Perkasa to monitor sensitive issues
Perkasa has sent out an order to all its 'troops' to keep a look-out on bloggers, tweets, and newsportals.
They are asked to zero in on sensitive issues relating to Islam, Bahasa Malaysia, Malay special rights, citizenship of non-Malays and issues pertaining to the position of the King.
“I have told them to immediately lodge police report and give us a copy of the report (if they come across such articles,” Perkasa president Ibrahim Ali said at a press conference here today.
Perkasa has 5,940 grassroots leaders in 99 districts throughout the country, comprising former army personnel and police officials, and ex-parliamentarians and assemblymen.
Ibrahim, who is also Pasir Mas MP, said he has also instructed grassroots leaders to attend talks and seminars where certain individuals tended to raise sensitive issues.