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Aid for schools in Puchong

May 13th, 2013
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Hmm…no wonder didn’t win GE13, just give RM5,000 to school. Give lah RM50,000 ke… ūüôā ¬†RM14,000 water filter was last year…so this expectation surely higher! I’m sure this is not vote buying. Its just a coincidence that the candidate for GE13 was available to pass the aid.


Timely assistance: Kohilan celebrating with SJK (T) Castlefield pupils after presenting the RM5,000 aid to Amani.

Timely assistance: Kohilan celebrating with SJK (T) Castlefield pupils after presenting the RM5,000 aid to Amani.

Former deputy foreign affairs minister A. Kohilan Pillay presented RM5,000 each to eight primary schools in Puchong recently.

“We want the pupils to improve their overall performance in the UPSR (Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah) exams.

‚ÄúBy providing the aid and facilities, we hope to produce more pupils with 7As this year,‚ÄĚ said Kohilan after presenting the first cheque to SJK (T) Castlefield in Taman Perindustrian Puchong.

The aid will be used to organise seminars, motivational camps and extra classes for Year Six pupils.

In addition, 40 pupils from each school will receive the Score-A, an online e-study programme, and a dictionary each.

The other schools that will receive the aid are SJK(T) Kinrara, SJK(T) Batu 14 Puchong. SJK(T) Serdang, SJK(C) Han Ming, SJK(C) Sin Ming, SJK(C) Ladang Harcroft and SJK(C) Yak Chee.

Meanwhile SJK(T) Tun Samban-than in Subang Jaya will also be receiving the Score-A programme.

The aid is provided as part of an ongoing initiative to provide better education and facilities to students.

‚ÄúWe gave 97 Tamil schools in Selangor a RM14,000 water filter each last year, and RM3,000 worth of books for the libraries the year before,‚ÄĚ said Kohilan.

SJK(T) Castlefield headmistress Amani Nambial said the school was happy with the contribution as money was needed to run the talks and seminars.

‚ÄúHopefully, the Score-A programme will help the pupils perform better in the exams,‚ÄĚ she said.

There are 95 pupils in Year Six at the school.



GE13 Elections Updates

May 5th, 2013
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Starting updates a bit late.


–¬†At 2.50am, EC says BN has 133 federal seats, Pakatan has 85 with 4 seats to be declared.

–¬†PSM president Dr Nasir Hashim defeated at Kota Damansara, Arutchelvan also lost in Semenyih. [shocking but Dr Nasir lost to BN candidate]


–¬†BN 132, PKR 26, PAS 21, DAP 37. 6 seats left. BN fares worse than 2008.

–¬†DUN Seri Andalas¬†@xavierjayakumar¬†retains seat beating T Mohan MIC and Hindraf Uthaya.

–¬†MIC’s sole female candidate lost at Port Dickson state seat.


– Manikavasagam (ex-MP Kapar) lost state seat Bukit Melawati with about 800 majority.

– GE13 – At 2.30am, EC says BN has 130 federal seats, Pakatan has 81 with 11 seats left to be declared.

–¬†PAS candidate Kumutha lost (again) Tiram state seat.@OnlineMIC candidate Sooriyanarayanan lost Puteri Wangsa.


–¬†BN has retained both Perak and Terengganu with slim majority. It will rule Perak with a three-seat majority (BN 31, Pakatan 28), while in Terengganu, it has a two-seat majority (BN 17, Pakatan 15).


– BN 129, PKR 24, PAS 20, DAP 36. 13 seats left.


–¬†@OnlineMIC improved on 2008 results. 4 parliaments seats won. but two bigwigs lost. another 2 results not out yet.


– BN 126, PKR 22, PAS 20, DAP 35. BN fails to get 2/3.

–¬†@SMurugessan¬†¬†lost to PAS Siti Mariah. Hindraf Uthayakumar lost deposit.

– Kapar and Subang no results yet.


–¬†Hulu Selangor won by @PKamalanathan¬†. Edmund Santhara lost deposit.

– Kamache Devi wins Sabai from BN.

– Ijok, MIC’s Partibhan lost.


– BN retains Johor.

–¬†PAS needs 4 seats to equal 2008 results. PKR is worse as needs 10 more. DAP already exceed by 9! 23 seats left to be counted.

–¬†BN needs 15 to equal 2008 GE results and 23 to get 2/3. PR needs one more to deny 2/3.

