POLLING DAY in IJOK!
Keadilan kicked off their “operasi tangkap hantu” (ghostbuster operation) immediately after 12 mid-night.
The registration/ plate numbers of several buses, believed to be carrying phantom voters were announced during last night’s ceramah.
Voters were requested to identify these buses whenever possible. They were also asked to report to Keadilan leaders in order for them to take the necessary action.
They were asked to look out for these number plates:
According to Merdekareview.com, Keadilan’s Tian Chua said in a press conference that they had noticed several suspicious buses appearing at Batang Berjuntai and around Coalfield estate.
He said his team had identified close to 1,187 phantom voters. When the names of these people are called out in polling stations, Keadilan will immediatly “catch” them.
Keadilan vice-president, Azmin Ali told Malaysiakini that there may be a change in strategy. Instead of busses, phantom voters may be ferried in cars.
Ijok’s main roads were terribly jammed with outsiders as well as young people returning from Kuala Lumpur.
There were be road blocks to check vehicles after the Guthrie Highway and the entrance to Ijok. Some cars had to queue for half up to one hour in order to go into Ijok.
Last night’s Opposition ceramahs (political talks) were packed with thousands of people, including the Youth.
According to the Opposition, they were quite confidence that Chinese and Indian votes would swing in favour of them. However, not the same confidence could be said about Malay votes.
Several sources confirmed that in the last two days, BN has employed very dirty tactics to impose fear among voters as well as money politics.
I received an sms from blogger Elizabeth Wong, who has been working on the ground over the campaign period, saying that the MCA has been spreading word around that if the Chinese voted the Opposition there would be riots and a repeat of the bloody May 13 (1969).