Najib: Umno must act against alleged polls saboteurs accordingly
By IZATUN SHARI, JANE RITIKOS and ZULKIFLI A. RAHMAN, The Star Press
KUALA LUMPUR: Action against saboteurs of Umno general election candidates must be based on evidence and not hearsay, said Umno deputy president Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.
He said several members allegedly involved in acts of sabotage in4 parliamentary and 22 state seats in Perak and Kedah in the March 8 general election had been identified.
“We cannot take action hastily but we cannot simply close our eyes to acts of sabotage.
“We will act based on clear evidence and not hearsay or unfounded allegations,” he told reporters after opening the Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration 30th anniversary conference yesterday.
Najib urged those with evidence to make written reports to the Umno secretary general.
Party president Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi had said that the acts of sabotage by Umno members caused Barisan Nasional to lose the two states.
Najib said members had been involved in acts of sabotage in previous general elections and action, including expulsion, were meted out to members who contested as independents or under another banner.
Asked whether the alleged saboteurs would be allowed to participate in delegates meetings, he said: “It is determined by the punishment meted out follog evidence, investigation and decision by the disciplinary committee.”More...
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