–¬†PKR candidate Abdul Aziz Bari loses SABAK BERNAM to Umno’s Mohd Fasiah Mohd Fakeh from a 1,644 majority.

–¬†BN’s Abdul Aziz Sheikh Fadzir defeated Saifuddin Nasution Ismail with a majority of 3,935 votes

–¬†Official : Pakatan Rakyat retains Pulau Pinang with 2/3 majority.


– Tenggaroh state seat. MIC candidate Ravin’s wins with handsome majority. He is son of former Tenggaroh ADUN Krishnasamy who was murdered some years ago in JB.


РBN 124, PKR 20, PAS 18, DAP 35. BN need another 24 to get 2/3.  PR as a whole need 9 seat to be equal 2008 results.

– PR unable to win any new states, and also lost Kedah.


– MCA president says MCA won’t take any govt posts. Lost more than half seats compared to 2008, so far.


– PM mentioned about Chinese tsunami causing the change. Fingers pointed at DAP. But are the Chinese that dumb/ignorant?

– Hope SPR wont go about doing realignment of parliament seats. Gerrymandering to create lesser Chinese-influenced seats.

– Official Result as at 1:25 am – BN = 122 seats PR = 71 seats. Left 29 seats.

–¬†BN has retained Perak with a simple majority, 30 out of 59 seats. Another 4 seats left to be confirmed.



– Sg Siput Dr Michael Jayakumar wins over SK Devamany.


– PM Najib speech voicing concern about Chinese vote swing and voting along racial or other “negative” elements. Hopes for national reconciliation.

–¬†BN retakes Perak, says EC.


Р Official : Barisan Nasional (BN) retains Sabah after securing simple majority with 33 out of 60 state seats.

– Left with Johor and Kedah only to be confirmed.

– BN needs another 35 seats to get 2/3 majority. If get, maybe tomorrow holiday? ūüôā


–¬†PKR wins P124 Bandar Tun Razak.

– BN wins GE13. Forms federal government with simple majority of 112 seats.


–¬†P65 IPOH BARAT – Pakatan 45420, BN 16382. Kulasegaran won.

– Sepang won by PAS! BN’s Zin Mohamed lost.

–¬†PAS retains Kelantan with simple majority by winning 23 out of 45 state seat


–¬†Official Result – independent candidate Ibrahim Ali loses P22 Pasir Mas.[happy beyond words!!!]

–¬†BN wins P126 Jelebu, P127 Jempol, P129 Kuala Pilah, P131 Rembau, P133 Tampin. PKR wins P132 Telok Kemang. [ MIC candidate lost Teluk Kemang]


–¬†DAP’s Tony Pua retains PJ Utara with a 44,672-vote majority, bagging 57,407 votes to Chew Hoong Ling’s (BN) 12,735

–¬†Barisan Nasional (BN) retains Terengganu with simple majority by winning 17 out of 32 state seat

–¬†Official Results – BN wins P171 Sepanggar, P176 Kimanis, P179 Ranau, P18 Keningau, P181 Tenom.

РSo PR failed to capture NS, Malacca, Perlis, Pahang, Terengganu. Got back Perak. Retain Selangor, Kelantan, Penang. Left Sabah, Johor, Kedah. If lose Kedah, then its less states than in 2008 but stronger hold in Penang, Perak and Selangor.


–¬†Official Result – PM Najib¬†wins P85 Pekan.[as expected!]


–¬†Official: BN has 95 parliamentary seats as at 12.20am. Need 17 more for a simple majority

–¬†Barisan Nasional (BN) retains Pahang with two thirds majority

–¬†Official Result – BN wins P95 Tanjong Karang, P96 Kuala Selangor

–¬†Official Result – BN wins P142 Labis. [Ramakrishnan loses against MCA’s Chua Tee Yong, deputy agri minister]

–¬†Official Result – PKR wins P150 Batu Pahat against Puad Zarkashi. [another deputy minister gone]

–¬†Official Result – BN’s Mustapa Mohamed wins P30 Jeli.

–¬†Official:Barisan Nasional (BN) retained Negeri Sembilan with a simple majority with 19 out of 36 state seats


–¬†P77 TANJONG MALIM – BN 28225, Pakatan 23897.

–¬†Official Results – BN wins P1 Padang Besar, P2 Kangar, P3 Arau

–¬†Official – Perlis still in BN’s hands with two-thirds majority.


