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KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 10, 2015:

Anti-Bersih group leader Datuk Jamal Md Yunos stated that because 90% of participants on Day 1 of Bersih 4 were Chinese, the Malays are upset with them.

The Sungai Besar Umno division chief claimed that Bersih 4 was organised by the Chinese from DAP.

“The rest of the 10% comprised of Indians, Malays and East Malaysians who were brainwashed to come for the rally.

“Even Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad was present to take advantage of the illegal rally’s popularity,” he said at a press conference here today.

Commenting on the 40% Malay participation on day 2 of Bersih 4, he said it was due to the fact that the Chinese had gone home. “The Chinese had gone back which is why it looked like there were many Malays.” Jamal said the posters that had gone viral linking the rally to violence were actually done by the Red Bean Army. The Red Bean Army, known to be Opposition-friendly cyber-troopers, have been linked with DAP in the past. He said this was the dissatisfaction that existed with the Malays which is why the “‘Malay dignity uprising” or better known as the Red T-shirt rally needed to be held. He said it depended on the wisdom of the police to approve their permit to gather. “If the Chinese and Indians can gather why can’t the Malays gather ? Jamal reiterated that the rally was organised by Pesaka despite them not making a public appearance yet. “We are fully behind Pesaka who are organising this rally and we are mobilising 30,000 people just from NGOs at our checkpoints at Bukit Bintang and Central Market on that day. “We will gather at 11am in Bukit Bintang near Lot 10 and start walking to Padang Merbok which is the convergence point, at 3pm. “I have spoken to Pesaka and they have told me that they have applied for the permit but have yet to hear from the police. He said the organisers will write to PAS to request their participation in the rally. “For Umno there will be 3,000 people from the Sungai Besar division that will join the rally. Below is the video of the press conference:

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