چاوڠن ڤقر سراوق منسوخ سبب ءانور هاڽ هندق جادي ڤي عيم، ايت سهاجء
The Saratok branch of PKR has been dissolved after more than two-thirds of its 29 committee members, led by permanent chairman Antok Jaya, resigned after losing confidence in the party’s central leadership.
They met the branch’s former chairman Ali Biju, who is also the Saratok MP and Deputy Minister of Energy and Natural Resources, this morning when they submitted their letters of resignation from PKR.
In a statement, Antok explained they resigned because they see that PKR as having no direction and it is only to fulfill the personal ambition of party president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to be the prime minister only.
“As such, we have decided to resign from all our branch posts and declared ourselves out of the party with immediate effect,” Antok said.
SUBANG JAYA: PKR has no direction and it is only existent to fulfil the personal ambition of party president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to become prime minister.
This was revealed by Saratok branch chairman, Antok Jaya, who resigned yesterday after losing confidence in PKR’s central leadership.
Antok’s actions caused the branch to be dissolved after he led more than two thirds of its committee members out of PKR.
According to a news report, the whole lot met branch former chairman Ali Biju, who is also the Saratok MP and Deputy Minister of Energy and Natural Resources, when submitting their letters of resignation.
The report further states that Vernon Kedit, when asked, claimed those who resigned would not be joining any political party but would support the Perikatan Nasional (PN) led federal government.
Vernon was the former state secretary for PKR.
According to Antok, those who left pledged their support for Ali’s leadership. He added, at grassroots level, they found the party to be in chaos and having no direction due to internal schisms.
“We regret that the party is placing priority on the personal agenda of party president, and not championing the Reformasi Agenda which we have been fighting for over the years,” he said.
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