Friday, May 16, 2008

INDELIBLE INK - CABINET DISAGREED WHILE ELECTION COMMISSION WAS FORCE TO AGREE TO SCRAP THE USE OF IT DURING THE RECENT POLLS ON MARCH 8, 2008


It is reported today that the Cabinet had no intentions of using the indelible ink during the recent elections held on March 8, 2008 although it had blamed the Election Commission and the Police for not using it.

It was reported that Tan Sri Rashid Abdul Rahman had made this claim today after a function that the Cabinet had made him to take full responsibility for not using them while the Commission had purchased 48,000 bottles of these inks from India for RM2.4 Million so that they could use them.

It seems the culprits are the members of the Cabinet and as Malaysian rakyat we need to demand every Cabinet member then to refund this amount which could be used for the benefit of the rakyat.

It seems further that we can no longer trust this Barisan Nasional government with all their LIES.

Another proof of an uncaring, ineffective, inefficient and corrupt Barisan Nasional government.