The PKR incumbent MP for Subang, R Sivarasa, has urged BN to furnish proof that they are flying in legitimate voters in order help facilitate voting process and not illegitimate voters as claimed by PKR previously.

tengku adnan tengku mansor in putrajaya campaign ge13BN secretary-general Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor (right) has been reported as saying that the voters were legitimate and that chartered planes flying them were paid for by "friends of BN".

"If so, then show us the details that these are legitimate voters. Who are these people who are coming to Kuala Lumpur in numbers to vote, and all are from East Malaysia?" Sivarasa asked during a press conference today.

He also said that PKR are obtaining more information of the alleged exercise of flying in dubious voters from Sabah and Sarawak, and that they will furnish even more proof and documents tomorrow.

PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim had yesterday claimed to possess relevant documents which prove that dubious voters are being flown to KL everyday via 16 chartered flights.

NONEAnwar (left) added that the total number of such voters who would have flown in to the capital by polling day would reach 40,500.

However, Sivarasa said that the opposition has yet to decide on how it would react if it felt it had lost the elections because of the alleged dubious voters exercise.

"We'll take it one step at a time. We just want to highlight this issue to the Malaysian public first," he said after urging Malaysians to come out and vote in large numbers to dilute any effect these dubious voters may have on the elections.

He reiterated that the "full weight of law" will fall upon any civil servants found to be involved in this exercise should Pakatan attain federal power.