Cops assure Wangsa Maju dubious voters claim will be probed

Annabelle Lee

Modified 25 Jan 2018, 8:31 am

Police have confirmed that they will investigate a claim that 1,429 dubious entries have been added to the Wangsa Maju electoral roll.

Earlier today, PKR treasurer-general Tan Yee Kew questioned why police had failed to act and to supply her with updates five months after lodging police reports alleging voters had falsely stated that they lived in Wangsa Maju.

When contacted, Wangsa Maju district police chief Superintendent Mohammad Roy Suhaimi Sarif explained that police had not acted because they previously forwarded the reports to the Election Commission (EC), thinking it would investigate the claim...

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