S’wak cops pull plug on peaceful protest against proposed GPS-PN alliance

S’wak cops pull plug on peaceful protest against proposed GPS-PN alliance

9 days ago

Peter John Jaban said he was met by police officers who advised him that the gathering should be halted to protect the state’s peace and harmony. – Photo via Facebook/Peter John Jaban

KUCHING (Nov 23): Sarawak police has pulled the plug over a peaceful gathering that was scheduled to be held in the city here today to protest the proposed alliance between Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) with Perikatan Nasional (PN) and Parti Islam Se-Malaysia (PAS).

Sarawak social activist Peter John Jaban said he was met by police officers who advised him that the gathering should be halted to protect the state’s peace and harmony.

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