Parti Cinta Malaysia (PCM) has accused DAP Secretary-General Lim Guan Eng of apparently instigating Sarawak to secede from Malaysia in a speech made at a DAP convention in Sarawak yesterday.
PCM Vice-President Huan Cheng Guan claims that based on a report he read in a news portal, Lim’s remarks were seditious in nature and ought to be investigated by police.
“We have lodged a police report today because it is as if Lim was asking Sarawak to leave the Federation.
“We ask the police to investigate and take action as per the report, which appeared on Malay Mail Online,” Huan told reporters outside the Prai police station today.
Yesterday, Lim called on Sarawak Chief Minister Adenan Satem and Barisan Nasional affiliate parties in East Malaysia to leave the coalition if their requests for devolution of power and demands for greater autonomy were not met by the Federal government.
In the article in question, the Penang CM told his Sarawak counterpart that he should set a deadline for the Federal government to grant his demand for greater autonomy, as pledged in the last state election.