Kak Min To PKR: “Go Ahead And Sue Me” May 28, 2009Posted by malaysianstory in A New Chapter, Penanti ByElection, Storm in Perak.
Tags: Aminah Abdullah, Cheah Kah Peng, Lim Eng Nam, Malaysian Story, Penanti By Election
“Go ahead and sue me,” that was the immediate response of Aminah Abdullah or better known as Kak Min, the independent candidate contesting in the Penanti by-election to Parti Keadilan Rakyat election director Saifuddin Nasution.
Kak Min who is former Penang PKR Wanita Chief was responding to Saiifuddin’s threat to take legal action against Kak Min if she does not apologize and retract her allegations made against PKR that she was offered the Penang Deputy Chief Minister 1 post if she wins and rejoin PKR.
Kak Min also claimed that two PKR leaders, Cheah Kah Peng, and Lim Eng Nam who admitted meeting Kak Min at her house on May 13, had also offered her the Penang Municical Council chief post if she withdrew from the contest.
A sum of RM80,000 was also on the table to compensate Kak Min for what she had spent so far in preparing for the by-election.
“I am telling the truth and I have nothing to fear or hide. Infact, they have not served the notice demanding for the apology and retraction to me until now (12pm on May 27),” Kak Min said.
I believe Kak Min was telling the truth about PKR and the man named Anwar Ibrahim. Otherwise he would not have revealed the stinking truth about PKR leaders as it would be too costly for her if the matter is dragged in court.
No one would want to be grilled for more than 12 hours over two days by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Agency (MACC) if they are not telling the truth. The fact that Kak had volunteered to give evidence and endure the 12-hopur interrogation showed that she was sincere and telling the truth.
The courageous Kak Min had also disclosed how she was humiliated by her PKR state chief Datuk Zahrain Hashim in full view of the public.
“I hope Zahrain still remember the incident in Jawi, Nibong Tebal,” she said.
I guess she was referring to PKR’s service centre in Jawi, the house owned by Tan Tee Beng, the lazy Batu Kawan MP who was declared a bankrupt over contra share issues.
She reported the matter to Anwar Ibrahim and the then PKR president Wan Azizah who is Anwar’s wife, but no action was taken against Zahrain.
Instead of action against Zahrain, Anwar, Wan Azizah and Zahrain concocted a story against Kak Min and filed 11 charges against Kak Min which Kak Min refused to disclose.
Kak Min said she had enough of PKR and the antics. She quit PKR last year.
“I quit because I lost faith in the leadership. Anwar and PKR have deviated from their original struggles. It is all bogged down with personal interests and power struggles.
“Have you ever heard them shouting Reformasi now,” Kak Min asked.