6 EO Detainees’ Messages To The Rakyat

 

The six legal teams for the EO detainees today managed to spend about 15 minutes with each of the detainees. These are their statements to the people of Malaysia.

 

Michael Jeyakumar Devaraj, MP for Sg Siput:

I would like to thank everyone who is supporting us by their letters, prayers and urgent appeals, etc.

The  six of us currently being detained under the Emergency Ordinance have not broken any laws and our crime is that we are socialists, and we are attempting to put the issues affecting the poorer 60% of Malaysians on the national agenda. For example, issues of hospital privatisation, and decent and minimum wages.

Our detention is totally unwarranted as we have been working within the democratic framework.

The Udahlah tu … Bersaralah Campaign through the distribution of pamphlets calls on the people to think and vote properly in the next national General Election. Our actions and activities are conducted totally within the democratic space allowed to us by the Federal Constitution.

It is however sad to see that the ‘higher-ups’ in the police force are unable to differentiate nation from the party of power.

To the people – stand up for democratic rights and let us not allow this kind of intimidation hold us back!

7 July 2011, approximately 2.30pm, Jinjang police station (as narrated to Edmund Bon and Mohd Redzuan Yusoff)

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Sarasvathy a/p Muthu, Deputy Chairperson, PSM:

I want my family, my lawyers and the public to keep fighting for all those detained and to keep pushing for visits to see me.

7 July 2011, approximately 2.15pm, Kepong police station (as narrated to Maha Balakrishnan and Azri Malek)

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Letchumanan a/l Aseer Patham, Secretary, PSM (Sg Siput branch):

I did nothing wrong. I do not understand why I have been arrested and now here in detention under the EO. I badly miss my family and children.

There is so much I can do outside. I support the struggle.

My heart is strong and I will continue to fight for justice.

7 July 2011, approximately 3.00pm, Selayang police station (as narrated to  K. Arumugam)

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Choo Chon Kai, Central Committee member, PSM:

I want BERSIH to proceed. The whole detention is unlawful – there is no reason to keep me in lock-up. The police must either release me, or charge me in court.

7 July 2011, approximately 2.20pm, Petaling police station (as narrated to Abd Shukor Tokachil)

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Sukumaran a/l Munisamy, Chairperson, PSM (Sg Siput branch)

I am not in the wrong. The charges against me are unfounded.

I urge the public to fight on.

7 July 2011, approximately 2.30pm, Travers, Brickfields police station (as narrated to James Khong)

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Sarat Babu a/l Raman, Chairperson, Socialist Youth, PSM

Please remain strong for that makes me stronger.

The chicken curry that they are giving to me is too oily.

7 July 2011, approximately 3.00pm, Dang Wangi police station (as narrated to Yudistra Darma Dorai and Fatimah Ismail)

 

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3 Responses to 6 EO Detainees’ Messages To The Rakyat

  1. cheang lek choy

    Edmund and u team thouse days in the 60 we have may be having only karam singh , now we have so many young lawyers helping. the only thing dr may have done wrong is he is a socialist and speak out for the poor and did not join mic

  2. snow

    These good citizens are unfairly jailed because of us. Do not break their hearts and do something. Wear yellow on Saturday.

  3. liisang

    It is so amazingly encouraging to see strength in adversity. And it is so heartbreaking to be reminded that injustice is usually perpetrated by those we call leaders.