Karma reports on the Pakatan’s prospects at Bukit Selambau and Bukit Gantang:
The sentiment on the ground at the two Bukits appears positive for the PR. Thrilled to see multi-racial supporters giving massive support to PR. Many from all races were waving Pas flags drowning the BN supporters. A good sign for Malaysian solidarity if this is any indicator of race relations in the country.
In Bukit Gantang, PR waves were too huge to be subdued by BN supporters. If this is any indicator, Nizar will win big.
Bukit Selambau saw a storm in a tea cup among PR supporters. Surprised though to see now a multi-racial crowd swarming around the PR candidate, despite the media comments on the disgruntled supporters.
Anyway, let it be a fair contest among the candidates and this is what we cherish most in a democracy. The media too plays a role in giving a fair coverage for all candidates. BN should by now have learnt through mistakes that using the media to their advantage will backfire. Be fair to all and let the best candidate win. The people now want a 2-party system.
BN or PR, let the people decide. After all, politicians are chosen to serve the people.