During the lead up to the recently concluded Sarawak PRN12, I uploaded numerous tik tok videos on Sarawak’s right to independence. Today I attended at the Central Police Station to answer on numerous reports lodged against me concerning those videos.
I am being investigated under S505 (b) of the Penal Code (please see the section attached) which carries a prison term of up to 2 years or fine or both.
My said tik tok videos were educational as all the information on independence are obtained through the web/internet. There is no incitement of any kind in my said tik tok videos.
I spoke on Sarawak’s right to independence through Unilateral Declaration of Independence (UDI). I also spoke on Malaya’s independence in 1957 from Great Britain & Singapore’s independence in 1965 through the separation from Malaysia. All these information and facts are written in the historical books. Students study these in schools.
I believe in the freedom of speech for all as provided in our constitution. Facts, history and the law cannot and must not be twisted. The people have a right to know of their rights.
I will continue to stand on the side of Sarawak and speak on her right to MERDEKA.