be your friend anymore," he jested, and laughed aloud.

The venue is a historical site for Pakatan as a similar massive crowd had gathered there a day before the March 2008 election, a prelude to the coalition ousting the BN state government in Penang.

In that election, DAP swept all the 19 seats it contested, PKR nine and PAS won one. The remaining seats were won by Umno while its BN allies - Gerakan, MCA and MIC – lost all seats they contested.

The college field, which can fit about 60,000 people to the brim, is also significant because the BN has tried to compete with the crowd size with a concert by Korean superstar Psy on Feb 11, which attracted about 40,000 people.

Prime Minister Najib Razak and his entourage of wife and children and ministers also attended the event.

However, Najib and the BN leaders were disappointed when a section of the crowd replied 'No' three times when the premier asked if they were ready for the BN to take over.

NONEOn nomination day, April 20, the 1Malaysia Penang Welfare Club, which openly supports Najib and has flooded Penang with its blue flags, held a concert with many local and foreign superstars attending.

Although the organiser said that 101,002 tickets were sold, the crowd that attended the glamorous event was far less than that number.

Tonight’s DAP event was also necessary to fight a psychological warfare with BN, which through the 1Malaysia Penang Welfare Club has been wooing voters with free dinners, drinks and attractive lucky draws.

During the ceramah, many of the party leaders urged the crowd to enjoy the free meals and gifts but to cast their votes for Pakatan.


Supporters make donations as well 

The DAP has been feeling a little shaky with the various gimmicks of the 1Malaysia Club, describing it as money politics out to draw votes from its supporters.

Earlier, as early as 7pm, all roads leading to the Han Chiang College were jam packed with cars parked up to 1km away.

Pakatan leaders, including DAP chairperson Karpal Singh, took turns to address the crowd while waiting for Guan Eng and Kit Siang, to arrive on the scene.

By the time Karpal spoke, the rain had poured mercilessly, but the crowd with their raincoats and umbrellas did not budge.

Most of the speakers made the called for Guan Eng to be retained as chief minister, to which the crowd responded loudly and positively.

Throughout the event, screams and shouts of 'Ubah! Ini Kalilah!' were heard from many in the crowd, a number of whom also made donations to the DAP election campaign.


As the event came to an end, party officials announced to the crowd that a total of RM236,000 had been received.-malaysiakini





Pakatan supporters waving DAP flags at Pakatan Rakyat’s grand ceramah in the Han Chiang school field, April 29, 2013. – Picture by K.E. Ooi








The crowd using umbrellas when it started to rain during the Pakatan Rakyat grand ceramah in Han Chiang school field, Penang, April 29, 2013. – Picture by K.E. Ooi





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Ceramah Anwar di Ampang Jajar



 Anwar: Saya tidak kata Dr Mahathir lebih baik mati...

Anwar Ibrahim menafikan telah mengatakan bekas Perdana Menteri (PM) Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad “lebih baik mati” dalam ucapannya di Segamat pada Rabu lalu, seperti dilaporkan akhbar New Straits Times.

Malam tadi, dihadapan kira-kira 7,000 penyokong di pasar malam Paya Jaras, di dalam Parlimen Subang, Anwar berkata kenyataannya itu adalah respon terhadap komen Dr Mahathir awal bulan ini yang ingin menamatkan kerjaya politik pemimpin veteran DAP, Lim Kit Siang.

“Apa yang saya katakan ialah: Mahathir berkata beliau mahu mengkebumikan Kit Siang di Johor. Kubur Kit Siang akan berada di Johor. Tanah perkuburan Anwar akan berada di Permatang Pauh – tanam dia di Permatang Pauh,” kata Anwar, mengulangi komen Dr Mahathir.

“Saya berkata, Mahathir sudah berusia 87 tahun dan dia masih berfikir untuk menanam orang lain – lebih baik fikir tentang kubur sendiri! Itu yang saya katakan. Adakah itu salah? Saya tidak meminta dia mati,” katanya yang disambut dengan tepukan.

Anwar telah diterbangkan dari Sabah, dan telah diberikan sambutan wira oleh orang ramai yang berbilang kaum dengan sorakan “Reformasi” dan “Ini Kalilah! Ubah! “.


Kebanyakkan orang ramai yang keluar untuk menyambut Anwar terdiri majoriti masyarakat Melayu, ia gambaran 70,000 penduduk Paya Jaras yang terdiri daripada 60 peratus Melayu, 30 peratus Cina dan 10 peratus India.

