Sunday, May 16, 2010

Whose next?

PKR, PAS and DAP are now embroiled in controversy after controversy. The latest that was reported was Wee Choo Keong has quit Parti Keadilan Rakyat to become an independent.

"Looking at the sequence of events, the company is now threatening to sue Kapar MP S. Manikavasagam who yesterday lodged a police report against several of its directors. They (Kumpulan Semesta's directors) stayed silent and were running away until yesterday.Why?" asked Wee who stressed that this was all a big cover-up.

Wee was also among the 12 PKR MPs to come out in support of Manikavasagam’s stand on the issue. He was dissillusioned by the sand mining scandal which he wrote in his blog before resigning from PKR to be an independant. Read more here

He was not the only one who is unsatisfied with the sand mining controversy. Kapar MP S. Manikavasagam’s claims of alleged corruption in sand-mining company Kumpulan Semesta Sdn Bhd had received a death threat attached to one of the three bags containing red paint at his house. His and his wife's car was also splashed with red paint in his home in Meru.

The warning in the A4-sized paper had been written with "Jangan campur issue pasir. You mati." (Don't get involved in the sand mining issue. You will die.) He had also received death threats over the telephone before this.

In addition to this, DAP Batu Lintang Assemblyman YB Voon Lee Shan is expected to make an announcement to leave DAP, the Chinese racist chauvinist party and become an independent today.

However he denied calling for a press conference to announce his resignation as DAP assemblyman at the service centre, and even queried the media where it received such an invitation for his so-called media conference.

In March, this year, it was reported that the DAP disciplinary committee had suspended Voon's party membership for six months, effective March 17.

Looking at the rate of the MPs running away from Pakatan Rakyat and becoming independents, Putrajaya seems further and further away from the grasp of the de facto PKR leader.

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