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Perkasa and Perkida Malay gangsters running wild again

Watch out these Malay fascist groups carefully, they do not shy to kill Chinese if the opportunity comes to them. Malaysian police also too scare to touch them.

They had using violence against protesters in Bandar Mahkota Cheras and no action was taken against Perkida Malay gangsters.

Rwanda massacre happened due to a small group Hutu radicals started the killings. Same thing can happen in Malaysia if police is impotent to check these Malay right wing groups.

Selayang councillor bashed up, claims attackers wore Perkasa T-shirts

SELAYANG: A group of men allegedly bashed up Selayang Municipal Council (MPS) councillor Lim Ching How and his assistant Zuhudi Ahmad during their visit to Taman Industri Bolton in Batu Caves, about 11am Wednesday.

According to Lim, he went to the site after receiving a complaint that a signboard put up beside the community hall had been torn down.

“I parked the car about 50m away from the site and walked to the area. When I reached the site, I introduced myself as an MPS councillor and told a group of people gathered there that they were not suppose to take down the signboard.

“They started punching and kicking me until I fell to the ground. They continued to attack me for several minutes.

“My assistant Zuhudi, who tried to help me, was also beaten up by the group,” he said.

Lim suffered bruises on his neck and back from the beating.

He claimed some in the group wore Perkasa T-shirts, and identified others as members of a politicial party.

Lim said he managed to call the police and later, two policemen who arrived tried to shielded him from the group. However, the group ignored the policemen’s orders and continued to beat him.

He claimed the group later followed him to a restaurant and threatened to burn the place.

Lim later lodged a report at the Batu Caves police station, accompanied by Segambut MP Lim Lip Eng, Selayang MP William Leong, and MPS councillors Gopalan Nair and A. Murugeshu.

Leong said the attack was totally unacceptable.

“I urge the police to investigate and take stern action against those who attacked Lim and Zuhudi,” he said.

Meanwhile, Perkasa secretary-general Syed Hassan Syed Ali, when contacted, denied that the organisation’s members were involved in the attack.

He said the organisation had never instructed its members to do anything against the law.

“I was shocked when asked (about the incident) by reporters,” he added.

Perkasa president Datuk Ibrahim Ali said he was unaware of the incident as he was in Parliament the whole day.

By STUART MICHAEL and LEE YUK PENG

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Joseph says:

They are the secret weapons of Umno to be unleashed if the results of PRU13 is unfavourable to BN, and MCA is endorsing it.