–¬†Official Results – PKR wins P116 Wangsa Maju, DAP wins P117 Segambut, DAP wins P123 Cheras.

–¬†P186 SANDAKAN – Pakatan 14226, BN 13138. Pakatan WINS.

–¬†Official : Barisan Nasional (BN) retains Melaka with a two-thirds majority in the 13th general election


–¬†Official Result – BN wins P134 Masjid Tanah, P136 Tangga Batu, P139 Jasin.

–¬†P99 AMPANG – Pakatan 41969, BN 28691.

–¬†Official – BN has formed state government in Melaka with simple majority, winning 17 out of 28 state seats so far.


– in Malacca, CM Ali Rustam is in brink of losing.

– PAS’ Zuklifly Ahmad lost his Kuala Selangor seat.

– PR retained 3 states, and unofficial news is got Perak but lost Kedah.


–¬†Official Result – BN wins P154 Mersing, 155 Tenggara, P157 Pengerang, P164 Pontian.


–¬†Official Result – BN wins P92 Sabak Bernam.

– SPR parliament status: BN 81, PAS 6, DAP 21, PKR 10.


–¬†Official Result – BN wins P40 Kemaman.

–¬†Incumbent Nurul Izzah Anwar wins Lembah Pantai parliamentary seat with a majority of 1847 votes.

–¬†P136: TANGGA BATU: MELAKA: BN’s Datuk Dr Abu Bakar Mohamad Diah wins 15,633 majority

–¬†PPP president M Kavyeas’s bid to be the PASIR BEDEMAR state rep failed. Lost by 13,037 majority

–¬†Official Result – PAS wins P57 Parit Buntar.

–¬†Official Result – PAS wins P59 Bukit Gantang.

–¬†P153 SEMBRONG – BN 22841, Pakatan 12210. BN WINS

–¬†Official Result – BN wins P61 Padang Rengas. [Minister Nazri]

–¬†P43 BAGAN – Pakatan 46466, BN 12307. Pakatan WINS

–¬†Official Result – DAP wins P64 Ipoh Timur.

–¬†Official Result – DAP wins P76 Teluk Intan

–¬†Official Result – DAP wins P50 Jelutong.

–¬†Official Result – DAP wins P48 Bukit Bendera.

–¬†Kit Siang sweeps Gelang Patah in 14,812-majority victory. Major blow for BN as its cradle of Nusajaya.


–¬†Official Result – BN wins P29 Machang.

–¬†P083 PKR wins Kuantan (Pahang): Fuziah Salleh (PKR) by 4,515-vote majority

–¬†Official Result – BN wins P33 Besut.

–¬†Official Result – BN wins P34 Setiu.

–¬†P070 DAP wins Kampar (Perak): Ko Chung Sen (DAP) by 5,400-vote majority

–¬†It’s official for N22 Teratai, DAP Tiew Way Keng polled 23578 to win with 13646 majority

–¬†Official result as 11.30pm. PKR Nurul Izzah Anwar won Lembah Pantai parliamentary seat with 31,008 votes.

–¬†Official Result – DAP wins P51 Bukit Gelugor.

–¬†Official Result – BN’s Datuk Zambry Abd Kadir wins N52 Pangkor in Perak with 5,124 majority.


–¬†PAS’s Hadi Awang wins Ru Rendang state seat

–¬†Official Result – BN wins P11 Pendang.

–¬†P8 POKOK SENA – Pakatan 36198, BN 32263. Pakatan WINS.

–¬†Official Result – BN wins P6 Kubang Pasu.

–¬†PKR Rafizi Ramli polled 48183 votes to win Pandan w/ 26729 majority.

–¬†Official Result – BN wins P26 Ketereh.

– Unofficial news is Kedah is back to BN.


– Penang CM Lim Guan Eng retains Bagan seat.

РNot much news on MIC candidates except G Palanivel and Dr Subra.  Seems Murugesan  and Devamany lost (unconfirmed)


–¬†Incumbent MP Khalid Samad has defeated Perkasa vice-president Zulkifli Noordin in ¬†Shah Alam¬†with a slight increase in majority.¬†PAS – 48,835,¬†BN – 38,084, ¬†Majority –¬† 10,751 [the best news for me!]

– Health Minister Liow Tiong Lai wins Bentong.

– parliament seat status (official): BN 45, DAP 17, PKR 3, PAS 1.


