43 Names of Dubious Voters Registered in Kuala Kedah


PETALING JAYA, 27 May: PKR claimed that 43 unknown names have been registered at six houses in an area in the Kuala Kedah Parliament.

The evidence was based on police reports lodged by the real residents of the six houses at Taman Sri Putra Kuala Kedah stating that their address were used by 43 dubious voters.

The existence of the voters was realised by the residents of the houses when they received the voter detail confirmation cards at their homes. The cards listed all voters who were registered at the address.

“I plead to the EC leaders to provide a sensible explanation regarding this incident because specific police reports have been lodged regarding this issue,” said the PKR Strategy Director, Rafizi Ramli.

Rafizi also said that the existence of the dubious voters in the Kuala Kedah Parliament was strengthened by the 10A Form report from the Election Commission itself which was issued to a voter, Lim Tiek Hong.

The form was issued against Tiek Hong as an explanation as to why he was not given a ballot paper.

The EC officers at Sekolah Kebangsaan Peremba polling station found that the index finger of Tiek Hong was not marked with indelible ink.

But the EC records showed that the ballot paper was already issued for the name.

Rafizi explained that the 10A Form which was issued by the EC confirmed that there were phantom voters in the GE-13.

As of now, the #Siasat PRU-13 Team has received three copies of the 10A Form which was given to voters who were not given ballot papers.

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