PKR man’s web of obscenity?

 |Aug 11, 2016
Penang Gerakan committee member Tan Kah Leong said his check showed that former Pantai Jerejak rep Sim Tze Tzin's official website had become an erotic website.
Penang Gerakan committee member Tan Kah Leong said his check showed that former Pantai Jerejak rep Sim Tze Tzin’s official website had become an erotic website.

An official website, said to belong to PKR’s Bayan Baru MP Sim Tze Tzin for use by the public for speedy employment, has become an erotic website.

Penang Gerakan committee member Tan Kah Leong said he visited the website http://www.pantaijerejak.com/ and discovered it was filled with obscenities.

Tan urged Sim, former Pantai Jerejak assemblyman, and Deputy Chief Minister I (DCM1) Rashid Hasnon, to clarify the matter.

He appealed to Rashid, the current Pantai Jerejak assemblyman, and Sim to tell the public whether the site’s administration is still under their care.

Tan recalled that Sim had announced the official website for the state constituency of Pantai Jerejak.

“I am amazed that this official website is registered under the name of a constituency called Pantai Jerejak, and anybody including foreigners who visit the site will be met with obscene photographs accompanied by Japanese language,” he said, urging Sim to be a responsible politician and elected representative.

A check by Malaysia Outlook confirmed Tan’s allegation.

“It baffles me as to why a political party with political aspiration and ambition to take over the helm of Putrajaya cannot even properly manage an official website!”

Tan said that Sim in an interview with Nanyang Siang Pau had disclosed that the said website had stopped its operations since 2010.

However, in 2012 there were Sim’s press releases published in the website.

“If they have made mistakes on this matter, be brave to admit and rectify it rather than beat around the bush to evade responsibility,” said Tan.

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Athi Shankar has been a journalist for past 30 years. He believes that democratic rights come with responsibility.