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Responding to media queries, Police confirm that at about 10pm yesterday (3 May 2006), Dr Chee and five others were observed gathering on the field of Woodlands Stadium after the rally by the Singapore Democratic Party. They sealed their mouths with adhesive tape bearing the written letters "NKF" and remained silent for a short while.
The group then removed the adhesive tape and walked towards the spectators' gallery where Dr Chee gave a short speech to the crowd present.
Police are investigating if the group had committed an offence under the Miscellaneous Offences (Public Order and Nuisance) Act. Police are also investigating if Dr Chee had committed an offence under the Parliamentary Elections Act.
Separately, at the Workers' Party rally at Yishun Central, the large crowd took some time to disperse after the rally ended. Two persons were arrested for disorderly behaviour. Both were chanting, with one waving around an umbrella. Their actions had attracted a crowd of onlookers, some of whom cheered them on.
Police would like to advise the public to leave in an orderly manner at the end of election rallies and not linger around the area or hinder the dispersal of the crowd. They should be mindful of their safety as well as that of others, and observe traffic rules and directions given by Police officers.
PUBLIC AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT
SINGAPORE POLICE FORCE
4 MAY 06 @ 12.15am