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Zahid to secret societies: Don’t interfere with by-election

May 28, 2014
The home minister warns secret societies not to interfere in the Teluk Intan by-election as he knew of their whereabouts.
zahid hamidiTELUK INTAN: Home Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has given a stern warning to secret societies and criminals not to take advantage of the Teluk Intan Parliamentary by-election.
Ahmad Zahid said he had received information that certain quarters had, among others, tried to profit from the by-election to be held this Saturday.
“Don’t blackmail anyone, don’t interfere in politics. I know their faces, I know their names, I know they stay there and run here.
“I also know that some of them are opening gambling outlets for 31 days this month,” he said when speaking at a meet-the-the-people session here tonight.
Ahmad Zahid, who is also Bagan Datoh Member of Parliament, said the by-election was not a question of political gamble and urged that the voting process be handed over to the voters in the Teluk Intan constituency.
In another development, Ahmad Zahid once again slammed a handful of media representatives for twisting his words relating to contribution from the community comprising various races in the country.
Hence, he reminded the people of Teluk Intan not to be deceived by the opposition’s propaganda, especially during the remaining three days of the campaign period.
The Teluk Intan Parliamentary by-election sees a straight fight between Barisan Nasional candidate Mah Siew Keong and DAP candidate Dyana Sofya Mod Daud.
Come out and vote on polling day.
This is Home Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s advice to members of the Peoples Volunteer Corp (Rela), reminding them he knew those who failed to do so in the 13th General Election.
A total of 2,019 Rela members in the Teluk Intan constituency failed to show up in the last general election which saw DAP candidate Seah Leong Peng win over Barisan Nasional’s Gerakan candidate Datuk Mah Siew Keong.
The seat has fallen vacant after Seah succumbed to cancer on May 1.
“I know who didn’t vote. I’m watching the ballot box,” he told a crowd of over 1,000 personnel at a Rela programme here this evening.
Later at a press conference, Ahmad Zahid said while he did not know who the members would vote for, they could tell from the electoral roll who had turned up on polling day based on the names and MyKad numbers.
Meanwhile, commenting on the “Umno celaka” (damn Umno) controversy, Ahmad Zahid said that Umno Youth’s reactions were “a price that was paid” for using the wrong word.
Penang’s Seri Delima assemblyman RSN Rayer had on Tuesday uttered the words when debating the governor’s speech, which led to an angry mob of Umno members gatecrashing the state legislative assembly hall to demand an apology the very next day.
The DAP politician, however, has refused to apologise over the offensive remark.
Describing Rayer as uncivilised and rude, Ahmad Zahid — who is also Umno vice-president — said it was difficult to respect the former when he did not respect others.
“I want people to be rational. They can differ in opinions but be polite,” he said, adding that he did not think the DAP agreed with what Rayer said.
When asked about DAP’s Teluk Intan by-election candidate Dyana Sofya Mohd Daud’s popularity with the people here, Ahmad Zahid said that popularity and support were two different things.
A sadist who thinks he is God.
A sadist who beats up his own wife.
A sadist who commits incest.
A sadist who is an abuser.
A sadist who is a murderer.
At the end only Malays will worship such God.

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