Pix | Composite of Malaysiakini and Jong
"...Their first obstacle in their journey came when Ipoh crime chief Glen Anthony tried to stop the group from proceeding.
However, Nizar pushed Anthony aside and continued walking into the state secretariat with the rest.
The group did not use the entrance set aside for them, foiling a bid by BN to keep track of their movements inside the state secretariat and state assembly.
However, police and security personnel tried to keep them to the route arranged for them.
Still, the Pakatan representatives - who were supposed to take Lift 3 - took Lift 6 which was meant for the BN..." Malaysiakini, Mar 30, 2010
Apartheid in Perak DUN?
Whilst the Thai Redshirts sat with the Government to deal with problems, duly elected representatives of the Perak Legislative Assembly were segregrated by the Royal Malaysia Police who herded them into separate entrances and separate lifts.
This can only happen in the State of Perak whose Monarch is supposedly a respected constitutional legal authority.
The PR representatives should have worn red!
|DUN Perak, 31 March, 2010|
On the second day of the Perak Assembly sitting 31 March, 2010, Ipoh, Shaarani Mohamad of Rungkup, again amply demontrated the supposedly "berhormat" legislator he despicably is. Maybe the Sultan of Perak might heed his request. Who knows?