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HomeMalaysia NewsProtesters Rally on Malaysia Day to Challenge Zahid's Discharge: Report

Protesters Rally on Malaysia Day to Challenge Zahid’s Discharge: Report

Discharge of Zahid from Court leads several marched and raising voice against it in the country. People  as well as several political reformers raised voice ,marched in different places with chanting slogans like “Tolak Zahid” to consider again for this corruption case.

people hold rallies outside Masjid and other religious places ,delivered speeches against this unlawful decision that included several politicians in this case. Protesters gathered to voice their concern ,resulting a Malaysia Day challenge on Zahid Hamidi’s Case.

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On Malaysia Day, the “Selamatkan Malaysia” rally took place, drawing protesters clad in white who marched towards the Dang Wangi district police station. The crowd, chanting slogans like “tolak Zahid” (reject Zahid) and “dakwa Zahid” (charge Zahid), aimed to lodge a police report demanding the reevaluation of Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s Yayasan Akalbudi corruption case following a court decision that granted him a discharge not amounting to an acquittal.
The gathering commenced outside Masjid Kg Baru, where cries of “Reformati” echoed, a play on words referencing Pakatan Harapan’s “Reformasi” slogan. Several organizers stood on a lorry delivering speeches. Notable figures in attendance included former Umno Putrajaya deputy chief Datuk Tun Faisal Ismail Aziz, activist Badrul Hisham Shaharin (Chegubard), Bersatu information chief Razali Idris, and Pejuang information chief Rafique Rashid.

Tun Faisal emphasized to the crowd that it was not a rally but a gathering to voice their views. The police presence was notable near the Sogo shopping complex and Dang Wangi police headquarters, but they did not obstruct the march and even facilitated traffic flow.

Around 2:30 pm, Tun Faisal and four others entered the Dang Wangi police station. Police had previously rejected the organizers’ application to hold the rally, citing incomplete information that failed to meet the requirements of the Peaceful Assembly Act 2012. This event was driven by groups such as Gabungan Mahasiswa Islam Se-Malaysia and Perkasa, who claimed that the discharge of Zahid was a result of political interference.

Despite the rejection, the protesters gathered to voice their concerns, marking a significant event on Malaysia Day challenging the legal outcome of Zahid Hamidi’s case.