– Parliamentary seats as at 11pm (official): BN 38, PAS 1, DAP 13, PKR 2


–¬†Anwar Ibrahim wins in Permatang Pauh.


Official results:

– Titiwangsa – BN wins with 26,809 votes

– Seputeh – DAP wins with 61,500 votes

– Malim Nawar (Perak)-DAP wins with 11,296 votes

– Sibu (Sarawak)-BN wins with 23,967


– Seems like Penang and Kelantan remains with PR. So is Selangor. Conflicting news about Perak and NS.

РBN Penang state chairman Teng Chang Yeow  resigns after losing.


– BN won 32 parliament seats, DAP 10 and PKR 1. Official from SPR.


– MIC President G Palanivel wins Cameron Highlands with 462 vote majority.

– DR Subra retains Segamat.

What we know so far as of 10.30pm:

– BN wins Putrajaya as Tengku Adnan beat Husam Musa of PAS with bigger majority of 5541.

– DAP wins P114 Kepong as Tan Seng Giaw trashed PPP Chandrakumanan with 40,307 majority [as expected]

– DAP wins P49 Tanjong with 28,645

Р BN wins P206 Tanjung Manis

– DAP wins P196 Stampin

– BN wins P194 Petra Jaya with 21,443 majority.

– BN wins P193 Santubong with 20,936 majority.

– BN wins P198 Mambong

– DAP wins Cheras with 30k+ majority.

РPKR  wins P219 Miri with about 2k majority.

– DAP wins Bukit Bintang [as expected].

– BN has won more than 26 parliament seats while DAP has 5. Others none. Official announcement by SPR.

Some of my election result prediction (expectation?)

May 5th, 2013
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Not based on any scientific method. Just based on hearsay, some residents’ comments and gut feeling ūüôā


Kota Raja will see Uthayakumar against Murugesan of MIC. Expecting Murugesan to win, or the PAS candidate to win. My bet is Murugesan by slim margin.

Kapar will see two newcomers from PKR and MIC. Expect PKR to win.

Puchong should be Gobind Singh against Kohilan Pillay. Expect DAP’s Gobind Singh to win.

Subang – Sivarasa will take on MIC new face A Prakash. Sivarasa to win.

Seri Andalas state seat will see HRP Uthayakumar against T Mohan of MIC and Xavier of PKR. Expect Xavier to win.

Hulu Selangor, expect Kamalanathan to win comfortably.

Batu Caves, expect MIC candidate to lose against PKR.

Klang, Charles Santiago to win over Teh Kim Poo.


Cameron Highlands, MIC President G Palanivel against DAP’s Manoharan and 2 other independents. Expect Palanivel to win.

Sabai expect MIC candidate to win.


Its SK Devamany against PSM Dr Jayakumar for Sungai Siput. The worry that funds will dry up if Dr gets elected may well push Devamany to finishing line ahead of others. Sad, but that’s reality.

Tapah – M Saravanan will defend seat against ex-Hindraf Vasantha Kumar, Saravanan to win comfortably.

Ipoh Barat is DAP’s Kula against independent and MCA candidate. Kula to win.

Buntong expect Sivasubramaniam to beat Sivaraajh.

Pasir Bedamar: Expect Kayveas to win.

Jelapang expect both PSM and MIC candidate to lose to DAP.

Hutan Melintang – tough to say. Expect MIC win.

Batu Gajah, Sivakumar to retain seat.


Batu Kawan: Kasturirani to win.

Perai: P Ramasamy to win with lesser majority.

Bagan Dalam, DAP’s Thanasekaran to win again.

Batu Uban expect BN to win against Jayabalan.

Bukit Gelugor, Karpal Singh to retain seat.


Lunas, expect MIC to win.

Bukit Selambau, expect MIC to win.

Padang Serai, expect BN to win over Gobalakrishnan and PKR’s Surendran.

N Sembilan

Telok Kemang: expect MIC to lose against PKR by slim margin.

Port Dickson, PKR to retain seat, beating MIC.

Jeram Padang, MIC to win over PKR.


Segamat, expect Dr Subra to retain seat, beating Chua Jui Meng.

Tenggaroh, expect MIC to win against DAP.

Puteri Wangsa, expect PAS to win against MIC.

Labis, Ramakrishnan will find hard against Chua Tee Yong. Expect MCA man to win.


Expect all independents to lose.

Look mom, I got a degree!

