SUBANG JAYA: Huge crowds have gathered in and close to the Seafield Sri Maha Mariamman Temple in USJ, Subang Jaya.
The crowds, who are mostly Malaysian Indians, have congregated in support of the temple.
The circumstance so considerably stays peaceful with the law enforcement maintaining a watchful eye on the circumstance.
A large traffic jam has created close to the area, with traffic reduced to a crawl.
The street leading to the temple by itself has been blocked off by the law enforcement and by crowds of temple supporters.
A Fb post at 2307hrs (eleven.07pm) from Information Roadblock JPJ/POLIS claims the traffic jam is terrible (teruk) on the LDP freeway from Puchong heading to the Hicom/USJ toll plaza.
The post added, “Groups of individuals gathering in front of the Maha Mariamman temple USJ twenty five. Remember to use different routes to avoid jams.”
The Star interviewed a particular person who wished to be known only as Hemala from the team called Dubuchiku x2 Exceptional, which has been submitting numerous movies of the crowds there.
“I was at the temple at close to 6pm. At that time there had been close to one hundred fifty individuals there,” explained Hemala.
“Inside a couple of hours, I consider practically 2,000 individuals experienced gathered.
“The circumstance is so considerably, so good. As Tamilians, we are all heading to make law enforcement reviews at IPD Subang. We want to inquire the law enforcement to give safety to our temple.”
He added that the law enforcement are not permitting individuals to enter the real temple area.
This is a video clip of the circumstance close to the temple posted by the team.
1 of the supporters, who wished to continue to be nameless, explained that he experienced been listed here because 9pm.
“I arrived to see for myself what is heading on. So considerably nothing at all violent has took place but there are a good deal of individuals who are blocking the street,” he explained.
He added he was sad at the misinformation which is been out on the web.
One more supporter, who wished to only be known as Ram, explained that he was sad at how some experienced associated innocent get-togethers into the incident.
“I pity the individuals whose cars had been parked there (which had been burnt) that experienced nothing at all to do with this.
“It’s a disgrace some would just demolish items. We are a neighborhood, not barbarians,” he explained.
By midnight, the crowds experienced begun to slim out noticeably.