Anwar blackmailed certain PKR leaders into signing documents

Anwar got his men to intimidate and blackmail certain PKR leaders who were accessories in misdemeanour and illegal activity. Source (pic): TTF Files

It is understood that two pro-Azmin groups have thus far met and plan to float the idea of conducting an Extraordinary General Meeting.

One of the groups confirmed to TTF that the purpose of the meeting, should it happen, is to trigger a vote of no confidence against Anwar and to pave the way for Azmin to take over PKR.

It is unclear at this point if Azmin is directly involved with the planning, though he himself is contemplating something along the lines and may even decide to leave PKR with his team.

Current estimates indicate that Azmin controls 65 per cent of the party in terms of leaders’ support and almost half of the party’s strategic assets in various categories.


Zuraida Kamaruddin is right, but only to an extent.

Yesterday, the PKR vice president reportedly said the signature collection drive by Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim and his men was a ‘calculated move’.

According to her, the move left many feeling intimidated to the extent that they felt obliged to pen their support.


“I would like to state that those who signed the support pledge, are not really in support, but maybe motivated to do so because they felt intimidated, and did it because they were forced to,” she said.

Zuraida was referring to a move by Anwar to amass as many pledges as possible from PKR branch, division and national leaders to prove he is in control of the party.

The move came in the wake of a public spat between him and his deputy Dato’ Seri Azmin Ali following a remark in which Anwar hinted that Azmin needed to resign.

Many in PKR became disillusioned following the incident and began taking Azmin’s side.

They felt bitter that Anwar had betrayed Azmin even after the latter defended him all throughout his sodomy tribulations.

In 1999, Anwar was found guilty of engaging in sex against the order of nature and was convicted again of the same crime in 2014.

Azmin stood by Anwar in both cases and maintains the latter’s innocence to this day.

Following the spat, Anwar got his men to intimidate and blackmail certain PKR leaders who were accessories in misdemeanour and illegal activity.

Zuraida is right, in that the element of intimidation did occur. However, Azmin did tell his men to sign any document Anwar or his men may present them with to prevent the latter from estimating his strength.

It is understood that two pro-Azmin groups have thus far met and plan to float the idea of conducting an Extraordinary General Meeting.

One of the groups confirmed to TTF that the purpose of the meeting, should it happen, is to trigger a vote of no confidence against Anwar and to pave the way for Azmin to take over PKR.

It is unclear at this point if Azmin is directly involved with the planning, though he himself is contemplating something along the lines and may even decide to leave PKR with his team.

Current estimates indicate that Azmin controls 65 per cent of the party in terms of leaders’ support and almost half of the party’s strategic assets in various categories.

THE THIRD FORCE

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