Saturday, 29 March 2008

Thousands cheer as King returns

Some 25,000 people gathered outside the Sultan Mahmod airport in Kuala Terengganu Saturday, and on the road leading to the airport, to welcome the Yang diPertuan Agong Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin.

The King who arrived at the airport at about 10am was greeted with shouts of “Daulat Tuanku”.

Some among the crowd donned yellow attire and tied ribbons of the same colour on their vehicles in support of the King, the star reports.

The huge crowd also caused a bottleneck at the city's major bridge leading to the city centre which was choked with vehicles heading towards the palace.

Among those gathered to greet the King were the 22 assemblymen who were earlier embroiled in the Terengganu Mentri Besar crisis.

State Umno Liaison committee secretary Datuk Rosol Wahid when met said all 22 Barisan assemblymen will be present at the swearing-in ceremony at Istana Maziah, on Sunday.

“We respect our Ruler and will be at the palace tomorrow,” he said.

However, former Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh was not present at the airport. An aide said the Jertih assemblyman was at his Kampung Tok Has home in Besut with "thousands" of supporters who had been camping there since Friday.

Pic 1: Courtesy of NST: Thousands, GREET THE KING: The rakyat and members of political parties, including from the opposition, were out in full force yesterday to welcome the Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin at the Sultan Mahmud Airport

Pic2: From


Anonymous said...

What's Idris trying to prove?

His is also king in his little kampung Tok Has in Besut with "thousands" of his supporters pledging loyalty to him.

Beruk ni memang tak sedo diri.

Anonymous said...

Dia punya muka serupa dengan pelakon jahat Salleh Kamil.Pelakon itu adalah seorang yang baik apabila tidak melakonkan watak jahat(Allahyarham).
Tetapi si Idris ni memang betul2 jahat tanpa berlakon pun.

Anonymous said...

They have to eat their words. Now terhegeh-hegeh pula.

Hidung tak mancung, pipi tersorong-sorong.

Anonymous said...

err.. ma'am
Rosol and Idris are no more datuk and datuk seri.

the witch's broo said...

all for that pot of oil!

Anonymous said...

kak ton, no, there must be something with the news or my eyes, kan the 22 morons said they will resign? what a chicken!! another malu-fying flip flop episode, MK

Anonymous said...

When Rosol says "We respect our Ruler...",does he know the meaning of the word 'respect' to say the least.Rosol and his gang should be sent to kindergarten to learn what respect is all about.Does he and the gang really know what is the consequences of those who go against their Ruler in those days...Pancung,nothing less.If he and his gang are really anak jantan with enough balls in their pants,they should resign as they promised earlier on.If they don't, then they should be treated like dogs and not human beings.No one should respect them. After all, all of them are natang!!!That's what they are....Daulat Tuanku!

Reza Zainal said...

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maria a samad (kak ton) said...

Anon 9:51AM

Like mine, there is nothing wrong with your eyesiight.

But there's definitely something wrong with these 22 headless chickens. No brains... tak ada otak, ta ada pendirian as you can see.

They sway like lallangs. With all that bravado talk nak resign, just like how they reverse their stand and make a u-turn in the name of party unity, konon.

Useless buggers! Hypocrits!

Anonymous said...

Tuanku got a hero's (25,000 people)welcome when he visited his homestate Terengganu: Pak Lah only had 300 people waiting for him at the airport when he returned to Penang for the first time since the general election.

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