Thursday, July 07, 2011

Cops: Restriction order against 91 individuals

The police have placed a restriction order on 91 individuals, including organisers of the Bersih 2.0, Perkasa and Umno Youth's Patriot rallies.

NONEThe order is to stop any of the 91 from being present at several spots in Kuala Lumpur on July 9.

"This means that anyone (on the list) caught present at these areas will be arrested on sight," said the city deputy police chief Amar Singh.

Top on the list are the Bersih 2.0 steering committee members, including Ambiga Sreenevasan, Wong Chin Huat and Maria Chin Abdullah.

Also on the list are Pakatan Rakyat leaders, such as opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim, PAS spiritual adviser Nik Aziz Nik Mat, his party's deputy-president Mohamad Sabu, DAP parliamentary leader Lim Kit Siang and social activist Hishamuddin Rais.
Fourteen from Perkasa, including its president Ibrahim Ali and other top leaders such as Ab Rahman Ab Bakar and Syed Hassan Syed Ali.

Umno Youth leaders also included in the list are Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar, secretary Megat Firdouz Megat Junid and information chief Reezal Merican Naina Merican and eight others.
“This order is to avoid from any activity that can disrupt public order or bring danger to human lives and security.

“With this, they are barred and given warning not to be present or take any part in any assembly in those places on July 9 from 8am to 6pm,” said Amar during a press conference in the Kuala Lumpur police headquarters this evening.

A breach of the order would contravene Section 188 of the Penal Code for disobedience to an order duly promulgated by a public servant, punishable by up to six months' jail or up to RM2,000 fine or both.

The police chief added that the order was approved yesterday and that it has been sent out to the 91 individuals.

Mix-up in list

When asked how the police decided on the 91 individuals, Amar said that it was based on police investigation over the past few weeks.
However, it was evident that although 66 people were listed as Bersih 2.0 supporters, some of them were clearly either Umno members or anti-Bersih.

NONEAmong those on the Bersih 2.0 list are former deputy minister Khalid Yunus, Kulim-Bandar Baharu MP Zulkifli Noordin, Gagasan Melayu Perak president Mohd Hilmi Ismail and national scout chief commissioner Kamaruddin Kachar.

Even Perkasa leaders were listed under Bersih 2.0 supporters such as Negeri Sembilan, Kelantan and Terengganu commissioners Mohd Noor Nordin Abdullah, Sibri Ismail and Mohd Lukman Muda respectively.

The list has also includes at least one mistake. Perkasa vice-president Zubir Harun was listed twice - in the Perkasa and Bersih 2.0 list.

Road closures from Saturday morning

According to the order signed by a Kuala Lumpur Magistrate, the 91 are barred from being along Jalan Syed Putra, Jalan Istana, Jalan Bukit Petaling, Jalan Bellamy and the area surrounding Istana Negara.

They are also barred from Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin, Jalan Lembah Perdana, Jalan Cenderasari and the area around Masjid Negara.

The police also listed Dataran Merdeka, Central Market, Masjid Jamek, Dataran DBKL, Sogo shopping mall, Maju Junction, Kampung Baru mosque, Jalan Kinabalu, Jalan Kuching, Jalan Sultan Ismail, Jalan Haji Taib, Jalan Raja Muda Musa, Jalan Raja Bot, Jalan Dang Wangi, Jalan Munshi Abdullah, Jalan Gereja, Jalan Raja Chulan, Jalan Tun Perak, Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Loke, Jalan Sultan Mahmud as restricted areas to the 91.

Although there were already numerous roadblocks around the country since yesterday, Amar said that the city police will be closing roads and diverting traffic from Friday midnight.

He also said that the police have not received any police permit applications to assemble at press time.
Full list of 91 individuals

Ibrahim Ali
Rahman bin Abu Bakar
Syed Hassan Syed Ali
Irawah Fahmi Ideris
Roslan Kassim
Sharifuddin Abd Hamid
Dr Zubir Harun
Ameir Hassan
Ahmad Saad
Ahmad Zaini Ismail
Muhammad Zaid Md Arip
Abdullah Mansor
Zaira Jaafar
Norkhaila Jamaludin

Pemuda Umno

Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar
Megat Firdouz Megat Junid
Reezal Merican Naina Merican
Megat Zulkarnaian Omardin
Rizalman Mokhtar
Tengku Azman Tengku Zainol Abidin
Lokman Noor Adam
Abdul Azeez Rahim
Ungku Saleh Ungku Jamal
Arman Azha Abu Hanifa
Tun Faisal Ismail Aziz


