By Anisah Shukry
KUALA LUMPUR, May 7 — An anti-Bersih group today blocked rival Solidariti Anak Muda Malaysia (SAMM) from entering Bukit Aman to deliver a memorandum demanding police action against members of the force for alleged brutality during the April 28 rally.
Some 20 people who described themselves as members of a pro-government group called Suci surrounded a 10-man delegation from SAMM this afternoon outside the entrance to the police headquarters and heckled them before the latter had a chance to hand over their memorandum.
“Jewish dogs!” and “Traitors!” were shouted by the Suci members, made up of members from the Malaysian Army Veterans Association and Suara Anak Muda 1 Malaysia (SAM1M), as they blocked SAMM’s path.
“We felt it was our responsibility to prevent these groups that do not trust in the police to tarnish Bukit Aman,” SAM1M President Armand Azha Abu Hanifah later told The Malaysian Insider.
“They deserve to only enter the dirty parking lot.”
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