Wednesday, 2 September 2009

SIDANG DUN PERAK: PENYOKONG BN YANG BERBAJU KUNING

Saya terlupa lansung bahawa hari ini adalah 2hb September..hari Sidang DUN Perak...kalaulah saya tinggal di Perak, sudah tentu saya tidak akan lepaskan peluang keemasan untuk melihat satu lagi diantara beberapa sejarah yang tercipta di Perak.

Bersyukur dengan kemudahan yang ada di Facebook, online sahaja saya sudah dapat tahu berbagai berita terkini, apa lagi mempunyai teman-teman FB yang sealiran. Saya tidak juga lupa untuk klik di Malaysiakini untuk hari-hari yang 'panas' untuk mengetahui perkembangan terkini...menarik hati saya untuk copy dan paste berita di bawah...

Yang menariknya ialah tentang kehadiran 'pro-BN crowds' yang memakai baju kuning...kebetulan atau terancang...mengapa pula kuning..

Sama dengan isu dan hujah yang dibawa oleh peguambela 13 orang OKT untuk kes 'OPS BUBAR DUN PERAK' yang masih menunggu tarikh sambung bicara di Mahkamah Sesyen Kuala Kangsar. Juga dibangkitkan isu kehadiran orang BN yang berbaju kuning yang membuat huru-hara..namun seperti yang kita tahu mereka tidak ditangkap tetapi orang Pakatan Rakyat yang tidak membuat kacau bilau yang ditangkap, dipenjarakan dan didakwa. Lagi kasihan untuk kes 13 orang ini termasuk suami saya sendiri mereka dikenakan ikat jamin sebanyak RM4000.00..walaupun Timbalan Pendakwaraya hanya meletakkan sebanyak RM1,500.00.

Baca di bawah dan baca kes perbicaraan tentang kewujudan orang berbaju kuning di sini.

Kehadiran polis dan FRU yang ramai yang merusuh juga sama saja membuatkan keadaan tegang dan kacau bilau...saya hairan dan geram...kenapa polis dan FRU mesti GAAANNNAAASSS!!!!!

Pakatan reps arrested, state secretariat blocked
Sep 2, 09 9:07am
The Perak Pakatan Rakyat elected representatives are determined to proceed with their planned state assembly sitting today despite a police order barring anyone from gathering at the state secretariat.

Ousted menteri besar Mohamad Nizar Jamaluddin and some of the Pakatan state reps started arriving to the state secretariat at about 8.45am. Some 150 supporters were present.

The police meanwhile have thrown a heavy security cordon around the state secretariat with Federal Reserve Unit trucks and water cannon blocking the rear entrance of the building. The police have also cordoned off the tree under which the last Pakatan-held state assembly was held in March. About 100 police personnel are on standby.

At 9.45am, all the Pakatan representatives and their speaker V Sivakumar began walking from the Perak DAP office towards the state secretariat. They were accompanied by some 50 supporters.

Three reps arrested

When stopped by police, Perak DAP head Ngeh Koo Ham argued with them about the court order prohibiting the gathering. "The court order says the public cannot be in the vicinity, but is silent on state assemblypersons. It is illegal to stop state assemblypersons fromperforming their duties...

"Furthermore, Section 90 of the Criminal Procedure Code says that such an order must be gazetted." [See notice on court order]

The group then attempted to march on, but was blocked by a row of riot police. Ngeh was arrested at 10.10am.

Also arrested was Stanley Tan, a photographer with Nanyang Siang Pau, who was said to have been kicked in the process.

He had shouted at the police: "You nak kerja, kita pun nak kerja."(We both have duties to perform.)

Also arrested were Malim Nawar state rep Keshvinder Singh and Simpang Pulai assemblyperson Chang Ming Kai. Three other members of the public were also arrested.

By 10.20am, the Pakatan reps and their supporters retreated to the state DAP headquarters which is located just behind the state secretariat.

Here Sivakumar told reporters that the assembly would be convened at the nearby Heritage Hotel based on the doctrine of necessity. Nizar meanwhile slammed the police over their high-handed approach in arresting the three state representatives and the others. "This is the holy month and yet they behave in such manner," said Nizar.

It was also learned that Keshvinder was hurt in the process of being arrested and has been taken to the Ipoh Hospital for treatment.

Pro-BN crowd arrives

Meanwhile a second group of people - pro-royalist/BN crowd wearing yellow shirts - also started arriving at the area at about 10am, shouting slogans in support of the Barisan Nasional state government, Perak sultan and the state assembly's sanctity.



The police quickly moved in to disperse this crowd, which they did, but not before unfurling banners just next to the Pakatan supporters. The banners generally showed support for BN's Menteri Besar Zambry Abd Kadir and his state government. "Dr Zambry and BN government are the people's choice," read one banner. Eye-witnesses reported that the police took a much softer approach in dealing with this crowd.

Seeking to set aside order In another development, Pakatan lawyers applied to the court this morning to set aside the Ipoh Magistrate's Court order yesterday which prohibits any gathering within a 30m radius of the state secretariat.

2 comments:

Jin-anonymous said...

Fikirkan bagaimana cara untuk menyatu padu kan melayu/Islam supaya tidak berbalah dalam politik.

Kuasa politik sangat penting. Hilang kuasa politik, hilang kuasa memerintah negara.

Tabib Haji Norjae said...

Salam perkenalan buat Tuan rumah. Apakhabar ? Semoga kita mendapat lebih barakah di bulan Ramadan ini. :)