The demonstration on Sunday demanding that the government abolish the Batu Tiga and Sungai Rasau tolls again was hijacked by the opposition coalition.
The demonstration was diverted from its initial purpose and used as a tool to incite the public and encouraged them to break the law.
Four to five protesters even forcibly opened the boom gate of the toll booth to allow the free passage of vehicles. This is wrong.
The Pakatan supporters treated the laws lightly and broke them despite the consequences.
This small group should be subjected to immediate punishment to deter and reduce lawbreaking.
Pakatan's open agreement to compensate for the loss caused by the protest is proof that Pakatan is protecting them.
Pakatan has not yet taken over Putrajaya but has chosen to break the law.
Imagine what could happen if they form our next federal government?
Although the people are entitled to freedom of assembly, they should still abide by the law to avoid any unwanted incidents to prevent any tarnish on our nation's reputation.
The protesters should bear in mind that as citizens of Malaysia, it is their responsibility to comply with the laws, rules and regulations of the country which were set out to ensure peace and order in our country.
If everyone went around doing anything they wanted without restriction, the country would ultimately descend into chaos.
Pakatan leaders should not close one eye on such events.
If the participating protesters turn unruly, I am afraid that this will cause the demonstration to spiral out of control just like what happened in the Bersih rally on April 28.
KOW CHEONG WEI is MCA Selangor Youth chairperson.