KUCHING, Sept 22: A police report has been lodged today against Sarawak United People’s Party (SUPP) Kuching branch chairwoman Datuk Lily Yong.
According to Special Assistant to Sarawak Democratic Action Party (DAP) Chairman Chong Chieng Jien, Julian Tan Kok Ping, who lodged the report, she had breached the Election Offences Act 1954 by sticking up posters resembling ballot papers in shop premises.
“I hope that Election Commission of Malaysia will investigate this case as it has violated the law,” Tan stated after lodging the report today.
According to Tan, as an election party, SUPP shouldn’t stick up posters resembling ballot papers.
Meanwhile, Tan also hoped that SUPP would think of more effective ways to hand over Kenyalang Gold Cards to senior citizens.
“The senior citizens are easily affected by a lot of disease and they need to go to certain places to collect the card,” Tan said.
He pointed out that instead of asking the senior citizens to collect the card, SUPP could send the card to them instead.
“I also hope that the card can bring more benefits to the card holder,” Tan said, claiming that there were only approximately 30 operators collaborating with the Kenyalang Gold Card. — DayakDaily