The indelible ink that will be used this May 5th during Malaysia’s 13th General Elections is washable, claims PKR Vice President Tian Chua. He said,””You just put hand gel with alcohol content in it. You just wash it. And the whole thing disappears. This to me is a fraud.”
The Election Commision of Malaysia (SPR) previously declared that the indelible ink can last up to a week on your skin.
Tian Chua has lodged a police report ar 2pm today upon this discovery. He also showed the media how one can wash the ink off using a hand sanitizer and a cloth.
According to Malaysiakini, a soldier who marked his ballot in advance said that he had managed to remove the ink by washing it off with water only.
Tian Chua is now trying to get hold of EC Chairman Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Mohd Yusof to discuss about this matter.