Unlike rallies organised to show support for the Prime Minister where with so little information disseminated on where and when can be found online or in the newspaper and yet can still get [kononnya] 30,0o0 people to come support, rallies organised by the opposition is made known via many channels - leaflets, sms-es, announcements onlines through websites, blogs and forums. If there is a rally, ordinary people like Lulu would have heard about it.
So, Lulu was surprised to read that the police was mounting roadblocks around the city because of a rally.
Rally? what rally? How come Lulu didnt know there was a rally coming up?
and suddenly, Anwar comes into the picture.
Anwar disclaims knowledge or intention of a rally, stressing that the PR never made any decision to hold a gathering at the Parliament or its grounds on Monday.
The Star follows on to report that 'on a different matter, Anwar would be at the Travers police station at 2pm to give his statement over allegations that he had sodomised 23-year-old Saiful Bukhari Azlan."
This made Lulu wonder, does the Jln Travers police station fall within 5km of Parliament?
Is that the real intention of the court injunction?
Is the focal point the police station and not Parliament?
ahhh... what do you think?