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Thursday, December 22, 2016

PKR member egged, splashed with paint outside Jamal's house

A PKR member who wanted to deliver water to Sungai Besar Umno division chief Jamal Md Yunos this morning was attacked with eggs, paint and flour outside the red-shirt leader's house in Ampang.
Syarul Ema Rena Abu Samah, better known as Ratu Naga, wanted to send water to Jamal following his complaint about not being able to bathe for days due to the water disruption in Selangor.
She claimed Jamal and some 30 supporters blocked the road when she arrived.
"When I got down from my car, he (Jamal) told me that he has been wanting to see me. When I told him I came to deliver water, he said, 'you are really stupid'.
"Suddenly, one of Jamal's supporters threw water mixed with paint at me and ran off, after which eggs were thrown at me and I struggled with about 30 of Jamal’s supporters," she told a press conference after the incident.
She claimed that Jamal fled the scene when the attack took place.
The PKR member said she would be lodging a police report over the incident.
"I'm still in shock. I didn't think that a woman needs to scuffle with 30 men just because they wanted to reject aid.
"This Umno leader (Jamal) is a coward. I am just one woman and he is already afraid. I wanted to send water for Jamal to bathe, instead he bathed me with (paint) water," she added.

Jamal yesterday turned up at the Selangor government's headquarters in Shah Alam clad in towels, wanting to shower in the menteri besar's office.
Some 3.89 million people in the Klang Valley were affected by the disruptions after a water treatment plant had to shut down because a TNB main entry substation in Bukit Badong, Hulu Selangor required maintenance work.
According to Syarikat Bekalan Air Selangor Sdn Bhd (Syabas), water supply to all areas in Kuala Lumpur, Petaling, Gombak, Kuala Langat, Kuala Selangor, and Hulu Selangor have been restored 100 percent.- Mkini

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