April 17th, 2013
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Five election candidates has been accused (by the opposing side, of course) of holding academic qualifications from dubious universities. They are:

1. Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister Kohilan Pillay (candidate for Puchong) – Masters in Commercial and Industrial Economy from the Western Pacific University, US. [There’s actually two uni with same name, one in California and another in Hawaii. Wonder which one Kohilan studied at].

2. Port Klang Authority chairman Teh Kim Pooh, (Klang) – DBA from New Port University, US. (Same uni as Perlis Menteri Besar got his doctorate from). [Newport University’s website does not exist. Doesn’t that sound weird?]

3. AB Wahab Ibrahim (Taman Medan) -doctoreate from Irish International University, UK. [This is a well known notorious one. Check their website¬†and also read this Malaysian court judgement –¬†

4. Ching Eu Boon (Pandamaran) – doctorate from St George University International. [website doesn’t exist¬†¬†and not to be confused with St George’s Uni]

5. Lee Ban Seng (Kajang) – degree from Rutherford University.[ world famous case –¬†]

Person number 5 said he’s degree is from American Liberty University, not Rutherford. This ALU is recognised in California ( but not in another state in US, Oregon ( Weird huh?

In any case, readers can check

For US universities, one can check at

Try search google for the above universities and you can make interesting conclusions.

Do note, that in many cases these universities will claim they are unaccredited/new university/online learning/distance learning type, thus not in the accredited list.

Full Article:

Five Barisan Nasional candidates for seats in Selangor are holding fake degrees, alleged DAP election strategist Ong Kian Ming.

‚ÄúIt is disappointing that the candidates listed academic qualifications from universities which issue bogus academic degrees for a payment,‚ÄĚ he claimed.

Among the names mentioned is Selangor Gerakan chief A Kohilan Pillay, who is also the deputy foreign affairs minister.

Kohilan is slated to contest for the Puchong parliamentaryseat and had listed in his biodata that he obtained a Masters degree in Commercial and Industrial Economy from the Western Pacific University in the US.

Ong alleged that Western Pacific University was found to be a degree mill, and it was closed down by the authorities some time back.

‚ÄúEven more shocking is that Kohilan is our caretaker deputy foreign affairs minister! It is a disgrace if Kohilan had indeed ‚Äėbought‚Äô a degree to bolster his credentials,‚ÄĚ he said.

Ong also accused Teh Kim Pooh, BN aspirant for the Klang parliamentary seat, of obtaining his doctorate in business administration from the New Port University in the US.

‚ÄúIn 2009, an English daily had said that New Port University is a degree mill. This is the same university our caretaker Perlis menteri besar Isa Sabu got his doctorate as well,‚ÄĚ he claimed.

Teh is also the Port Klang Authority chairman.

Others accused of holding fake degrees are AB Wahab Ibrahim (Taman Medan), Ching Eu Boon (Pandamaran) and Lee Ban Seng (Kajang).

Ong alleged that the Irish International University, where Wahab obtained his doctorate, was raided by the British authorities in 2008 for being a bogus varsity.

He added that St George University International, where Ching obtained his doctorate, was also claimed to be a degree mill.

‚ÄúAnd it is the same case with Lee, who obtained his degree from the Rutherford University,‚ÄĚ he claimed.

The DAP leader said although election law does not require a candidate to hold paper qualification, the candidates‚Äô integrity could be questioned if they had to ‚Äúbuy‚ÄĚ their degrees to cheat the electorate.

‚ÄúIf these candidates are willing to dupe voters about their academic qualifications, what other areas would these candidates be willing to lie about, including in areas of public interest such as management of public funds and the proper use of public resources?‚ÄĚhe asked.

BN reps dismiss allegations

Contacted later, Kohilan said: ‚ÄúAsk DAP to show proof. If not, I‚Äôm going to sue them.‚ÄĚ

Teh also dismissed the allegations, saying DAP was playing up an old issue to discredit his candidacy.

‚ÄúIt‚Äôs a non-issue and if DAP wants to harp on it, then go ahead,‚ÄĚ he said.

Explaining the matter, Teh said that he did pursue a doctorate from 1999 to 2002, which involved taking up 12 subjects and completing three theses.

‚ÄúI even produced my certificates and theses to the court during a trial. Even my former supervisor in the university was willing to take the stand. Tell DAP to check on that first,‚ÄĚ he said.

Lee, on the other hand, said there was an error in his biodata.