Ambiga Sreenevasan
Mohamad Sabu
Hishamuddin Md Rais
Khairul Anwar Ahmad Zainuddin
Maria Chin Abdullah
Chua Tian Chang
Kamarulzaman Mohamad
Dr Mohd Hatta Md Ramli
Syed Shahir Syed Mohamud
Syed Ibrahim Syed Noh
Teresa Kok
Badrul Hisha Shaharin
Shamsul Iskandar Mohd Akin
Arutchelvam Subramaniam
Wong Chin Huat
Ong Boon Keong
Enalini Elumalai
Haris Fathillah Sathiasingam Mohd Ibrahim
Khalid Yunus
Zulkifli Noordin
Dr Zubir Harun
Abd Hadi Awang
Anwar Ibrahim
Lim Kit Siang
Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat
Nurul Izzah Anwar
Kohila Yanasekaran
Zaid Kamaruddin
Khoo Teng Swee
Fadiah Nadwa Fikri
Yap Swee Seng
Salahuddin Ayub
Mahfuz Omar
Nasarudin Hasan
Mazlan Aliman
Dr Syed Azman Syed Nawawi
Dr Dzulkifli Ahmad
Dr Mujahid Yusof
Khalid Abd Samad
Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin
Azman Shapawi Abd Rani
Suhaizan Kaiat
Nor Azli Musa
Mohd Firdaus Jaafar
Loke Siew Fook
Lau Wen San
Mohd Azmin Ali
Mat Shuhaimi Shafie
Satipul Bahari Amamt
Wan Hassan Mohd Ramli
Mohamad Izzudin Hilmi Mohd Zaini
Mohd Shazni Munir Mohd Ithnin
Muhammad Hilman Idham
Mohd Shukri Che Ab Razab
Mohd Syukri Kamaruddin
Ahmad Syazwan Muhammad Hasan
Choo Chon Kai
Sarasvathy Muthu
Soh Sook Hwa
Nurul Izham Nurul Anuar
Abd Rahim Osman
Mohd Sibri Ismail
Mohd Lukam Muda
Prof Kamaruddin Kachar
Mohd Noor Nordin Abdullah 

And the comments:

