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GE2015: NSP files police report over alleged trespassing at member's office

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National Solidarity Party (NSP) members (from left) Sebastian Teo, Mohamed Fazli Talip, Lim Tean and Hazel Poa going on a walkabout in Tampines East on Aug 15, 2015.

[SINGAPORE] The opposition National Solidarity Party (NSP), beset already by internal party turmoil and the loss of several potential candidates, has lodged a police report over an alleged trespassing incident at the office of a party member.

In a Facebook post on Friday titled "KATONGGATE GE2015", the NSP said party leaders had met at the office located in the Katong/East Coast Road area on Monday night to discuss preparations for the Sept 11 General Election.

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