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Thursday, December 29, 2011

Perkasa wants police to probe Sodomy II 'gathering'

Malay rights pressure group Perkasa has lodged a police report on the distribution of flyers and media reports inviting people to go to the High Court in Kuala Lumpur on Jan 9, when the Sodomy II verdict is delivered.

NONEIt also lodged another report against National Evangelical Christian Fellowship head Reverend Eu Hong Seng (right), accusing him ofquestioning Article 153 of the federal constitution.

The reports were lodged by Perkasa president Ibrahim Ali and his deputy Abdul Rahman Bakar, respectively, at Dang Wangi police station about 2.30pm today.

Ibrahim in his police report said there was an attempt "by a certain group" to distribute flyers and hold an assembly in the court.

"It is intended to disrupt the proceedings of (PKR de facto leader) Anwar Ibrahim's sodomy trial, which is scheduled (for judgment) on that date.

"It is clear that the proposal to hold the assembly is in contempt of court, disrespectful to the rule of law and the supremacy of the constitution, in addition to causing chaos and disrupt national security," Ibrahim says in the police report.

Therefore, added the Pasir Mas MP, he hoped police would investigate the culprits and exercise their powers for the safety of the people and the country.

NONERahman (right)  in his report said Eu's statement was "seditious" because Article 153 cannot be questioned by an individual and citizen of Malaysia.

"Any person who does so can be charged under the Sedition Act," he said.

Rahman also urged the police to investigate the pastor and to use any law available against him, in addition to the use of the Sedition Act.

Both Perkasa leaders also submitted relevant media reports on the two issues together with their police reports.
‘Why didn’t Koh Tsu Koon correct situation?’

At a press conference after lodging the reports, Rahman expressed disappointment with National Unity Minister Koh Tsu Koon, who was present when the pastor delivered his speech.

“Why didn’t he do anything to correct the situation after what had been said? We are disappointed with Koh Tsu Koon and his group for making inappropriate statements,” he said.

He also questioned the presence of several PKR leaders, including Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim and his wife Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.

Ibrahim charged that Eu was politically motivated, since the 13th general election could be held soon.

“I believe this matter is politically motivated to mislead the people that under Article 153, the government is unfair towards the other races.

“This statement can raise hatred of the government by the other races, who will then reject Umno and BN... this is dishonest and dangerous,” Ibrahim added.

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