‚ÄúI received my degree from America Liberty University, not Rutherford University,‚ÄĚ he added.

FMT could not reach Wahab and Ching for comments despite several attempts.


List of Indian candidates for 13th General Elections (full)

April 16th, 2013
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Updated with all parliament seats and states seats finalised.

Below is full  list of Indian candidates standing for parliament or state seats according to the parties they represent. Sorted by party and seat type in alphabetical order.

Total of 133 candidates including two contesting two seats (parliament and state).

It will be updated as new info is acquired. And as you know, anything can happen from now till nomination date.

Most interesting fights will be in Selangor (Kota Raja, Kapar, Puchong, Subang, Seri Andalas) and Perak (Tapah, Sg Siput) where we can see more than one Indian candidates going for the same  seat.

Kota Raja will see Uthayakumar against Murugesan of MIC.

Kapar will see two newcomers from PKR and MIC.

Puchong should be Gobind Singh against Kohilan Pillay.

Subang – Sivarasa will take on MIC new face A Prakash.

Seri Andalas state seat will see HRP Uthayakumar against T Mohan of MIC and Xavier of PKR.

Kota Alam Shah, expect DAP’s Ganabatirau to beat Maglin De Cruz of PPP.

Cameron Highlands, MIC President G Palanivel against DAP’s Manoharan and 2 other independents.

In Perak, its SK Devamany against PSM Dr Jayakumar for Sungai Siput, and in Tapah M Saravanan will defend seat against ex-Hindraf Vasantha Kumar, while Ipoh Barat is DAP’s Kula against independent.

Other places seeing at least two Indian candidates pitting against each other are:

Batu Kawan, Nilai, Senawang, Repah, Buntong, Pasir Bedamar, Perai, Bagan Dalam, Kota Alam Shah, Lunas, Hulu Selangor, Tenggaroh, Puteri Wangsa, Bukit Selambau, Sabai, Jeram Padang, Port Dickson, Jelapang, Hutan Melintang, Batu Caves, Padang Serai, Batu Uban, and Kuala Kubu Bahru. So a total of 32 seats involves more than one Indian candidates.

Also this is a first time an Indian is contesting in Sabah (Marcel Jude as independent in Api- Api state seat)

DAP (23)

Parliament (8)

P46 Batu Kawan (Penang) – KASTHURIRAANI A/P PATTO (new face)

p51 Bukit Gelugor (Penang) – KARPAL SINGH

P65 Ipoh Barat (Perak) –¬†M. KULASEGARAN A/L V. MURUGESON


P78 Cameron Highlands (Perak) –¬†MANOGARAN A/L MARIMUTHU

P103  Puchong (Selangor) РGobind Singh Deo

P110 Klang (Selangor) – Charles Santiago


State (15)




N24 Senawang (N Sembilan) –¬†GUNASEKAREN A/L PALASAMY


N35 Sabai (Pahang) – Kamache Doray Rajoo


N55 Pasir Bedemar (Perak) –¬†TERENCE NAIDU A/L V.RAJA @ RAJA NAIDU

n57 Sungkai (Perak) –¬†SIVANESAN A/L ACHALINGAM


N16 Perai (Penang) –¬†¬†P.RAMASAMY A/L PALANISAMY

N29 Datok Keramat (Penang) –¬†JAGDEEP SINGH DEO A/L KARPAL SINGH


N34 Bukit Gasing (Selangor) –¬†RAJIV A/L RISHYAKARAN

N48 Kota Alam Shah (Selangor) –¬†GANABATIRAU A/L VERAMAN (new face) (ex-Hindraf 5)


HRP (2)

Parliament (1)

P111 Kota Raja (Selangor) – P Uthayakumar (new face)

State (1)

N49 Seri Andalas (Selangor) –¬†P Uthayakumar (new face)


Gerakan (3)

Parliament (3)

P46 Batu Kawan (Penang) – N.Gobalakrishnan (new face)

P103 Puchong (Selangor) – A. Kohilan Pillay (new face)

P117 Segambut (KL) РJayanthi Devi Balaguru (new face)

State (0)



 KITA (4)

Parliament (0)


State (4)

N32 Kuala Ketil (Kedah) –¬†¬†KRISHNAN A/L GANAPATHY (new face)

N34 Lunas (Kedah) –¬†PREBAKARRAN A/L NARAYANAN NAIR¬†(new face)

