TTF declined offer by ex-judge to participate in new multiracial party

TANJUNG MALIM: A former judge, an ex military official, two prominent politicians from PPBM and four others from UMNO and Gerakan met today in Tanjung Malim to discuss the establishment of a new political entity.

TTF, which attended the meeting on invitation, was represented by owner Raggie Jessy Rithaudeen and three associates, all of whom are currently linked to opposition based parties.

The meeting was chaired by the former judge and discussed the possibility of forming a political entity that could assemble key activists, politicians, people of stature and former defence personnel to represent multicultural Malaysia in a holistic sense.


Rithaudeen was invited to chair a subsequent meeting but declined to participate in the establishment of a new political entity on grounds that his struggle was pro-Islamic and that his commitment was to lead non-political organisations.

The ex-judge then handed over seven files to TTF for consideration.

The files contained damning documents that detailed almost a hundred crimes committed by certain opposition and government politicians.

A follow up meeting is scheduled to be held on the 29th of January 2019.

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