Friday, January 25, 2013

More phantom voters get Najib's New Year letter

More controversies surrounding Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak's new year letter have surfaced, after the opposition received another such complaint of a dispatch from an unknown person to an address already deluged by them.

DAP Subang Jaya state assemblyperson Hannah Yeoh (left in photobelow) who is also looking after the Bukit Gasing constituency, said the latest complaint was from a house in that area.

NONE"The house owner had received twenty-eight letters from the BN, but he doesn't know any of these people," she told a press conference with Kampung Tunku State assemblyperson Lau Weng San and Kasthuri Patto, political secretary to DAP veteran Lim Kit Siang.

To make thing worse, Yeoh said a search on the electoral roll shows that there are thirty-seven names of unknown persons registered at the same address.

"We want to ask Najib and (Selangor BN coordinator) Mohd Zin Mohamed whether these are their phantom voters?" asked the first-term assemblyperson.

By revealing such 'phantom voters' itself, Yeoh said BN is like scoring its an own goal.

"I wouldn't say they are not smart, but maybe there are too many phantom voters until they also don't know."

On Wednesday, PKR's Rawang state assemblyperson Gan Pei Nei had revealed that a resident in Rawang received a letter addressed to an unknown Indian woman.

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~ Malaysiakini

1 comment:

Winston said...

The scums in UMNO/BN are very busy digging their own graves!
Good for them!!