N08 Machap (Malacca) –¬†RAVINTHER A/L SEKARAN

N14 Machang Bubuk (Penang) –¬†VIKNESWARAN A/L MUNIANDY¬†(new face)


MIC (27)

Parliament (9)

P62 Sungai Siput (Perak) –¬†SK Devamany

P72  Tapah (Perak) РM Saravanan

P78 Cameron Highlands (Pahang) – G Palanivel

P94 Hulu Selangor (Selangor) –¬†P Kamalanathan

P107 Subang (Selangor) – A Prakash Rao (new face)

P109 Kapar (Selangor) -A Sakthivel (new face)

P111 Kota Raja (Selangor) –¬†Murugesan Sinnandavar

P132 Teluk Kemang (N Sembilan) – VS Mogan

P140 Segamat (Johor) – Dr S Subramaniam

State (18)

N33 Tenggaroh (Johor) РK Ravin Kumar (new face)

N41 Puteri Wangsa (Johor) – M Soorian Narayanan

N9 Gambir (Johor) – M Asojan

N Kahang (Johor) – R Vidyananthan

N25 Bukit Selambau (Kedah) –¬† ML Maran¬†(new face)

N34 Lunas (Kedah) – S Ananthan

N7 Gadek (Malacca) РMS Mahadevan (new face)

N7 Jeram Padang (N Sembilan) РL. Manikam (new face)

N33 Port Dickson (N Sembilan) РDr P Thanaletchumi (new face)

N35 Sabai (Pahang) РR Goonasakaran (new face)

N9 Bagan Dalam (Penang) РM Karupanan (new face)

N16 Perai (Penang) Krisnan Latcumanan (new face)

N30 Buntong (Perak) C Sivarraajh (new face)

N31 Jelapang (Perak) РS Mookan (new face)

N54 Hutan Melintang (Perak) РR Subramaniam (new face)

N11 Ijok (Selangor) – Parthiban Karuppiah

N16 Batu Caves (Selangor) – Rawisandaran Narayanan (new face)

N49 Seri Andalas (Selangor) – T Mohan


PAS (1)

Parliament (0)


State (1)

N Tiram (Johor) –¬†R. Kumutha Raman


PKR (16)

Parliament (4)

P17 Padang Serai (Kedah) – N SURENDRAN A/L K NAGARAJAN (new face)

P72 Tapah (Perak) -Vasantha Kumar Krishan (new face)

P107 Subang (Selangor) – R Sivarasa

P109 Kapar (Selangor) –¬†Manivanam Govindasamy (new face)

State (12)

N33 Tenggaroh (Johor) – MURUGAN A/L MUTHU SAMY



N07 Jeram Padang (N Sembilan) –¬†KUMAR A/L THURAISINGHAM

N33 Port Dickson (N Sembilan) –¬†RAVI A/L MUNUSAMY

N24 Hulu Kinta (Perak) РM.A Tinagaran A/l Arumugam (new face)

N42 Tualang Sekah (Perak) – Baldip Singh A/L Santokh Singh (new face)

N54 Hutan Melintang (Perak) –¬†KESAVAN A/L SUBRAMANIAM

N35 Batu Uban (Penang) –¬†JAYABALAN A/L A. THAMBYAPPA

N49 Seri Andalas (Selangor) –¬†¬†Dr Xavier Jayakumar

N07 ¬†Batang Kali (Selangor) –¬†Ramachandran Kandasamy

N10 Bukit Melawati (Selangor) – Manikavasagam Sundram



PPP (3)

Parliament (1)

P114 Kepong (KL) –¬†Datuk Chandrakumaran Arumugam (new face)

State (2)

N Pasir Bedamar (Perak) –¬†M Kayveas

N Kota Alam Shah (Selangor) – Maglin De Cruz (new face)


PSM (3)

Parliament (1)

P62 Sungai Siput (Perak) –¬†Dr Michael Jayakumar

State (2)

N Jelapang (Perak) – M Saraswathy

N Semenyih (Selangor) – S Arutchelvan


Independents (51)

Parliament (13)

P017 Padang Serai (Kedah) – GOBALAKRISHNAN A/L NAGAPAN (ex-PKR – has court case pending)

P46 Batu Kawan (Penang) –¬†MOHAN A/L APPAROO (new face)

P56 Larut (Perak) – RAVEENDRAN A/L M.VALLIKANA (new face)

