Bangladesh PM’s Office website post removed

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“They” have acted quickly: “they” have removed the post about Bangladesh citizens allegedly being given voting rights in Malaysia.

This is what the site looks like now.

I thought this might happen – but I didn’t think they would work that fast on a Saturday.

bangladesh PM's office websiteThe post is no longer retrievable even from Google cache. Fortunately, Yahoo still has a cached copy (click on thumbnail on the left). So here is a screenshot for posterity.

And this is the link to the Yahoo cache.

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yfl
yfl

Org cin cakap, “Habis makan mesti cuci mulut” !!!!… blink ! blink ! blink !….

Tun Fatimah
Tun Fatimah

Have you checked the existence of the 66th World Islamic Economic Forum mentioned in the picture? It says here that the forum was form since 6th march 2006, and this year will be their 9th World Islamic Economic Forum and its acronym is not WIFE but WIEF (http://wief.org/ )
Please check your facts first before spreading this ‘news’, else you are spreading false news.

Adrian
Adrian

Hey Jamie, I came here to verify as well. Do you realise that this post & most of the comments were made in 2011? Did he predicted the future or something? Being a Tech guy myself, you can’t change the time stamp log on an entry.

Jamie
Jamie

consider this scenario. The speed that the webpage was removed may be due to this:

1) The webpage wasn’t removed at all, in fact it had always been the way it is now – meaning no mention of Bangladeshi workers being given voting rights etc.

2) Which means the screencap is actually a screencap of the webpage, and edited to promote the writer’s agenda. The writer then claimed the real website has been tampered with, and that HIS screencap is the real thing.

Possible, no?

Mok
Mok

The cache did not work. How about providing screen shot instead ?

Chong
Chong

The speed at which the webpage was removed shows there is truth in the allegation. If someone had fabricated the story for malicious intent they would have welcomed the publicity. I can think of no reason why anyone would want to fabricate a story like this in the first place. Fitnah for what purpose? The only reason why the story was written is because it is true.

kittykat46
kittykat46

You should know once something is published on the Internet and has been picked up by others, it is practically impossible to cleanse it out…
Anyway, the “Fast Citizenship in return for BN Votes” seems to be a well known story among Indons and Banglas…

CPL
CPL

In FMT

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/2011/09/16/trying-in-vain-for-citizenship/

The man has been in Sarawak since 1953 and still not able to be a citizen. Maybe he should migrate to Bangladesh and then come back to Sarawak to fast track

Baygra
Baygra

Maybe it was removed by hackers. On the Home page, it is written HACKED BY CYB3R_MASTER_KASH_BOY

wandererAUS
wandererAUS

As usual lah, “You tolong gua, gua tolong you”…what can we expect from traitors of the nation. (If this is true, they) should be ashamed of yourself to trade the country just to clinch on to power!

Singam
Singam

The cache copy is still available here http://bit.ly/r1NxBt

Gerakan K
Gerakan K

Fitnah telah ditarik balik.

tunglang
tunglang

A proof for the world to see, read and shame is still a proof.
Nothing else to say? Even the Mongolian steppes roamed by Altantuya are full of this proof-echo!

Gerakan K
Gerakan K

Buat apa nak komen banyak-banyak mengenai *fitnah* ???

tunglang
tunglang

Sekarang orang kampung nak tahu apa yang SEBENAR dah jadi Malaysia, Tanah Air Ku.
Orang kampung tak mahu orang asing berhijrah ke negara yang cantik ini dan sewenang-wenang menjadi Rakyat Malaysia tanpa apa-apa syarat selain berundi siapa tahulah.
Inikah rezeki senang bagi orang Bangladeshi yang selama ini tak berkorban, mempertahankan dan bersumpah ke Negara Ku?

Kopi-O Kau Kau Orang Kampung – rasanya asli, jujur dan tanpa kotor-kotor.

tan, tanjung bungah
tan, tanjung bungah

Hi Gerakan K,

Fitnah! From Bangladesh’s Prime Minister Office official website? What does the PM of Bangladesh stand to gain from your so-called ‘fitnah’?

You again have discredited yourself in your overzealous attempt to ‘bodek’ BN and BNputras!!

Gerakan K
Gerakan K

Jika laporan tersebut bukan fitnah atau adalah 100% betul dan sahih, tiada sebab artikel tersebut ditarik balik.

rkasndhu
rkasndhu

What is so difficult to tarik balik. All Najib has to do is call his counterpart in Bangladesh and tell her, aiyaa, we giving your people citizenships must be secret lah, dont tell the whole world and they can delete the page. It (could be) a goverment to goverment deal.

Malaysian
Malaysian

Good work, Anil. Thanks to your foresight, our govt cannot deny the existence of such abuse. Now let’s see what both sides have to say about it?

I’m just so appalled with all these foreigners given instant citizenship when there are some Malaysians born here being denied of it. It’s one thing to legalise illegal workers but totally flagrant abuse to give them citizenship for ulterior motives!

What will become of our country? Now we have ‘Instant’ Malaysians, besides Instant Noodles. This is MADNESS!

anthony chew
anthony chew

instant madness, instant greed and instant glory!

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