Hindraf rally: 500 arrested November 25, 2007Posted by elizabethwong in Current Affairs, Democracy, Event, Human Rights, Malaysia, Politics.
Tags: Abdullah Badawi, BN, fascists, Hindraf, Musa Hassan, Police, Umno
Remember PM Abdullah Badawi’s fluffy feel-good line about wanting to hear the truth?
This is what happens when one speaks truth to UMNO/BN.
(Pics above, AFP)
Thus far, Gobalakrishnan, Member of KeADILan Supreme Council, is the first to be remanded for 3 days. This was done at Ibu Pejabat Kontingen (IPK), Kuala Lumpur this evening around six pm. More to be remanded.
There were close to a hundred detained at IPK earlier, but the bulk of the protestors, numbering some 400, was held at PULAPOL (Pusat Latihan Polis) Jalan Semarak.
More later. Internet cafe not reading my thumbdrive 😦
On the gathering at Jalan Ampang, he (Inspector-General of Police Musa Hassan) said police exercised maximum restrain and only used water cannons and tear gas to disperse the crowd and there was no body contact. (Source: The Sun)
Pics of two young men who were injured during the rally. They were released from detention to seek hospital treatment.
Say it again, Musa?