Anwar kemudiaan menghentam musuh politik beliau, Datuk Seri Najib Razak, kerana tidak berani untuk melawan Dr Mahathir.

“Saya ingin memberitahu Mahathir bahawa saya bukan Najib. Mahathir mengutuk Cina dan India. Apabila Ambiga menganjurkan Bersih, dia mengancam untuk melucutkan kewarganegaraannya.
 

“Saya mahu beritahu Mahathir, ini adalah negara rakyat, bukan negara bapa anda… dan jika mahu memimpin kamu perlu mempertahankan setiap rakyat yang berada dalam negara ini.”

Anwar kemudiaan menjelaskan tentang perpaduan kaum, beliau berkata: “Saya seorang Melayu, saya seorang Melayu berbangga… tetapi untuk menjadi seorang Melayu berbangga… Saya tidak perlu menghina orang lain. Saya tidak perlu mengancam membakar Kitab orang lain.

“Umno sentiasa berkata 1 Malaysia tetapi mereka yang mengancam membakar Injil kini disokong oleh Umno di Kelantan. Orang-orang yang menghina agama Hindu telah menjadi calon Umno di Shah Alam,” katanya merujuk kepada pemimpin-pemimpin Perkasa, Datuk Ibrahim Ali dan Datuk Zulkifli Noordin.



Anwar menggesa orang ramai turun mengundi pada pilihan raya umum akan datang 5 Mei depan, serta menambah setiap undi kepada Pakatan Rakyat (PR) adalah undi untuk pembelaan maruah manusia, tanpa mengira kaum.

Jeffrey Tan, 55, seorang ahli perniagaan, berkata beliau sudah lama menjadi penyokong PR dan akan terus berbuat demikian.

“Anwar bercakap itu betul. Kita perlu perubahan. Kerajaan kita sudahh terlalu rosak, ia sangat jelas. Dan mereka fikir kita tidak ada otak – mereka memberitahu kita apa yang difikirkan dan apa yang perlu dilakukan. Tetapi kita boleh berfikir untuk diri kita sendiri,” katanya kepada The Malaysian Insider.

Seorang penjawat Melayu 48 tahun awam, yang enggan namanya disiarkan, berkata: “Saya menyokong Anwar kerana dia adalah satu-satunya yang boleh menyatukan semua kaum bersama-sama. Beliau mempunyai bakat itu. Semua orang boleh menerimanya.”

Turut hadir pada ceramah adalah penyandang ahli parlimen Subang R. Sivarasa, calon DUN Paya Jaras Khairuddin Othman, calon DUN Bukit Lanjan Elizabeth Wong dan calon DUN Kota Damansara Dr Mohd Nasir Hashim.

Kerusi Parlimen Subang menyaksikan pertarungan lima penjuru antara Sivarasa dengan calon Barisan Nasional (BN) A. Pakas Rao, calon Berjasa Mohamad Ismail dan dua calon bebas – Nazaruddin Mohamed Ferdoos dan Datuk Edros Abdullah.

Paya Jaras kerusi DUN akan menyaksikan pertarungan satu lawan satu antara PAS Khairuddin Othman dan calon Umno, Datuk Mohamad Bushro Mat Johor.- malaysian insider



Jelajah Pakatan Harapan Rakyat Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim Ke NEGERI SEMBILAN

30 April 2013 (Selasa)

1) 3.00 ptg – Sepetang Bersama Anwar Ibrahim
Lokasi: Pekan Tanjong Ipoh, Seri Menanti

2) 4.30 ptg – Sepetang Bersama Anwar Ibrahim
Lokasi: Bilik Gerakan PR Simpang Pertang

3) 6.00 ptg – Sepetang Bersama Anwar Ibrahim
Lokasi: Dataran Niaga, Palong 8, Gemas

4) 7.15 mlm – Solat Maghrib - Masjid Nurul Huda Jelai 3

5) 8.00 mlm - Jamuan Bersama Rakyat
Lokasi: Bilik Gerakan PR Felda Jelai 3, Gemas

6) 9.30 mlm– Ceramah Perdana Pakatan Harapan Rakyat
Lokasi: Bilik Gerakan PR Rembau, Pekan Chembong,
Rembau

7) 11.00 mlm – Ceramah Perdana Pakatan Harapan Rakyat
Lokasi: Betaria Business Centre, Jln Dato’ Siamang,
Gagap, Seremban






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