P62 Sungai Siput (Perak) –¬†NAGALINGAM A/L SINGARAVELLOO (new face)

P65 Ipoh Barat (Perak) –¬†¬†KALWANT SINGH A/L SUJAN SINGH (new face)

P76 Teluk Intan (Perak) –¬†MORALINGAM A/L KANNAN (new face)

P78 Cameron Highlands (Pahang) –¬†KISHO KUMAR A/L KATHIRVELOO (new face)

P78 Cameron Highlands (Pahang) –¬†ALAGU A/L THANGARAJOO (new face)

P82 Indera Mahkota (Pahang) –¬†PONUSAMY A/L GOVINDASAMY

P94 Hulu Selangor (Selangor) – Santhara Kumar Ramanaidu (aka Edmund Santhara of Masterskill)

P112 Kuala Langat (Selangor) – Kottappan Suppaiah

P128 Seremban (N Sembilan) –¬†JOHN A/L FERNANDEZ (ex-DAP)


State (38)

N41 Puteri Wangsa (Johor) –¬†RAVINDARAN A/L DORAISAMY

N51 Bukit Batu (Johor) ¬†–¬†SURENDIRAN A/L KUPPAYAH

N13 Kota Darul Aman (Kedah) –¬†JAYAGOPAL A/L ADAIKKALAM

N25 Bukit Selambau (Kedah) –¬†THIVAGARAN A/L SUPRAMANY¬†(new face)

N34 Lunas (Kedah) –¬†VASANTHI A/P RAMALINGAM¬†(new face)

N24 Bemban (Malacca) –¬†GANDHI RAJAN A/L NALLIAH

N07 Jeram Padang (N Sembilan) –¬†MAZAVAN A/L A RAMAN NAIR


N21 Bukit Kepayang (N Sembilan) –¬†VIJAIYAN A/L SIVANATHAN

N24 Senawang (N Sembilan) –¬†KARTHIGESAN A/L SHANMUGAM

N33 Port Dickson (N Sembilan) –¬†DANIEL A/L SIMON

N02 Jelai (Pahang) –¬†ALAGU A/L THANGARAJOO

N22 Jalong (Perak) –¬†KALIMUTHU A/L SINNU

N28 Bercham (Perak) –¬†KALIMUTHU A/L RANGGAYAH


N51 Pasir Panjang (Perak) –¬†VIJAYAN A/L SUBRAMANIAM


N56 Changkat Jong (Perak) –¬†SUPPAN A/L KRISHNAN

N58 Slim (Perak) –¬†MOSSES A/L RAMIAH


N09 Bagan Dalam (Penang) –¬†ASOGHAN A/L GOVINDARAJU¬†(new face)

N17 Bukit Tengah (Penang) –¬†MOHAN A/L APPAROO (new face) – also contesting parliament seat

N18 Bukit Tambun (Penang) –¬†LOGANATHAN A/L AYYAYU (new face)

N24 Kebun Bunga (Penang) –¬†¬†JAYARAMAN A/L K. KUNCHU KANNU (new face)


N35¬†Batu Uban (Penang) –¬†RAJENDRA A/L AMMASI

N38 Bayan Lepas (Penang) –¬†¬†VELLAUTHAM A/L ARUMUGAM

N15 Api-Api (Sabah) –¬†¬†MARCEL JUDE A/L MS JOSEPH

N06 Kuala Kubu Bharu (Selangor) –¬†NADARAJAH A/L SUPRAMANIAM

N06 Kuala Kubu Bharu (Selangor) –¬†PRITPAL SINGH A/L MENDER SINGH

N16 Batu Caves (Selangor) –¬†SUMAN A/L GOPAL

N39 Kota Damansara (Selangor) –¬†SUPPIAH A/L ANANDAN

N43 Sementa (Selangor) –¬†THURAISINGAM A/L SUBBRAYAN

N47 Pandamaran (Selangor) –¬†DELIGANNU A/L ALLAGAN

N48 Kota Alam Shah (Selangor) –¬†¬†PANNERSELVAM A/L G. LETCHUMANAN

N49 Seri Andalas (Selangor) –¬†KOTTAPPAN A/L SUPPAIAH

N50 Sri Muda (Selangor) –¬†DATO’ RAMASWREE A/P DURAISAMY

N54 Tanjung Sepat (Selangor) –¬†¬†MUVENTEN A/L MUNUSAMY