Thursday, October 29, 2009

PKR's Badrul Hisham to quit party?

The word going around is that PKR state assemblyman Badrul Hisham is quitting the party. A press conference is said to be scheduled this evening but the Selangor MB has apparently got wind of what's coming up.

Khalid Ibrahim has issued a statement asking Badrul, who has been absent from many PKR meetings and functions, to resign. He has said the Port Klang state assemblyman has not been performing. He said a delegation would also meet Bardul to convey the message personally to the elected representative, The Star Online reported.

Badrul's appearance at the Hari Raya Open House of Klang Umno chief Mazlynoor Abd Latif recently sparked speculations that he would be quitting PKR. There is also much talk that PKR secretary-general Sallehuddin Hashim is calling it a day despite his denial. He is said to have privately expressed his frustrations, which has been reported by at least one pro-PKR blogger. Yesterday, PKR vice-president Jeffrey Kitingan quit the party after a fall-out with the leadership over the appointment of the Sabah PKR head.

3 comments:

zackdanial said...

Datuk ,

Since you are not well , please take a rest or quit .

The Star will have problem if you are gone forever .

Take Care

blue said...

it should be a good news instead of bad news. Badrul is not worthy as his reputation is in questions. Why want to retain this guy? Only corrupted and immoral party welcome this fellow.

Anonymous said...

" The views expressed in Wong's blog are entirely his and do not represent that of his newspaper."




That means you are a willing spinner since your 'views' are consistent with your paper.




I live in Klang and ANYONE in Klang will tell you this f&cker never show his face or give any assistance to anyone, regardless of whether he is with BN or PR.




You are disgusting, being in your position and with the resources at your disposal (I am sure you have reporters & staff living in Klang too.), you choose to do what you do.