Singapore People's Party (SPP) Secretary-General Mr. Chiam See Tong said he feels encouraged by the response of residents in Bishan-Toa Payoh GRC, where his party is intending to contest in the Singapore general election 2011.
Mr Chiam See Tong had the undaunted fighting spirit,he will stand in the GRC, spent Thursday evening reaching out to the rush hour crowd at Toa Payoh bus interchange. Mr. Chiam See Tong was accompanied by members of his team, 48-year-old Mr Mohamad Hamim Aliyas, who is a founding member of the SPP, Mr Wilfred Leung and Mr Benjamin Pwee.
Mr Chiam See Tong said he is happy about the lineup and residents have been supportive during his walkabouts in the area. In year 1984 Singapore general election, Mr. Chiam See Tong finally broke the monopoly of PAP. He won that general election because he never gave up although he had failed few times before that. This time he wants to tell Singaporeans to think twice, seriously vote in one opposition GRC TEAM.
This is Mr. Chiam See Tong's final wish. If I am the voter in TOA PAYOH, I will vote for him without second thoughts. Because his commitment deserve my vote. Although he is less stronger than before but he still has the clear mind and vision. What we can do is to give him ONE VOTE, that's all.
The last candidate, whom he has yet to introduce, is widely expected to be Mr Jimmy Lee, a former government scholar like Mr Pwee.
"We have got very highly qualified candidates and we have also candidates from the grassroots," Mr Chiam said.
He said his team will step up on walkabouts in the area.
"The other candidates are not as well known as myself. Many of the residents recognise me, and I'm sure they have confidence in me," said Mr Chiam.
I salute you, Mr. Chiam See Tong, you are the honest, non-cruel, sincere politician. We need your type of opposition MPS. Together we give you the power so that you can smile again.
Do you want to give Our respectable a big smile?
I hope you answer is YES.
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