Dato Sri Jamal Haji Md Yunos
Ketua UMNO Bahagian SUNGAI BESAR.
Pengerusi BN Parlimen Sungai Besar.
Pengerusi Gabungan NGO-NGO Selangor.
21 February 2018
Syed Saddiq thanks Jamal for RM7b ‘donation’
The latest gimmick from Sungai Besar Umno division leader Jamal Yunos of handing an RM7 billion ‘donation’ to Bersatu this morning has been received with cynicism by the Umno splinter party.
Bersatu Youth chief Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman mockingly responded to the controversial Umno leader’s stunt in an exclusive KiniTV video.
“I wish to express my thanks to Jamal Yunos for his willingness to donate RM7 billion to Bersatu.
“It is obvious that Jamal is richer than the wealthy Arab who donated RM2.6 billion into the accounts of Prime Minister Najib Razak,” Syed Saddiq said, in a sarcastic reference to the funds found in the prime minister’s bank account.
Jamal gives RM7b ‘mock’ cheque to Bersatu
Published: Today 1:18 pm Modified: Today 4:48 pm
Controversial Sungai Besar Umno division chief Jamal Md Yunos today made a donation in response to Bersatu leaders’ recent fundraising drive for the party’s 14th general election campaign.
Speaking to reporters in Kuala Lumpur, Jamal noted that Bersatu chairperson Dr Mahathir Mohamad, president Muhyiddin Yassin and deputy president Mukhriz Mahathir had launched the fundraising campaign with a call for donations to be deposited into its bank account.
“Recently we saw Mahathir, Mukhriz and Muhyiddin pleading to the people, appealing to Malaysians asking for donations to fund Bersatu’s election campaign.
“Therefore, I as a Malaysian, felt compelled to donate to Bersatu with the total amount of US$1.8 billion,” Jamal told reporters outside a CIMB branch at Putra World Trade Centre this morning after depositing his donation.
15 December 2017
December 15, 2017
Jamal: Family shunned me over towel protest, but it was all worth it
PETALING JAYA: Jamal Yunos, the Sungai Besar Umno chief, revealed that he was ostracised by family members who felt embarrassed by his “towel protest” outside the Selangor state secretariat (SUK) building in Shah Alam last year.
“When I appeared in a towel at SUK, I was called a mad man, insane. On social media, people condemned me, and some of my nephews were embarrassed of me.
“Some of them even denied they knew me or acknowledged me as their uncle,” he told a talk show hosted by former Bernama host Dahlan Maamor, broadcast live over Facebook last night.
On Dec 21 last year, Jamal showed up at the entrance to the Selangor state administrative building, clad only in a towel and carrying toiletries, to protest against water supply disruptions in the Klang valley.
The water disruptions were due to Tenaga Nasional’s preventive maintenance work on its electrical units, affecting water supply to millions of Klang Valley residents.
Jamal defended his stunt, saying there had been no more water disruptions after he protested.
“Let me tell you why I was clad only in a towel. I live in Ampang since the 12th general election, my hometown is Sungai Besar. The water problems began after Azmin took over as menteri besar,” said Jamal, referring to Mohamed Azmin Ali who has frequently been a focus of his colourful protests.
11 December 2017
Jamal freed on bail after 2 nights behind bars
CONTROVERSIAL Umno leader Jamal Md Yunos was released today after being remanded for burning cut-outs of former minister Zaid Ibrahim.
Lawyer Mohamed Imran Tamrin said Jamal was released on police bail after spending two nights in the lock-up.
“During his time in the lock-up, Jamal complained of back pain.
“So yesterday, during the remand hearing, we asked the magistrate if we could supply Jamal with a mattress, and he agreed to it. However, the request was not entertained by police.
“We are disappointed with police’s treatment (of Jamal),” he said outside the Dang Wangi police station.
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9 December 2017
UMNO/ Red Shirts leader Jamal Yunos has been arrested, again.
Jamal Md Yunos ditahan bagi membantu siasatan berhubung kenyataan Zaid Ibrahim di PWTC. Beliau dibawa ke IPD Dang Wangi
#Alert: Jamal Yunos arrested by police at 8pm today over threats issued to DAP’s Zaid Ibrahim
Jamal Yunos arrested for ‘insulting behaviour’
KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Jamal Yunos has been arrested in connection with his threats on former defacto law minister Datuk Zaid Ibrahim.
The Sungai Besar Umno division chief was arrested after he attended the Umno general assembly in Putra World Trade Centre on Saturday evening.
He arrived at the Dang Wangi police headquarters in an unmarked police car at about 9.25pm.
Jamal was led into the station in handcuffs.
Earlier, Jamal said in a WhatsApp message that he had been arrested in relation to the Zaid issue.
