PKR polls: Prabakaran defeats Tian Chua to take Batu chief post

29/5/2022 3:11:00 PM

PKR polls: Prabakaran defeats Tian Chua to take Batu chief post

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PKR polls: Prabakaran defeats Tian Chua to take Batu chief post

PETALING JAYA: Batu MP P. Prabakaran emerged as the new chief of the Batu PKR division after beating incumbent Tian Chua by 211 votes.

The results do not include"doubtful" votes that are excluded from the result until they can be verified by the party's election committee.There were 82 such votes for Prabakaran and 24 for Tian Chua, which means that it would not have any effect on the result.

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The results do not include"doubtful" votes that are excluded from the result until they can be verified by the party's election committee. There were 82 such votes for Prabakaran and 24 for Tian Chua, which means that it would not have any effect on the result. The extension also involved the nomination for 20 seats in the party’s Angkatan Muda Keadilan (AMK) Leadership Council and 20 seats in the Wanita Leadership Council. Article type: free . "I wish to thank all my team of workers and supporters as well as our members who took time to cast their votes.