Some 50 red-shirts gathered in front of the Perdana Leadership Foundation in Putrajaya after hearing several NGOs were having a meeting here today.
The meeting, the red-shirts claimed, was purportedly to discuss ways to hasten the toppling of Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak.
But Bersatu council member Abu Bakar Yahya, when meeting the group which was denied entry into the premises, denied that that was the case.
Instead, Abu Bakar said the meeting today was for Bersatu volunteers from Kelantan and Terengganu.
“I don’t know how it went viral,” he said, on the message detailing the purported agenda of the meeting.
Abu Bakar, who said that he was friends with the red-shirts, believed that it was all just a misunderstanding.
“It’s fortunate that this was settled amicably.
“(Red-shirts leader) Jamal (Md Yunos) is an old friend, he understands. I understand him, he understand me,” said the former Selangor Perkasa chief.
Jamal, however, was not present at today’s gathering.
His supporters, on the other hand, said that their backing off from persisting to enter the building after listening to the explanation was proof that they were not gangsters as touted by many.
Source : Malaysiakini