The tweets, including one indirectly asking Anwar not to drag the people in his failed
attempt to take over Putrajaya,came as Anwar addressed a rally in Kelana Jaya to
question the general election outcome.
In another tweet, Azmin said the calls for reformasi should start with one whispering it
“Gagal ke Putrajaya. Salah siapa ? Ikuti penjelasan dalam masa terdekat.
(Failure to go to Putrajaya. Whose fault is it? Wait for the explanation soon),”
said Azmin in another tweet.
Azmin said the people were getting fed up with aggressive politics.
“Accept the punishment. Acknowledge your weaknesses. Progress forward.”
“Accept the verdict of the people.Move forward while focusing on policies which
benefit the people and not those which bully them.”
The rally was held to reject the results of some some seats despite Pakatan Rakyat
winning three states – Selangor, Penang and Kelantan.
Anwar, in his speech at the rally, said that many were upset with the election results and
claimed that their victory was stolen by BN.
Also present include DAP’s Lim Kit Siang and Penang chief minister Lim Guan Eng.
Meanwhile, former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said he had predicted
the rally would happen and had written about it in his blog.
“I wrote that the first Bersih and Bersih 2.0 was just a preliminary to a protest after
election if they lose. If they did not lose, they will not be protesting”.
“This is typical (losing behaviour) in trying to pressure the government and create
problems,” he said during a press conference after attending a Malaysian Harbour
Pilots Association dinner in Shah Alam last night.