PETALING JAYA: PKR has claimed as false a document purportedly on the “Kajang move” which is making the rounds on social media.
The party’s strategic director Rafizi Ramli (pic) said the document was doctored by irresponsible parties and urged members of the public not to fall for its contents.
“This is so common, it is so obvious that the document is doctored. In fact, it’s not even doctored, it was created.
“I’m just surprised that some people are buying it,” he told The Star Online when contacted on Wednesday.
The document, which is being shared on social media, was signed off by the “PKR Strategic Director”.
In a statement later, PKR communications director Fahmi Fadzil condemned the fake document and accused the party’s political enemies of being responsible.
“Anyone who read Rafizi’s blog when the Kajang move was first announced would know that he referred to the strategy as ‘Serampang Kajang’, and not ‘Langkah Kajang’.
“Such attempts to vilify political opponents proves that Malaysian politics is still not matured enough, and is stuck at the level of gutter politics,” he said.
The seven-page document purportedly detailed the Kajang Move, which was aimed at replacing Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim with PKR de-facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
The alleged strategies, which were divided into four phases, included collapsing Malaysia’s economy within two years ahead of the election.
Six months into the election, the next phase was alleged to involve taking maximum profit from market shares to fund the 14th General Election with an allocation of RM3mil for each Parliamentary seat and RM1mil for each state seat.
The fourth phase allegedly included collapsing the share market ahead of the dissolution of Parliament so that foreign investors lose confidence in the Federal Government.
Besides funding to non-governmental organisations such as the newly-setup Negara-ku and anti-Lynas groups, the party was also urged to launch an attack on the economy by funding RM1.5mil to a jihadist group and the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).