Orang asli headman admits to receiving money during GE14

Published on 5 Sep 2018 9:53:52 PM

An orang asli village headman admitted in a High Court to receiving money allegedly given by Barisan Nasional candidate Datuk C. Sivarraajh and Jelai assemblyman Datuk Seri Wan Rosdy Wan Ismail during the 14th General Election.

Harun Siden, who is from the Semai tribe said he received RM300 from Sivarraajh and Wan Rosdy on May 6, adding that he took this as to vote for Barisan.

Harun was testifying in the trial of an election petition filed by Manogaran - the DAP candidate for Cameron Highlands - to nullify the general election results.