clever voter It is heartening to watch events unfold in a manner where you see different ethnic groups sharing the common goals and beliefs that change is inevitable. Forget the stupid 1 Malaysia - the courage, the strength, and the determination of Bersih is enough to show to the nation that we need to change a government that is past its shelf life. Lets pray for the hope that this nation must live up to its potential !!!
5 minutes ago · Report
justiceee Hitler era.Gestapo state. no respect for the king also. what govt. Master race in action using sing and ah fatt .
6 minutes ago · Report
GO4CHANGE They can chain and imprison the Rakyat but they cannot thwart their spirit. Let them do whatever they want no matter how draconian. Come newxt General Election they will reap what they sow!!!
8 minutes ago · Report
tanteo Since when has UNNO heed the Agong?And why did Ambiga meet with Tun Bodowi? It was silly and premature to think the government would have respected what the Agong and Bodowi say. Who is pulling the strings? Now,no stadium and restriction order.What next? Next year this cop will be bestowed Dato 'Sili' Amar Singh for being a loyal servant.
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Ibnu Ishak A mix-up in the lists? Not surprised! Am puzzled only that these Keystone Cops Stumblebums DiRaja did not put the Agong on the Bersih list: mistakenly believing him to be the rally co-ordinator for Seputeh and Megamall areas .. ..
19 minutes ago · Report
Oscar Kilo Easyone, I have the same question too. I think it is to make it look more muhibbah. They don't want it to be Melayu vs Melayu.
20 minutes ago · Report
dominic seow THERE are many many illegal empat ekor towkays in TOWN YET THEY ROAM freely to take bets.Police bolih.Police knowns who they are but no action is to be made because... U know I know la
20 minutes ago · Report
Arkay_3d9d gooooddd... finally, KL peace yoooooo, good job police...
23 minutes ago · Report
People Power Our stupid PM, NAJIb cannot even solve the Malaysian dilemma & yet he wants to meet the Christian Pope in ROME & tell him what to do. Is he a nut? Your answer to that is most welcome. The evil regime is unfit to rule. Just kick them out in GE13.
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cocomomo Looks like daily the government and the police are pushing more and more Malaysians to vote for Pakatan! The government is looking increasingly silly by trying to suppress the free will of the people. Don't they realise this is no longer the dark ages? If from the offset the government had allowed the rally there may have been less interest in the rally than the repressive actions have now created. Is there a conspiracy to help Pakatan perform better in the next elections?
38 minutes ago · Report
Easyone why Ah Singh & Ah Beng headed this job? Ahmad & Ali do not follow Hisap Puding instruction ? scape goat ?
40 minutes ago · Report
By Election Fan What else is in the condition that the understanding that BN/UMNO govt had agreed to the King. No yellow shirt, no Merdeka Stadium, Bersih is illegal, Now, no leader... What is next? If that is the case why should Bersih agreed on the stadium where these corrupted regime had openly defying the King's order to allow a peace rally. From this incident we can see promise by BN/UMNO govt are all lies. Let us bury them in GE 13.
an hour ago · Report
Mirror on the Wall Let us refrain from being racist like the BN goons. Let us be fair and impartial and look at a man for who is and not what he is. By the way, I have not heard a good 'Bai' joke in a long time.Anyone know one that's not crude?
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ghkok The Bersih rally is a PEACEFUL RALLY in support of Free, Clean & Fair Elections. It is a PEOPLE's rally. It is within the constitution to allow for peaceful marches in support of reasonable causes. It is constitutional, legal and moral. It is held by people who are loyal to the country and who wants to promote Free, Clean & Fair elections to avoid our country from decaying further. We want to save the country. It has nothing to do with Perkasa, umno youth, silat and others. They can have their own rally - it's nothing to do with Bersih. Bersih is ENTITLED to its own rally. The police are exercising UNCONSTITUTIONAL powers to limit the legitimate movement of the Bersih people.
an hour ago · Report
Anonymous I predict GE13 will emulate the calamity of Sendai. Earth Quake will crack all the pillars of UMNO and political tsunami is going to wash away the old regime. The more Najib clamp down the Rakyat's demand, the greater the lost of trust we have for UMNO. By the way, UMNO will spend alot of Rakyat's money to rebuild it's political brand. 2012, amargeddon is coming!
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Anak 1Sabah 'Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable' - J. F. Kennedy.
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The saints go marching on Who is this Singh a disgrace to our nobel Singh community now being parading likemooching on some old shoes. HE will be the shinnng example if Indian personnel in the police ready to strike his brothren with fould means. Can we have a biodata on this specimen so that we know him when we meet him.
an hour ago · Report
madhavankuttyk the 91 individual shall check into some city hotels tonight or tomorow morning or afternoon and walk to the stadium.....stupid police think they are smart ....out smart them !! stupid police !!!!
1 hours ago · Report
Doneit Hello PDRM, looked high and low but could not find my name and all the other Rakyat of Malaysia. This is about Bersih is it not and is Bersih not about the Rakyat asking for this free and fair thing. Can you please include. By the way do not forget to include yourselves also, unless you all believe you are not the Rakyat.
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Anonymous_3f68 Its confirmed that all of DUMNO and its associated clowns are running scared of Ambiga as she has instilled the fear into their hearts by driving the point straight. BE fearless AMBIGA , and keep bulldozing these creeps out of their hiding.
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densemy The only thing that will disrupt the stranglehold that the government has on all Malaysians is a massive uprising by Malaysians. An uprising that is so big that neither the police nor the army together will be able to withstand the will of the people. Did I just see a pig fly past my window??
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Compass This is pathetic. Putting Ibrahim Ali in the same bag as Ambiga and Maria. We need to change the government before the police has any chance of improving itself.
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Disbeliever First, let's not get our emotions out of control and label others rudely. I believe that the government and the police are being most unfair that despite the meeting of Bersih with the King and consequently Bersih agreeing to hold the rally in the confines of a stadium, yet the police have been clamping down on Bersih to the extent of obtaining a court order disallowing ('banning' is a better word) 91 leaders from being in some areas of KL. I think this is definitely going against human rights. The police are being too uptight over the Bersih rally. Why take the so-called preventive action when these leaders have not done anything wrong? By all means act if and when they go against the law come July 9. The way I see it and I believe the whole world is watching, the police are out to stop the Bersih rally at all cost. This uncalled for action would definitely have a great impact in the coming General Elections.

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