by Yunus Yussop. Posted on May 18, 2011, WednesdayBINTULU: Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) state youth vice-chief Pandi Suhaili has condemned Movement of Change Sarawak (MoCS) leader Francis Paul Siah for threatening to organise street demonstrations.
Siah had threatened to organise street demonstrations if Chief Minister Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud does not step down by Aug 13.
Yesterday, Pandi filed a police report against Siah along with Bintulu Anaq Vaie Association (PAVB) members. He called Siah’s threat subversive as it could incite the people.
“The Chief Minister has been given a fresh mandate by the people to form a government, continue leading the state government and the government in power has the right to appoint the Chief Minister.
“MoCS’ action is against the people’s aspirations. They have chosen the Barisan Nasional as the state government,” he told reporters after filing the report against Siah at the Bintulu police one-stop centre.
In his report, Pandi said Siah’s statement incited the people and the plans for street demonstrations are unlawful.
He urged Siah to stop making such statements.
“I do hope the police will investigate the case thoroughly,” said Pandi, who is PBB Bintulu Zone (Jepak, Belaga, Kidurong, Kemena, Kakus) youth chief.