“I have been arrested by the police and will be taken to the Dang Wangi district police headquarters.
“This is in relation to the Zaid Ibrahim issue,” he said.
Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2017/12/09/jamal-yunos-arrested/#AQI3UQcztD9mQ8z6.99
8 December 2017
MP: What, no reward offer to catch Zaid effigy burners?
An opposition MP has asked why there has been no offers of a reward to catch the culprits behind the burning of a former minister’s effigy.
Segambut MP Lim Lip Eng said this starkly contrasts with the incident during Bersih 4 in 2015 when two participants stepped on images of Prime Minister Najib Razak and PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang..
Recalling how there was an offer of a reward to apprehend the two youths, Lim noted the duo were detained and grilled even though they had surrendered themselves to the police.
“Now, I would like to know, what is the size of the reward that will be offered by the police, and how many days would (Sungai Besar Umno chief) Jamal Md Yunos and his boys would be detained in lockup for burning an effigy of Zaid Ibrahim?” asked Lim in a statement.
He asked what the difference was between the two acts, and if one was permissible while the other was not.
“(The act) ought to be condemned by all of BN’s top leaders, unless they agree that burning an effigy like that is the current new politics brought by BN, that reflects their attitude,” he said.
Jamal smashes Zaid’s image with sledgehammer
After torching images of Zaid Ibrahim, Sungai Besar Umno chief Jamal Md Yunos has now smashed a cardboard cutout of the former minister with a sledgehammer outside the Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) in Kuala Lumpur this morning.
Jamal also warned that he would “hunt down” Zaid if the authorities failed to act against the latter.
“The Malaysian police is the best in Asia. If I utter the word ‘haram jadah’ (bastard), I would certainly have to spend a night in the lock-up.
“We have read about the Sultan of Selangor (Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah) being displeased (with Zaid) but where are the police? Why has no action been taken?
“Why the delay in acting against this ‘animal’. We cannot stand it, we the people of Selangor have lost our patience. If there is no action (from the authorities), tomorrow this hammer will ‘visit’ his (Zaid’s) head,” he told reporters.
Yesterday, inspector-general of police Mohd Fuzi Harun said Zaid is being investigated under the Sedition Act 1948.
This is over his remarks in response to the sultan warning that former premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s anger could raze the nation.
6 December 2017
December 6, 2017
Jamal burns Zaid ‘effigies’ outside Umno headquarters
KUALA LUMPUR: Two life-sized effigies of lawyer Zaid Ibrahim were burnt in front of the entrance of Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) by a group led by Sungai Besar Umno division chief Jamal Yunos.
Jamal held a press conference outside the Umno headquarters here to hit out at the former de facto law minister and current DAP member over the latter’s “advice” to the Selangor sultan.
Zaid had taken to Twitter to “advise” the sultan, with his tweet reading: “The Selangor sultan should be careful with his words. No one is immune when the country burns.”
Zaid was apparently referring to an interview the sultan gave The Star in which the ruler claimed PPBM chairman Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s political agenda was motivated by “deep hatred” and that “his anger will burn the whole country”.
Jamal said Zaid’s actions were unacceptable.
“We have to teach Zaid a lesson for his rude and extreme action.
“We cannot accept what he has done and we have had enough,” Jamal said at the press conference, held on the sidelines of the Umno general assembly.
“If he wants to insult me, he can do so 24 hours a day, but to insult the Selangor sultan cannot be accepted.
“Do not ever insult or implicate the sultan.”
15 November 2017
Jamal Yunos criticised over protest outside Semenyih residential project
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SHAH ALAM: Selangor exco member Datuk Iskandar Abdul Samad has criticised Red Shirts leader Datuk Seri Jamal Md Yunos’ action of protesting outside a residential project in Semenyih.
He also questioned the Sungai Besar Umno division chief’s decision to take up the issue of affordable housing when it has been addressed in the ongoing Selangor state legislative assembly sitting.
“Questions on affordable housing in Semenyih have been brought up in the sitting and lawmakers have already debated on the topic and were given explanations,” said Iskandar.
He added that it is strange that Jamal staged a demonstration when Barisan Nasional lawmakers had already brought up the matter in the House.
“Are there groups in Selangor Umno that do not trust the lawmakers’ abilities?” Iskandar told the press on the sidelines of the state assembly sitting here Tuesday.
On Monday (Nov 13), Jamal protested outside a new luxury residential project in Semenyih, claiming that the affordable housing at a site there could not be found.
Clad in a sarong, Jamal claimed that Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali was fooling the people by making promises to build affordable homes there under the Rumah Selangorku scheme.
The ‘ikan kembung’ politics of Jamal Yunos
IN his latest stunt, Sungai Besar Umno division chief Jamal Md Yunos has blamed the opposition for being the cause of costlier fresh fish by conspiring with middlemen.
