justread | … ust because Anwar Ibrahim planned to lead a mass protest near the House, the government took it as if the capital city was under attack from foreign forces.
Foreign forces? Who subscribed to foreign elements?
That’s how the government sees Anwar.
But is Anwar really the biggest threat to the government now? Pak Lah, Najib, Hishamuddin and the rest of Umno leaders have repeatedly advised Anwar to call off the gathering, lambasting him that he was only trying to distract attention towards a sodomy case filed againts him by his former aide.
At the same time, the Opposition accused the government of attempting to mislead the people of its own wrongdoings.
Just because of this Anwar’s ‘threat’, the whole city was stucked in massive traffic jams over the past few days. The normally 20-minutes ride from Cheras to KL took more almost 2 hours.
Police checkpoints were erected not only within 5-km radius of the Parliament but as far as Semenyih, Kajang, Klang and Rawang.… selanjutnya.