Tuesday, January 6, 2009


Attended the Kuala Terengganu parliamentary seat by-election nomination early this morning. It was with fanfare from both sides of the political divide.
The seat would witness a three-cornered fight between Barisan Nasional (BN), PAS and an independent candidate.
The BN candidate would be Datuk Wan Ahmad Farid Wan Salleh, against PAS' Mohd Abdul
Wahid Endut and an independent Azharudin Mamat @ Adam.
Election for the parliamentary seat had been fixed for Jan 17. The Election Commission revealed that the constituency had 80,229 voters. Indian voters here are less than 800 with Chinese numbering more than 15,000 voters.
The BN as well as Pakatan Rakyat have brought in their heavyweights to campaign for the polls. Let us hope we would have a trouble-free by-election that is free and fair.


lvbala said...

Its a great show..
Lets see who wins, and what is the majority? I wonder if BN is still popular....?! This result will actually reflect whats gonna happen in the near future 2012... dont you think so....??

Nothing much to say as RPK is tearing everyone in his latest writing....

Anonymous said...

Please do sent ur President Samy to campaign here, if here comes , BN will loose, PLease just do own bisness in KL, and think other ways to cheat indian more
Anak India Terengganu

lvbala said...

Result shows the becoming unpopularity of BN. This shows the crap stories doesn't work anymore. The rakyat has spoken again.

Brother, consider yourself in MIC via BN.


Anonymous said...

Dato...what is your stand on the latest death under PDRM custody? What is MIC doing about it. We know nothing was done previously, however now would be a perfect time to do something, no?