Ambiga and Pak SS say they will issue health notices to their fellow protesters who may have chronic illnesses but stop short of saying they will take responsibility for any untoward incident, or another death like Baharuddin Ahmad. They may also deploy a medical team at the rally later this month. "The plan is in discussion at the moment," Pak SS told The Mole, here, yesterday. He and Ambiga were responding to the Bru's post A yellow sticky note to Bersih re Baharuddin (April 14).
That's a start, at least. If you want others to be responsible, you must show that you can be responsible too.
|A "student" at OccupyDataran, Picture courtesy of a Bru reader
And those involved in the anti-PTPTN rally by "students" who do not want to repay their study loans, I wouldn't be too concerned with those dudes you called "thugs" who attacked you guys the other day. I saw the clip of the so-called attack. Real thugs don't push and shove. Looks to me like really poor acting.