The Chief strikes back, Pt V

Today, more legal letters by New Sin Yew. Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim is his capacity as MB Selangor, ADUN Pelabuhan Utara, MP Bandar Tun Razak, former CEO of PNB and a holder PSM is now taking PKR Secretary General Saifuddin Nasution Ismail  to court.

Letter from Messrs. Bon & Associates to Saifuddin Nasution Ismail, Pg 1

Letter from Messrs. Bon & Associates to Saifuddin Nasution Ismail, Pg 1

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Khalid is really getting back against all these conspirators from his own party, to oust him from the post of MB Selangor only for reasons to serve Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim sordid political agenda as an obviously failed politician. When they failed, Khalid was unfairly sacked from the party.

*Updated 1915hrs

As MB Selangor, today Khalid sacked all Selangor State Excos from PKR and DAP. Both parties were united about ousting him as MB Selangor.

The Star story:

Published: Tuesday August 12, 2014 MYT 7:05:00 PM
Updated: Tuesday August 12, 2014 MYT 7:10:56 PM

Selangor MB crisis: Khalid moves to sack DAP, PKR excos



SHAH ALAM: Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim has written to the Palace requesting for the sacking of five DAP and PKR exco members.

Khalid, however, said he was yet to request for the sacking of exco Rodziah Ismail from PKR because she was not in the country.

“I have written to the Palace, earlier in the evening, asking for all DAP and PKR exco members to be sacked,” he told reporters after a meeting with PAS exco members on Tuesday to discuss how to run the state with just four of them.

The two PKR exco members are Dr Daroyah Alwi and Elizabeth Wong while DAP representatives are Datuk Teng Chang Khim, V. Ganabatirau and Ean Yong.

It is learnt that Khalid made the decision after a joint press statement by PKR and DAP, saying that their members were unhappy with Khalid’s refusal to step down.


The bet is now on for who will fill these empty Excos, to ensure that the Selangor State Government remain effective and able to administer and manage the richest state with the largest economy and most local authorities.

*Updated 2300hrs

DAP and PKR is badmouthing MB Selangor Khalid for sacking the Excos who belonged and supported the Anwar-induced rebellion.

NST story:

DAP, PKR lambast Khalid for sacking excos

BY ADRIAN LAI – 12 AUGUST 2014 @ 10:41 PM

PETALING JAYA: DAP and PKR today condemned embattled Selangor Menteri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim for sacking six state executive councillors from the two parties.

DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng said he felt shocked upon hearing the news that all three excos from his party had been relieved of their duties.

“According to the letters given to them and three other excos from PKR, they were sacked for not agreeing to support Khalid to remain as menteri besar,” he told a packed press conference at PKR’s headquarters here.

Guan Eng said he felt that the sackings were not only unethical, but also a breach of the principles of democracy.

“The people (of Selangor) were the ones who voted in Pakatan and Khalid was made MB because he had the support of all three Pakatan member parties. He did not become MB because his name is Khalid; he became MB because he represents Pakatan,” he said tersely.

Guan Eng also urged Pas’ four remaining excos to not attend the weekly exco meeting tomorrow.

“As a show of solidarity in the Pakatan alliance, I call on the Pas top leadership to tell its excos in Selangor not to attend the meeting,” he said adding that he had notified Pas secretary-general Datuk Mustafa Ali of his request.

Also present during the press conference were PKR de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, PKR deputy president Azmin Ali, and DAP supremo Lim Kit Siang.

When asked about the possibility of Pakatan assemblymen defecting to Khalid’s side, Anwar said: “I am absolutely confident that will not happen”.

Meanwhile, one of the sacked excos Datuk Teng Chang Khim from DAP said the termination letters were both unlawful and defective.

“The letter stated that Khalid had received the consent of the sultan of Selangor to terminate our services. However, Khalid was at the State Secretary building all day and he could not have sought an audience with the Sultan,” he said.


One can never trust thieves. There is no honour amongst this lot.

Published in: on August 12, 2014 at 18:00  Comments (4)  

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  1. Khalid probably had drafted the letter earlier when he first met the Sultan. He was just waiting for PKR and DAP’s response before he release the sacking letters. Smart..

  2. Saya suka tindakan yang Khalid ambil. Salepas mengadap dan dah dapat Tuanku Sultan punya ok untuk meneruskan tugas sebagai MB, dia hantar surat kpd Tuanku untuk melucutkan jawatan Exco PKR dan DAP, mengumumkan bahawa “sacking” itu aka berkuatkuasa apabila sahaja Tuanku perkenankan permintaan nya.

    Dia memang ada kuasa di bawah Perlembagaan negeri Selangor berbuat demikian. Dan ada lah peranan Tuanku di bawah Perlembagaan itu juga bagi menyutujui permintaan atau “nasihat” supaya berbuat demikian.

    Ultra kiasu ADUN DAP dll membangkang dan membantah. Tapi apabila sahaja Tuanku sudah beri perkenan nya, mereka yang buat demikian boleh di nyah keluar dari mesyuarat Exco atau pejabat mereka jika mereka masih berkeras kepala.

  3. An established Constitutional Law expert, UTM Emeritus Professor of Law Datuk Dr Shad Saleem Faruqi, said there was nothing the sacked PKR and DAP exco members could do to challenge their removal so long as consent had been obtained from the Sultan.

    “The term of the exco is determined by the Sultan on the advice of the Mentri Besar, so if the Sultan had agreed to their removal, there is little they can do,” he said.

    “Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was also sacked by Dr Mahathir as deputy prime minister and the court found that the sacking was within the prime minister’s authority,” he said.

    So, will there be a need for the Police to haul them out of their offices if they continue to be adamant?

  4. One PAS Exco member said the four of them would resign if Khalid brings in UMNO ADUNs into the Exco. They said the four of them with Khalid are enough to run the sate.

    That’s a tough line to take. Khalid’s choice will be to dissolve the State Assembly and have snap elections. Nobody’s sure if the four of them would survive and who would win.

    But perhaps let the situation be until the Budget session in November where PKR and DAP might ask for a vote of no confidence. In the meantime, do lobbying as much as nobody’s business. And in whatever form it may be.

    Though Anwar Al Juburi would surely try a katak lompat thing. That has been his hallmark since the abortive 16 Sept 2009 katak lompat to Putrajaya coup d’ etat that he tried.

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