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FREE DAY 6 What's happening in the by-election campaigns in the state constituencies of Kerdau and Merlimau? Quotable quotes, planned events and unplanned incidents as they take place.


8am Kerdau: The Malaysian Indian Congress (Kimma) repairs the house of a single mother at Desa Murni.

NONE9.01am Merlimau: More and more print campaign material emerges, painting Pakatan as anti Malay and anti Islam.

Most do not bear party logos but several were seen distributed by Puteri Umno during BN candidate Roslan Ahmad's visit to the Pasar Malam yesterday.

9.30am Merlimau: Deputy Federal Territories Minister Hasan Malek to launch a Risda programme in Chinchin.

10am Kerdau: Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Maximus Ongkili launches the Sirim Pintar -Learning and Sirim Robokit for six primary schools in Kerdau, at SK Paya Taram. He will later attend the SMK Kerdau PTA general meeting and Cybersafe in School programme at 11am.

10am Merlimau: Chief minister Mohd Ali Rustam to launch 1Malaysia Health Programme at Politeknik Merlimau.

10.52am
Merlimau: PAS candidate Yuhaizad Abdullah and his campaigning team, is seen on a moving vehicle with a loud hailer, urging constituents to vote for him.

11am Merlimau: PAS daily press conference.

11am Kerdau: PAS to hold its daily press conference.

NONE11.45am Kerdau: Persatuan Anak Felda Kebangsaan (Anak) president Mazlan Aliman attacks Umno for using youths to hold a protest to disrupt the PAS campaign in Felda last night.

"They are being used by Umno," he claims of the group, which he says held up banners that read "bukan anak soleh" (not a good son) and "haram jadah", which is equivalent to a four-letter swear word in English.

Youths have also disrupted Anwar's ceramah on Tuesday night in Merlimau.

Meanwhile PAS vice-president Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man says 22 of their banners and numerous flags were taken down without their knowledge over the course of the campaign.

The party will lodge a police report on the matter.

1.10 pm Merlimau: BN's schedule is packed with back-to-back walk-abouts, programme launches and cultural shows attended by cabinet ministers, including Women, Family and Community Development Minister Shahrizat Abdul Jalil, Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumer Affairs' Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob, Rural Development Minister Shafie Apdal, Tourism Minister Ng Yen Yen and Home Minister Hishamuddin Hussein.

Also on the campaign trail are Deputy Minister of Youth and Sports Razali Ibrahim and Deputy Minister of Health Rosnah Abdul Rashid Shirlin.
1.30pm Merlimau: BN candidate Roslan Ahmad to accompany the Minister of Domestic Trade, Cooperative and Consumer Affairs' to distribute donations of 20 laptops and put on 1Malaysia stickers onto 55 taxis.
2 pm Merlimau: Yuhaizad is promising a "surprise" in front of the DAP operations room.
2pm Merlimau: Roslan to distribute hampers from the Ministry of Domestic Trade, Cooperative and Consumer Affairs at a Puteri Umno event at the bus stop.
NONE2.25pm Merlimau: PAS candidate Yuhaizad Abdullah has his hair trimmed at a saloon near town.

Yuhaizad's move to give out flowers to constituents has earned him the nickname 'Romeo Merlimau', a hint that he needs such means to win the votes.

However Yuhaizad retorts that the BN candidate is copying him.

"The BN (candidate) gives flowers as well. If I am a Romeo, so is he," he retorts, before entering the saloon.
Yuhaizad denies he's fighting a losing battle, after six days of campaigning.

He claims to have visited 75 percent of voters, and that the response so far is encouraging.

He also denies that the PAS ceramah have failed to attract the crowd, although they have reviewed their outreach strategies, and are now using a loudhailer while campaigning in residential areas.
Yuhaizad adds he will try his luck to reach the voters at the Sime Darby plantation, which is said to have barred the Pakatan campaign team from entering.

2.30pm Kerdau: Defence Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi will present Pingat Jasa Malaysia (PJM) and welfare aid for army veterans at Dataran Sri Ketumbit.

3pm Kerdau: The Election Commission will issue postal votes for EC and police officers and oversee their casting of ballots at the Temerloh Municipal Council and police station.
4.01PM Tongod: Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin is confident that the BN will win in the by-elections for the Kerdau and Merlimau state seats based on the political transformation taking place in the BN, reports Bernama.

"The BN leadership has not been keeping quiet over what transpired during the 2008 general election. The message from the people is that you cannot shake legs, you have to get down on the ground and help them in a determined manner," he said.

He added the development process was still going on and would not stop even for a moment.
He said this at a function to give out dividends for the Tongod hardcore poor development programme's farm project and the Lampapas Tongod communal grants today.
3.45pm Merlimau: Home Minister Hishamuddin Hussein will launch a Rela event in Merlimau Point.
NONE3.51pm Merlimau: Rela volunteers wait for Home Minister Hishamuddin Hussein at a Majlis Ramah Mesra KDN. It's sweltering and Hishamuddin is running late.
4.28pm Merlimau: CM Mohd Ali Rustam tells the crowd that Malacca is so safe from crime that he can go jogging at 2am without issues, and that his home doesn't even have a perimeter fence.

He reveals that Malacca's rate of drug users are also about a third of that in Kelantan, as is the divorce rate.
Ali Rustam then adds he has the rank of brigadier general in Rela, while Hishamuddin (Hussein) is a general. "Everyone should listen to the general's instruction, and that is, to vote BN on March 6."
5pm Merlimau: Lim Kit Siang is due to arrive and is slated to go on a walkabout with PAS candidate Yuhaizad in the town area.
5.30pm Kerdau: Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Jamil Khir Baharom will visit the media centre at Desa Murni.

Later at 7pm, Jamil will attend a Majlis Bacaan Yasin dan Tahlil and dinner at the Felda Jengka 23 mosque.

The minister in charge of Islamic affairs will then go for a meet-and-greet with Felda Jengka 25 residents at 9.40pm.

5.30pm Merlimau: Rural Development Minister Shaife Apdal to go house-to-house at the Kempas Devon estate, which was yesterday out of bounds for Pakatan Rakyat campaigners.
6pm Merlimau: Roslan and Puteri Umno to distribute female magazines and 70 hampers at Politeknik Merlimau.
8pm Merlimau: Former Pulau Pinang deputy chief minister Fairus Khairuddin to deliver an 'expose talk' at Taman Muhibbah.

8pm Kerdau: PKR advisor Anwar Ibrahim is scheduled to attend a dialogue session with residents of Kg Desa Purun at the PAS operations centre there.
9pm Merlimau: Lim Kit Siang ceramah.
NONE9pm Merlimau: M Kulasegaran and other DAP Indian leaders ceramah in Jasin Lalang.
9pm Kerdau: Ummi Hafilda Ali, the sister of PKR deputy president Azmin Ali, is scheduled to speak at Kg Sekoh in Rumpun Makmur. A flyer promoting her ceramah, claims that she will "expose all of Anwar Ibrahim's secrets".

At the same time, PKR de-facto chief Anwar is expected speak at a ceramah just across the road in Rumpun Makmur, part of his campaign schedule tonight which will take him to three different areas in Kerdau.
11pm Kerdau: PKR advisor Anwar Ibrahim will speak at a "Ubah Sekarang, Selamatkan Malaysia" ceramah at PKR's operations centre in Felda Jengka 22.
[More to follow]
Day 5: 'You want the Anti-Christ Anwar, Jews to take over?'

Day 4: Anwar sings Tiru Macam Saya to 'someone'

Day 3: BN woos teachers with RM18.4 million bounty

Day 2: Najib blitzes Kerdau Felda areas


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