Sunday, 5 May 2013


AT A PRESS conference yesterday, State Police Commissioner (CP) Datuk Hamza Taib assured the public  that the police force has adequate manpower to ensure order and security on polling day.

He said the police has set up a taskforce and special units to ensure that nothing will disrupt the voting process.

The CP disclosed that as of April 20, a total of 322 reports under the Election Offences Act were received. However, there were no untoward incidents that could jeopardise security in the State.

The police force has monitored a total of 2,500 campaign activities statewide.

Commenting on speculations of phantom voters being sent to Sabah from Peninsular Malaysia, Hamza said that the Police has not received any reports on phantom voters so far.

"I do not see how they can claim that there are phantom voters because we know how strict the voting process will be ," he said. (Insight Sabah)

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