KLANG, 3 May: A total of 571 dubious voters from Sabah have been identified to be registered under the Klang Parliament area.
According to the incumbent, Charles Santiago, the total is the highest in Selangor followed by 352 voters in the Kota Raja Parliament and 249 voters in Kuala Langat.
“The names was derives from the Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) and the National Registration Department (NRD).
“Most of the names of the voters are descendants of Bugis and Sulu,” he told reporters at a press conference here at the Klang Parliament Operations Room.
Charles added that he will make sure that those on the list will not be allowed to vote.
In relation to that, Charles will deploy polling agents to not allow in those dubious individuals to vote on the polling day.
“We will send a letter to the Election Commission (EC) to ask these people not to vote.
It is understood that the PACA (polling agents and counting agents) may make an objection in cases suspicious cases.
“Prior to this, there have been cases where voters who live overseas were registered without their knowledge. After meeting with the state EC Director, Dzulkifli Ab Rahman, he said objection can be made,” he said.
Yesterday, the BN Secretary-General, Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor confirmed the allegations by Pakatan Rakyat that there are special flights bringing in voters from East Malaysia to the Peninsular.
Bernama reported that Tengku Adnan admits the existence of such flights and stressed that the service was sponsored by “friends of BN”.