Yesterday (20th November 2022), the Malaysian political sphere attempted to put together a coalition government after the election resulted in an unexpectedly hung parliament, in which no party could claim a majority.
Today (21st November 2022), Yang di-Pertuan Agong has extended the deadline for the political party and coalition leaders to submit their proposed coalition to form the new government and submit the name of the Prime Minister candidate until 2 pm tomorrow.
Aside from that, now let’s look at Indians who successfully gained and secured their seats at this 15th General Election.
P051 Bukit Gelugor was won by Ramkarpal Singh (PH) with a majority of 63,112 votes.
The Malaysian politician and lawyer successfully retained his Bukit Gelugor seat that he won with a majority vote in the 2018 General Elections.
P062 Sungai Siput won by S Kesavan (PH) with a majority of 1,846 votes.
S Kesavan retained his seat at Sungai Siput. In the 2018 General Election, he won with a majority vote for this seat too.
P065 Ipoh Timor was won by M Kula (PH) with a majority of 56,667 votes.
P066 Batu Gajah was won by V Sivakumar (PH) with a majority of 53,836 votes.
V. Sivakumar has served as a Member of Parliament (MP) for Batu Gajah since May 2013. In the 2013 general election, Sivakumar contested and won the parliamentary constituency of Batu Gajah in Perak. He successfully retained the seat in this GE15 with a majority vote.
P072 Tapah was won by Datuk Seri M Saravanan (BN) with a majority of 5,064 votes.
Datuk Seri Saravanan Murugan has been retaining this seat (P072 Tapah) since 2008.
P106 Damansara was won by Gobind Singh Deo (PH) with a majority of 124,619 votes.
Gobind Singh Deo maintained his stronghold in Damansara with an unbelievable majority of votes. He created history with a higher vote of 142,875 votes.
P107 Sungai Buloh was won by Ramanan Ramakrishnan (PH) with a majority of 2,693 votes.
Ramanan secured the ‘hot seat’ with a 2,693 vote majority, defeating the heavyweight candidate Khairy Jamaluddin (BN) in the 15th General Election.
P110 Kapar was won by Ganabatirau Veraman (PH) with a majority of 91,801 votes.
Ganabatirau bagged this big win by winning a majority vote of 70. 49%.
P115 Batu was won by Prabakaran Parameswaran (PH) with a majority of 22,241 votes.
Prabakaran Parameswaran successfully defended his seat in the Batu Parliament with a total of 45,716 votes. He garnered a majority of 22,241 votes to defeat nine other candidates.
P140 Segamat was won by R Yuneswaran (PH) with a majority of 5,669 votes.
(DUN) N30 Buntong was won by Thulsi Manogaran PH (DAP) with a majority of 19,155 votes.
With her electoral debut, Thulsi Manogaran sealed the N30 Buntong State Assembly seat in the 15th General Election with a majority of 19,155 votes.
(DUN) N54 Hutang Melintang was won by Wasanthee Sinnasamy PH with a 11,924 votes.
(DUN) N57 Sungkai was won by Sivanesan Achalingam PH with 9,549 votes.
(DUN) N41 Malim Nawar was won by V. Bavani Shasha PH (DAP) with 10,905 votes.
(DUN) N35 Sabai was won by V. Arumugam PH (BN) with 4,444 votes.
With that being said, let’s hope that we will be getting a new Prime Minister and Government soon.