UMNO YOUTH ANTI-KARPAL SINGH
DAPSY SEPUTEH: DESPISING THE CONSTITUTION
The Umno Youth is over reacted after DAP National Chairperson Sdr. Karpal Singh suggests that Sultan Perak Sultan Azlan Shah should be named as a defendant in a potential lawsuit calling into question the legality of the BN Perak government.
According to recent Malaysia ’s constitution, rulers no longer above the constitution and they could bring up to court. Sdr Karpal Singh doesn’t offence any constitution for suggesting file a lawsuit against Sultan Perak. Unfortunately Umno Youth is trying to impeded people’s right, including threat Karpal Singh should stripped his citizen or detain him under ISA.
The Deputy Chief of Umno Youth Khairy Jamaluddin said: ‘order you as deputy Youth chief to do what is necessary if you see the illegal government coming’ during one of the Umno Youth demonstration. This kind of wording shows that Umno Youth are despising the constitution.
There are many demonstrations recently either nearby Karpal Singh’s office or his house. The formal Selangor MB Khir Toyo said Umno Youth won’t stop if police do not take action against Karpal Singh. DAPSY Seputeh is hereby to challenge Umno Youth, what did Karpal Singh offence besides using ISA?
Even though it is ridiculous if Karpal Singh charged under Sedition Act because Rulers could be sued after the constitution revised in 1993 when Tun Mahathir Mohammad was Prime Minister.
Deceased N.Sembilan King Duli Yang Maha Mulia Almarhum Tuanku Jaafar was sued by Standard Chartered Bank, why not Umno Youth protests in front of the Headquarter of Standard Chartered Bank?
Umno Youth should question formal Umno leaders who involved in the revised constitution in 1993 if they don’t agree with Rulers are under the law.
Although DAPSY Seputeh does not willing to comment on “should bring Sultan Perak up to the court”, however it is Karpal Singh’s right. The over reaction and attitude of Umno Youth is exactly same as what did Chong Eng and Liew Chin Tong said: they are ridiculous.
DAPSY Seputeh Vice-Chairperson
Tey Khang Fai