SUBANG JAYA: Massive crowds have gathered in and around the Seafield Sri Maha Mariamman Temple in USJ, Subang Jaya.
The crowds, who are mainly Malaysian Indians, have congregated in assist of the temple.
The scenario so far remains tranquil with the police trying to keep a watchful eye on the scenario.
A enormous visitors jam has developed around the location, with visitors diminished to a crawl.
The highway top to the temple alone has been blocked off by the police and by crowds of temple supporters.
A Fb put up at 2307hrs (eleven.07pm) from Info Roadblock JPJ/POLIS says the visitors jam is awful (teruk) on the LDP freeway from Puchong heading to the Hicom/USJ toll plaza.
The put up added, “Groups of individuals collecting in entrance of the Maha Mariamman temple USJ 25. You should use substitute routes to stay away from jams.”
The Star interviewed a particular person who wished to be recognized only as Hemala from the team called Dubuchiku x2 Exclusive, which has been posting a number of videos of the crowds there.
“I was at the temple at around 6pm. At that time there were around one hundred fifty individuals there,” stated Hemala.
“Within a few hours, I consider practically 2,000 individuals had gathered.
“The scenario is so far, so good. As Tamilians, we are all going to make police reviews at IPD Subang. We want to ask the police to give protection to our temple.”
He added that the police are not allowing individuals to enter the real temple location.
This is a video of the scenario around the temple posted by the team.
One of the supporters, who wished to continue to be nameless, stated that he had been below since 9pm.
“I arrived to see for myself what’s going on. So far nothing violent has transpired but there are a whole lot of individuals who are blocking the highway,” he stated.
He added he was unfortunate at the misinformation which is been out on-line.
An additional supporter, who wished to only be recognized as Ram, stated that he was unfortunate at how some had included innocent events into the incident.
“I pity the individuals whose cars were parked there (which were burnt) that had nothing to do with this.
“It is a disgrace some would just demolish issues. We are a group, not barbarians,” he stated.
By midnight, the crowds had started to slim out noticeably.