GE14: Pahang police to monitor 'potential trouble-makers'

KUANTAN: The police will monitor 'potential trouble-makers' out to create chaos at the last minute during the 14th General Election (GE14).

State police chief Datuk Seri Rosli Ab Rahman said appropriate action would be taken against the errant individuals.

"We have identified the individuals but we do not want to reveal the number. The list of names is only for our knowledge and action," he told reporters after opening the Pahang police contingent's Aman Wanita (Amanita) Adopted Park at the Taman Tas Multipurpose Hall, here today.

Meanwhile, Rosli reminded political parties and individuals who wished to organise talks to comply with the law, including by obtaining a permit.

He said they were only required to submit the notice of application within 10 days prior to the proposed date. — Bernama