Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin wants the police to investigate the small coloured flags being placed at various locations in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor that are said to be meeting points for opposition demonstrators after the polls results are announced.
Expressing concern over the matter, Muhyiddin said no
one has come forward to explain the meaning for the flags which were
found at numerous locations.
"I have received several SMS that
there are numerous locations where small flags of various colours were
placed on the ground in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor.
"I too wonder
what it is (flags). However, I read several online sources suggesting
that if Pakatan Rakyat were to lose, these places could become locations
for demonstrators to meet.
"It is like they are anticipating a
loss and are preparing to cause a problem," he said after witnessing the
handing over of 17 affordable homes to residents in Kampung Renchong
here on Friday.
"They could be preparing to protest and denounce
the decision made by the public (through their votes), which is a very
dangerous situation," he added.
Muhyiddin said when Barisan
Nasional lost several states in 2008, no scenes of chaos or displeasure
occurred but rather a peaceful transition took place. "This is a
massive psychological war the opposition is creating until it is causing
a lot of fear and discomfort to the people," he added.
urged the Inspector General of Police to personally investigate the
matter as it was a serious security concern nationwide. "Pakatan may
already claim that they have won but they cannot make such claims until
the rakyat has cast their votes on May 5.
"If you lose, just accept defeat. Don't be a desparado or a political rogue," he said.
Muhyiddin gave the assurance that Barisan Nasional will not create any problems and will respect the people's decision.