Over 36,000 Dubious Voters Will Be Flooding Selangor


SHAH ALAM, 29 Apr: Pakatan Rakyat (PR) claims that an aggressive move is being taken to bring dubious voters to Selangor by air on a large scale for the 13th General Election (GE-3) this weekend.

In a press conference, the Selangor PAS Election Director, Jaafar Shamsuddin revealed several flights listed as ‘charter flights’ on Malaysian Airlines (MAS) which will depart from Kota Kinabalu starting from 2 May to 4 May.

PR believes that the plan for this special flight is to bring 36,000 voters whose statuses are dubious as Umno-BN’s lifeline to snatch Selangor and remain in power in Putrajaya.

Those voters include those who were born and are residing outside Selangor but registered as voters in Selangor and voters who are not Malaysian citizens.

“We also believe that there are certain parties who monitor and modify some of those special flights from being detected by us.

“For example, on April 28, we monitored KLIA after receiving information of a special chartered flight, MH 8601, will land at 6am however after waiting till 11.30am, we found there was no landing.

“The internal whistleblower then informed that the flight schedule was postponed to a later date, 1 May,” said Jaafar.

In the meantime, he said that the PR intelligence team will continue to monitor the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and the Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) in Sepang, the Royal Malaysian Air Force in Sungai Besi and the Subang Airport in Subang.

They are also under observation to identify the residence of these airline passengers.

In addition, PR also expressed concern with the operation of bringing home troops from the Peninsula from security operations in Lahad Datu which is now in its fourth day at KLIA.

“This rarely happens, even more so in large numbers and we worry that of this operations is also used to transport non-citizen voters to become voters because this is the smoothest and easiest way,” said Jaafar.

In relation to that, PR has sought cooperation from the Election Commission (EC) to ensure that no additional time is allowed on 5 May.

The EC is also urged to use the electoral roll which was gazetted and to give it to political parties and not to other registers.

“We have already discussed with the EC and they have promised to maintain what has been agreed and we hope that the EC will not go against these promises,” Jaafar stressed.

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