To make his point, he organised a fish market outside the Ampang Umno division office this morning, where more than five tonnes of fish from the mackerel family – kembung, cencaru, mabong, and sardines – were sold for a mere RM5 per kg.
A long queue of customers, mostly Malay residents from the area, had formed as early as 7am even though the sale only started at 9am. Within an hour, the kembung or Indian Mackerel, had sold out.
Jamal, who founded the red shirts movement and is known for his bizarre protests against the opposition, blamed the DAP for conspiring with middlemen to increase the price of fish as a ploy ahead of the 14th general elections.
He denied fishing for votes or campaigning for Umno when asked, but a banner put up this morning was clear:
“The price of fish is expensive because of middlemen, but who are they? They are DAP’s ‘fish towkays’ (To make the people angry with the BN government),” the banner said in Bahasa.
Jamal’s face as well as the blue-and-white Barisan Nasional logo and the Umno logo, were also clearly visible on the plastic bags buyers used to pack their fish in.
The price of ikan kembung, once known as the poor man’s fish, now ranges between RM16 and RM20 per kg at different locations. Fishmongers have attributed the price increase to the goods and services tax (GST) and petrol prices.
Prior to the GST, which was introduced in April 2015, ikan kembung which is used as the benchmark for the pricing of other types of fish, was RM8 per kg at the market, and its price increase has prompted the Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumer Ministry to consider placing it on the list of price-controlled items
1 October 2017
Azmin: Blame GST, not ‘pro-opposition’ middlemen
Selangor Menteri Besar Azmin Ali said the Goods and Services Tax (GST) and inflation are to be blamed for the rising cost of foods.
“Everyone knows that as a result of inflation and GST, prices of goods have gone up, so why blame it on party (politics),” he told journalists during a function in Gombak today.
He said this in response to Sungai Besar Umno chief Jamal Md Yunos yesterday claimed that expensive fish was due to “pro-opposition” middlemen who hike prices due to political motives.
Jamal had set up stalls at the Ampang Umno headquarters where he sold fish at discounted prices.
Azmin said as menteri besar, he could not determine the policies of the federal government.
“We don’t have power at the federal level to implement people-friendly policies.
“We can only do it at the state level, beyond that, we’ll just have to wait for the coming general election,” he said.
Azmin added that the state government will also ensure revenue will be returned to the people in the state’s upcoming budget.
Read more at https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/396935#2CH25jGjroVgCV7G.99
30 September 2017
Jamal fries ‘pro-opposition middlemen’ for hiking fish prices
Pro-opposition intermediaries are the reason why the price of fish is so steep now, claims Sungai Besar Umno chief Jamal Md Yunos.
“This increase in the price of fish is caused by the middlemen, who I truly believe have political motives.
“In a few more months, our country will face a general election and that is why there are certain parties who I believe are from Pakatan Harapan who are using these middlemen to increase the price of fish to a ridiculous price.
“The price increase of fish has been made into political fodder by certain political parties,” Jamal said to reporters outside the Umno Ampang headquarters today.
He had organised a program selling four types of fish for RM5 per kilogram there today, which saw long queues prior to the stalls opening at 9am. Each individual was limited to two kilograms of any fish of their choice.
Jamal had prepared five tonnes of fish to be sold at Ampang today and by 10am, more than half of his supply had been sold.
‘Chinese’ middlemen blamed
Though a banner above the stall read “Who are the middlemen? DAP fish towkays”, Jamal denied that it was referring to the political party.
Read more at https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/396829#pyK60YZ3eEpy45yk.99
9 September 2017
Jamal in sledgehammer act to demand Selangor closes gambling centres.
The Umno showman-politician threatens extra-legal action if the local councils fail to cancel licences of gambling centres within two weeks.
AMPANG: Wielding a sledgehammer, Umno’s showman-politician Jamal Yunos smashed a table at a news conference as a warning to the Selangor government to shut down gambling centres or face “extra-legal actions”.
“If the state government does not direct local councils to cancel licences for the gambling centres within two weeks, don’t blame us and our NGO friends if we act outside the law,” said the Sungai Besar Umno division chief.
He then proceeded to demonstrate the kind of action he planned to take by smashing a table at the office of the NGO Coalition which he leads, while members of the media and the coalition looked on.
“We believe in the law but if the law is blind and deaf…we who are literate and can see and hear must assume responsibility as NGO leaders in Selangor to stamp out misdeeds created by the menteri besar,” he said.
Jamal threatened to hold an anti-gambling demonstration inside Bangunan Sultan Salahuddin, the centre of the state administration, in Shah Alam.
“This time when we come, we won’t demonstrate at the gate. We will do it inside the menteri besar’s office,” he said.
