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Monday, November 15, 2010
Saturday, November 13, 2010
Second, "Finding Faults on Govt 24/7" - It is unbelievable that His Majesty Opposition is considered to be unpatriotic. What about govt members who corrupt and spend unnecessary of the rakyat's money, are they more patriotic? Surely not. It takes an idiot to actually agree with Mahaguru.
Thirdly, issues of "improving the infrastructure, creating better living environment, job etc...". Hello!!? Isn't that the powers of the executive at the federal level by creating a more even playing field to compete the best instead of falling way behind our neighbours such as Indonesia, Vietnam and Philippines? And O thought those are the works of the local council. What about the role of Parliamentarian at the federal level as they are to debate policies and law not looking at the 'longkang' or public amenities...
And by the way, before that, I think the opposition members are damn more patriotic for defending the good constitution to see for a better Malaysia. And trust me, we are willing to fight till the end of the last drop of blood to defend this constitution and this country.
Remember the rukunegara
Kepercayaan Kepada Tuhan
Kesetiaan kepada RAJA dan NEGARA
Kesopanan dan kesusilaan.
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
Friday, January 29, 2010
Teluk Intan MP investigated over alleged sedition
KUALA LUMPUR: Teluk Intan Member of Parliament M. Manogaran was Friday called by the police to give a statement over remarks he made, including accusing Umno of being behind the attempted arson on churches, at a function in Teluk Intan, Perak recently.
Manogaran, who was accompanied by his lawyer N. Surendran, arrived at the Setapak police station here at 3pm to give his statement to Hilir Perak Commercial Crime chief ASP Teh Jern Wah. He left about one hour later.
He is alleged to have made the seditious statement when speaking at a ceramah (public address) organised by PKR at Cenderung Balai in Teluk Intan on Jan 22.
He is also alleged to have said that the trial involving Opposition Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was unfair and aimed at preventing him from contesting in the next general election.
The case is being investigated under Section 4(1)(C) of the Sedition Act 1948 following a police report lodged by a policeman in Teluk Intan after Manogaran allegedly made the seditious statements.
Met by reporters, Manogaran denied making the statements and wanted police to show the recording of his speech at the ceramah as proof. -- Bernama