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Feb 28, 2008

Missing candidate lodges police report

KAPAR: Parti Keadilan Rakyat's missing Sementa candidate, Suzaimi Salam, yesterday remained elusive to both his former party members and the media.

The 34-year-old Kapar Youth chief was not at home, when the media came calling, at Jalan Sungai Siam Rantau Panjang.

His teacher wife, Zaleha Abdul Hamid, refused to speak to reporters when she returned home from school at 1.50pm and literally slammed the door on them.

Kapar PKR chief Mohd Bakir Abd Wahab yesterday said Suzaimi has been ignoring his calls.

"I have tried calling him to find out the reason for his disappearance on polling day, but he never takes my calls."

Bakir said he had noting new to tell the Press as he was still in the dark himself.

Meanwhile, Selangor PKR liaison committee chairman Datuk Dr Zainal Abidin Ahmad said he personally believes that Suzaimi should be suspended.

However he said only the party's central committee could take such action.

"We will wait for the outcome of their investigation and hear his side before deciding on what action to take."

The insurance agent, who decided to go to Port Dickson with his family, allowed incumbent Datuk Abdul Raman Palil to win the Sementa state seat uncontested last Sunday.

Meanwhile, police yesterday said Suzaimi contacted them at 9pm last Monday night and had gone to the Kapar police station at 10am yesterday.

Klang police chief Assistant Commissioner Mohamed Mat Yusop said police had taken a statement from Suzaimi, in relation to missing person's report lodged by Mohd Bakir, on Monday.

He declined to comment on what Suzaimi told police.

Meanwhile PKR supreme council member and Kapar candidate S.Manikavasagam yesterday lodged a report with the Selangor Anti-Corruption Agency.

"We believe there could be an element of bribery involved in the case and we want both the ACA and police to investigate the case thoroughly,"

Manikavasagam said the ACA also advised them to lodge a report with the Election Commission. - NST


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