21 July 2017
Jamal takes ‘Wan Azizah’ on MRT to Sungai Buloh
The gimmick follows a message in jest by Nurul Izzah thanking the PM for providing the MRT service to allow her to visit her father in the Sungai Buloh prison more easily.
SUNGAI BULOH: Umno divisional leader Jamal Yunos is at it again, with his latest gimmick taking the form of a cut-out of PKR president Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail which he took for a ride on the newly launched MRT service from Kajang to Sungai Buloh.
Sungai Buloh is the site of Malaysia’s largest prison complex, and also where PKR de facto leader and Wan Azizah’s husband Anwar Ibrahim is serving a five-year sentence for sodomy.
A printed message on the cut-out read: “Tq PM for providing this MRT service from Kajang to Sungai Buloh. It is now easier for Kak Wan (Wan Azizah) to visit her husband in Sungai Buloh.”
21 June 2017
Jamal Yunos: Saya pun ada kalung berlian disebut DoJ
Pemimpin Umno itu mempersoalkan pembangkang kerana percaya dakwaan DoJ sedangkan beliau sendiri memiliki kalung berlian yang dimuat naik di Facebook.
KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Jamal Yunos meneruskan gimik protesnya lagi, kali ini dengan membawa 3 utas rantai dan sebentuk cincin, mengaitkannya dengan dakwaan Jabatan Kehakiman Amerika Syarikat (DoJ) baru-baru ini mengenai pembelian barang kemas bernilai US$27.3 juta (RM116 juta) untuk isteri seorang “pegawai tinggi 1MDB” yang diberi nama samaran Malaysian Official 1 (MO1).
Jamal dipercayai berbuat demikian dalam usahanya menepis dakwaan DoJ mengenai pembelian kalung itu.
Menurutnya, dakwaan itu adalah fitnah terhadap Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak dan Datuk Seri Rosmah Mansor.
“Kami membantah sekeras-kerasnya politik pembangkang ini. Ini adalah cara untuknya rosakkan negara dan runtuhkan akhlak rakyat Malaysia.
“Mereka ini fitnah Datuk Seri Najib Razak dan Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor kononnya beli barangan keperluan peribadi menggunakan sejumlah wang.
“Sehingga kini, tidak ada bukti yang ditunjukkan oleh DoJ, selain beberapa dokumen ditunjukkan pengikut Dr Mahathir,” katanya merujuk bekas perdana menteri Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
26 May 2017
Jamal and his ‘hantus’…
Jamal makes ‘spooky’ claim of phantom voters in Selangor
Umno man shows up with a group of ‘ghouls’ at Election Commission office and accuses DAP’s Ng Suee Lim of using phantom voters since the 11th general election.
Today, Umno Sungai Besar division chief Jamal Yunos showed he had no shortage of creative ideas when he presented himself at the office of the Election Commission along with a fright of “ghosts” to protest the existence of alleged phantom voters in the state constituency of Sekinchan.
According to Jamal, phantom voters were supposedly brought in by Ng Suee Lim, the DAP assemblyman for the said constituency to ensure he won with a bigger majority.
Truth be told, Jamal’s “phantoms” made a rather comedic lot with a dash of the macabre as most were decked in “blood-spattered” white shrouds, with some wearing garish, ghoulish masks.
The spooky group was shuttled to the Election Commission office in a bus.
Jamal, who is the leader of the infamous Red Shirts, claimed that Ng, a three-term assemblyman, had roped in phantom voters to increase the majority of votes he garnered so as to retain his seat.
“In the 11th GE, Ng won Sekinchan after obtaining a majority of several hundred votes. In the 12th GE he won with a majority of over three hundred votes.
“Then in the 13th GE he obtained a majority of over 2,200,” Jamal said.
25 Jan 2017
Jamal Yunos pulls another comedic act in front of Selangor state secretariat building. http://epaper.mmail.com.my/2017/01/25/jamal-returns-funnier/ …
Now, Jamal brings beds, ice cream to MB’s office building
Sungai Besar Umno division chief Jamal Md Yunos upped the ante in his campaign against vice in Selangor by bringing 10 beds to the state secretariat building in Shah Alam.
The bedsheets were emblazoned with the words “DAP – Dapat Aiskrim Percuma” (DAP – Get Free Ice Cream) whereas the pillow cases had the words “Rumah Urut Selangorku“(My Selangor Massage Parlour).
This is believed to be a play on Selangor’s affordable home scheme “Rumah Selangorku”.
Jamal claimed that the Selangor government was not doing enough to clamp down on massage parlours, which he claimed were brothels.
Haritu bertuala, hari ini Jamal Yunos usung katil urut ke pejabat SUK. Siap bantal
Jamal buat protes rumah urut pulak. Dia kata dia tak pernah pergi rumah urut, tapi rakan dia yang buat tinjauan…