From Jamal Yunos and UMNO Red Shirts with enmity: More trouble for Bersih 5 Convoy on Day 3…

9 October 2016

Three arrested over Bersih biker assault

Police have detained three red shirts supporters for allegedly attacking a Bersih supporter in Sabak Bernam yesterday.

Selangor police chief Abu Samah Mat said the three suspects were detained after the Bersih supporter lodged a police report.

“Although we have arrested three men, we are still in the midst of viewing the video to ascertain those behind the assault

The trio were detained under Section 147 of the Penal Code for rioting. If convicted, they face up to two years jail, or a fine, or both.

“We will initiate the necessary action on whoever incites violence.

Red shirts Jamal laments cops gave Bersih ‘special treatment’

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Sungai Besar Umno division chief Jamal Md Yunos has lamented the police treated Bersih participants at their nationwide convoy yesterday far better than they treated the opposing red shirts.

“I believe yesterday’s events saw the police giving special treatment that is extraordinary to Bersih 5.

“On the other hand, the treatment given to the red shirts movement, I would liken to that of anjing kurap (sick dogs),” the grassroots Umno leader said in a statement today.

2h2 hours ago

Polis layan kami macam anjing kurap, kata Jamal

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PETALING JAYA: Datuk Jamal Md Yunos mendakwa polis berat sebelah dengan memberi layanan istimewa kepada konvoi Bersih 5, manakala Gerakan Baju Merah pula disekat di setiap lokasi.

“Kumpulan Bersih 5 bukan sahaja dijaga rapi, malah pihak polis turut mengiringi di setiap konvoi Bersih 5 mengalahkan escort perdana menteri.

“Sebaliknya, layanan yang diberikan kepada Gerakan Merah V2 saya sifatkan seperti anjing kurap.

Pihak polis menyekat di setiap lokasi kami,” katanya dalam satu kenyataan hari ini.

Bersih slams thuggery, says Jamal’s crossed the line

Electoral reform coalition Bersih has blasted Sungai Besar Umno division chief Jamal Md Yunos for the red shirts protestors attack on a yellow-clad participant yesterday in Sabak Bernam.

“They could have killed him. Jamal Yunos has crossed the line and such actions tantamount to thuggery and it is criminal and violence of the worst degree,” said Bersih in a statement this morning.

The group condemned the incidents of violence seen in yesterday’s confrontations between Bersih participants on their nationwide convoy, and the pro-government red shirts led by Jamal.

“In particular, a Bersih supporter was physically beaten up by these group of thugs.

“The gangsters egged him, pulled him off his bike, kicked and punched him with such force that it injured him badly,” said the coalition.

8 October 2016

2h2 hours ago

Jamal: Next time I will vault my car on top of theirs

Red shirts leader Jamal Md Yunos has said that there will be a more aggressive response to the next Bersih convoy.

Asked about the blockade he set up at the Teluk Intan-Bidor road earlier today, Jamal said it was a coincidence as the reds and Bersih crossed paths.

“If I was driving I don’t know what would have happened. Good thing my friend was driving,” he said.

The Bersih convoy from Teluk Intan to Sabak Bernam was waylaid by the red shirts earlier today.

However the situation was quickly contained by the police, who stopped all the red shirts’ vehicles to let Bersih and other motorists pass.

Asked on what he’ll do next time, Jamal, who is also Sungai Besar Umno chief, said: “Next time I’ll vault my car on top of theirs.”

He added that the red shirts would be on stand-by to “chase away” Bersih.

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Jamal parks his car in the middle of the road, blocks traffic

Red shirts surrounded me as I was leaving Teluk Intan after launch of Bersih 5 convoy 1 hit my carSponsored by Umno?Let us fight lawlessness

Baju Merah UMNO in newly painted red cars cutting into our paths while Bersih convoy was moving.

Great job done by in maintaining peace where Umno Red Shirts forced us to stop. Tahniah dan Terima kasih diucapkan kepada

Umno Red Shirts kept shouting at us to leave. But we were leaving and they are the ones who stopped us!🙄

1h1 hour ago

Major konfrontasi menghala ke Hutan Melintang. Jamal menjerit “Ambiga ko keluar dari sini.” – “Relax.”

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UMNO red shirts try to ram into on the way to Hutan Melintang. Lepas itu mula menyalak

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malaysiakini.com Retweeted Zikri Kamarulzaman

Our reporter reports from Teluk Intan as convoys continues this weekend.

malaysiakini.com added,

Red shirts block the road as Bersih heads towards Ayer Hitam, Perak. Police are on hand to deal with the situation

A minor commotion breaks out as the red shirts try to stop Bersih’s convoy in Teluk Intan

Nationwide Bersih convoys depart amid threats

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Electoral reform group Bersih’s nationwide convoy enters its third day this morning, with convoys departing from six locations nationwide to promote the movement’s fifth rally on Nov 19.

According to the schedule published on its website, all six convoys are to depart at 9am and reach their respective destinations at 8pm.

To the north, the convoy departs from Sungai Petani, Kedah to Georgetown, Penang; while in Kulai, Johor to the south, the convoy will be heading to Kluang, which is also in Johor.

On the east coast, a Bersih convoy will be heading to Cameron Highlands, Pahang, from Kota Bharu, Kelantan, and to the west, another convoy departs Teluk Intan, Perak for Sabak Bernam, Selangor.

Meanwhile in East Malaysia, Bersih convoys will be departing from Bintulu, Sarawak, and Tawau, Sabah. They are heading for Sibu and Nabawan, respectively.

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