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:

WNG 5278

WNN 5266

JCK 605

NBB 3773

DAA 1055

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).

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  1. […] susan wrote: 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. […]

  2. monsterball says:

    This is judgement day!
    Is it only in Malaysia we have the oppositions watching out unfair and underhand tactics by the so call noble honest ruling party or same as from other countries?
    Whatever it is…speeches are prepared …I am sure.
    If BN wins…headline news at ST ans Star and PM will say the usual nice things about the voters.
    Then opposition will say…they lost through unfair briberies and phantom votes.
    TDM with his sour face….looses a big huge bet and F…his advisors.
    But if Keadalan wins…only small words telling you who wins will appear at same papers ….Pak Lah will say very little…..like voters have spoken their greivances. We take note and lets go to work to correct ourseleves.
    Keadilan Anwar will have plenty powerful words to say.
    TDM siiting at home won a big bet and giggling away ….congartulating his advisors for good job done….planning next insult for PM.

  3. Philip Lau says:

    JUDGEMENT DAY

    As a foreigner tracking the election I feel sick digusted what is occuring daily. The public should and must obtain INTERNATIONAL FIGURES to observe and see that this bye election is fair. I fear this may be too late. It can still be done in various ways. The Human Rights Groups may be able to assist for a good cause.

    As expected phantom voters ferried from outside will be coming in doves. Instead of the marked buses, of course BN will change their tracts and fetch them by “private cars.” I hope the Opposition Sepporters will take and make use of their Camera mobile phones and pocket tape recorders to collect all the evidence for both the international bodies and the police for investigation. You must expose them to the public

    Although I note the BN time and agin vowed no MONEY POLITICS this is only a cover up. Do not believe what they say one thing and do another. Buying voters there is nothing new. Of course, the simple minded Kampong folks will accept the money and vote for the BN candidate. With money in their pockets they will do likewise when told.

  4. mike says:

    Susan Loone, thanks for the early update.

  5. hasilox says:

    Yesterday night, the police appeared on TV to warn the oppositions against detaining the ghosts. Funny leh. Didn’t they encouraged the public to participate in combating crime all along? Maybe, the ghosts got permit.

  6. toyolbuster says:

    All my friends and relatives in Ijok are not afraid of the May13 threat by the running dogs MCA. People in Ijok are peaceful and friendly but if MCA decides to send in their gangsters from Sibu and if KJ sends in his Mat Rempit kapcai riders, the residents of Ijok will be ready for them.

  7. Philip Lau says:

    ELETION COMMISSION

    Members of the Election Commission (EC) must now produce evidence that there are THIRTY ONE (31) voters at Ilok above 100 years old. As a matter of fact Malaysians do NOT live up to 100. Of course there a few. My own Granny live up to the age of 111 and yet before her death she was able and quick to play the game of “See Seck.”There is even also a child of EIGHT (8) in the Electoral Register. I presume this child will go to the Polling Station today. This indicates the efficiency of members of the Election Commission (EC) The world is layghing at the Government.

    I hope these 31 Centurynians will cast their votes. Please get your Mobile Cameras ready.

    This 31 of SUPER SENIOR CITIZENS above the age of 100 in a small town at Ijok, must be placed with the Guiness Book of Record. All this indicate the efficiency of the Election Commission. Are they doing their work as civil servants?

    The EC must satisfy the public to prove the 1,700 PHANTOM voters by publishing the dates of birth of some of these people if the EC wish to allay the mistrust by members of the public. The EC is now in a fix.

    What happen to the 1,000 voters according to the papers are unable to be accounted? It appears the BN hanky panky business are going too far. It is sad they are so thick-skinned they could not care the less what the public and the world think of them.

    The Dy PM Razak stated the Elecoral Register is not up to date. Whom is he bluffing? He is unable to explain all those discrepancies pointed in the press. If this occured in those progressive countries, no doubt they would be disciplined and lose their jobs.

    Well! Polling closes at 5.30pm this afternoon another FIVE hors for nthe clock to click. Most probably 8.30pm tonight the result will be out. Get ready Mr Opposition for your supporters to place you on their Sedan Chair.

  8. Ijok Malaysian says:

    Waiting with anxiety reports from Bangkok

  9. VT says:

    “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).”

    Archaic party so bankrupt of new ideas.

  10. Antares says:

    Energy-depleting and will-sapping. That’s all politics can ever be. Not just in Malaysia but the world over.
    Conscious evolution is the way to go: upgrade your Operating System in the privacy of your own being…
    expand your mind beyond the petty manipulations of professional tricksters and spindoctors. Read this revelatory essay by Don Harkins! You’ll never be the same again 🙂

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