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Anyone can attend rally, says Pesaka

PETALING JAYA: The organiser of the Himpunan Rakyat Bersatu (People’s Unity Gathering) tomorrow has promised that it is going to be a “colour-blind” affair.


‘Verify online reports with nearest police station’

KUALA LUMPUR: Police have slammed naysayers who are spreading talk about a group of Mat Rempit wearing red shirts and loitering around the city.


Jamal: No problem in bike convoy, Sept 16 gathering will be calm

PETALING JAYA: The “red shirt” motorcycle convoy held here on Saturday around Tasik Titiwangsa and the Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) went on without any incident.


Cops refute claims of red shirts in the city

KUALA LUMPUR: Police have slammed rumours that a group of protesters wearing red shirts had gathered in the city on Sunday.


Ali Tinju: No rally today, 'red shirts' being defamed

PETALING JAYA: Photos and messages of a red-shirt rally reportedly being held in the city have been circulating on social media but organisers say there is nothing happening.


Only one rally on Sept 16

KUALA LUMPUR: There will only be one rally on Sept 16 – the himpunan rakyat bersatu (people’s unity gathering) organised by the National Silat Federation or Pesaka.


No need for red-shirt rally, says MIC chief

PETALING JAYA: The red-shirt rally should not be allowed to take place, says MIC president Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam.


Cops close Low Yat entrances following rally rumour

KUALA LUMPUR: Police cordoned off entrances to Low Yat Plaza following rumours of a planned red-shirt gathering at the complex and at Bukit Bintang.


Planned red-shirt rally giving traders, cabbies and hoteliers the jitters

KUALA LUMPUR: Traders, taxi drivers and hoteliers in and around Petaling Street and Bukit Bintang here are having sleepless nights with the planned red-shirt rally approaching fast.


Ti: DAP should take responsibility for Bersih antics

PETALING JAYA: Recent antics during the Bersih 4 rally should not be linked entirely to the Chinese community as a whole but that of DAP leaders and their sympathisers, says MCA religious bureau chairman Datuk Seri Ti Lian Ker.