MyKad syndicate: Ramkarpal slanders UMNO man

Ramkarpal’s outburst was not anchored in fact. Source (pic): MMO

DAP MP Ramkarpal Singh has made a serious yet baseless allegation against Umno man Datuk Omar Faudzar who he claims accused the DAP of involvement in a syndicate to sell identity cards and bring in phantom voters.

According to a news report, Ramkarpal, who heads DAP’s national legal bureau, said Omar’s allegation was “completely baseless” and not backed up by any proof.

However, a quick check by TTF revealed that Omar never once spoke of the DAP being involved in any scam in any manner that was definitive or conclusive.

Instead, he merely suggested that the authorities look into the possibility of the DAP being involved in such a scam to increase the number of Chinese voters in the country.

It is entirely possible that Ramkarpal is attempting to shift conversations away from the DAP which currently receives a lot of flak from netizens, accusing the party of being behind a MyKad scam.


PETALING JAYA: DAP MP Ramkarpal Singh has made a serious yet baseless allegation against Umno man Datuk Omar Faudzar who he claims accused the DAP of involvement in a MyKad scam.

According to a news report, Ramkarpal, who heads DAP’s national legal bureau, said Omar’s allegation was “completely baseless” and not backed up by any proof.




“He has provided not an iota of evidence to substantiate his claim which is capable of inciting hatred against the DAP.

“His statement is a clear provocation with intent to incite unrest which must be investigated and action taken,” the Bukit Gelugor MP was quoted as saying.

However, a quick check by TTF revealed that Omar never once spoke of the DAP being involved in any scam in any manner that was definitive or conclusive.

Instead, he merely suggested that the authorities look into the possibility of the DAP being involved in such a scam to increase the number of Chinese voters in the country.

It is entirely possible that Ramkarpal is attempting to shift conversations away from the DAP which currently receives a lot of flak from netizens, accusing the party of being behind a MyKad scam.

To recap, on the 19thof Sept 2019, police arrested 19 individuals in Penang along with a National Registration Department (RTD) assistant director on suspicion of involvement in the production and sale of fake birth certificates and MyKads.

According to the Inspector-General of Police, Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador, the motive of the syndicates and individuals involved was only illegal monetary gain, adding that the NRD and the Immigration Department were assisting in tracing previous cases.

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Early this week, the 2018 Auditor-General’s Report Series 2 found that 95 per cent of Chinese and Indian tourists that came to Malaysia between the years 2016 and 2018 did not register exit dates.

However, the director-general of Immigration, Datuk Khairul Dzaimee Daud, clarified that the report’s findings were inaccurate as the actual number of Chinese tourists who remained in the country was 18,341, not the 76,258 reported.

Khairul added that the accurate figures would be provided to the National Audit Department soon.

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