PR/DAP won with a majority of 398 votes albeit all the delay in officially announcement of the results. Still wondering here what was the reason behind the delay. Last ditch effort by SPR to reverse the result? No? Then why the sudden increased of 5k votes hours after the official announcement of number of votes ballotted? And the swing of the number of postal votes ballotted which finally stood at 2429 from the earlier 2809 which clearly exceeded the official registered number of 2537. On top of the above hanky panky, there was a moment of blackout during the process. What else can we think of given the SPR bad record of favoring their master. Given the above picture, we knew their loss was quite bad and attempts to manipulated the outcome cannot be rule out. Thus the delay.. Perhaps, it was intended for bookmakers or for other reasons not known to us. Whatever it is, DAP won with the help of the Chinese votes. We must attribute this win to Ibrahim Ali and Mahathir for their racist cry during the campaign period which further awakened the Chinese of East Malaysia. Like I have said earlier, the Chinese voters has matured beyond their evil ways to the stage that money is deemed useless. BN took Hulu Selangor was not due to the RM3M given to the Chinese school. Don't allow yourself to be distracted by that fact. The real fact then was merely using money to pay off part of PKR's machinery. Polling agent went missing and booths went unattended from noon in Sg Choh to Bukit Beruntung stretch. Coincidently, these are the areas which contributed to BN win in Hulu Selangor. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out why... Anyway, we had our celebration early albeit the early results and the low urban voters turnout. Somehow we were positive that the urban Chinese would deliver after all the insulting gestures by the PM undermining the principles of the people of Sibu. We couldn't wait for the official result to pop this beauty. By the time the official result came in we were already at the tailend of our celebration. Nevertheless, it was a victory so sweet which drove few of us to do crazy things.
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