The family took it rather hard, they were very upset.
I sometimes think about Mahatma Gandhi: when he was arrested...the movement continued. That is what I think I'm seeing now. And I believe that the reform movement is in the hearts of the people.
We've been trained to hope that a struggle requires sacrifice. Our family is sad. My children are deprived of their father. But we don't regret. We feel proud with my husband's stand and the principle we all fight for. We still maintain that Anwar Ibrahim is innocent, that he's become a victim of political conspiracy.
Unfortunately the police acted wildly. This is another truth how the police have lost their sense of balance, of humanity, by attacking the public.
If Dr. Mahathir thinks that by ordering the police to act like gangsters he will frighten the people from supporting this reformation movement, he is dreaming. I think he has cut himself off from reality.