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Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Moles burrowing aound Penang CM

I refer to the Malaysiakini report Frustration a possible reason for Zahrain's outburst.
Since the outburst by Zahrain Hashim against DAP Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng, the Penang PKR members are divided right down in the middle.
In one group, made up and lead by 'critic specialists' Sim Bak Seong, Teh Ewe Chong and Chin Kim Siang, they are of opinion that Zahrain is wrong because he has his hidden personal agenda in critising the chief.minister.
On the other hand, there is a group of members who are supporting the action taken by Zahrain. This group feels that the CM does not respect the coalition partners and some of the PKR leaders are just kowtowing to the whims and fancies of the CM.
This group is made up of those close to Zahrain and chief among them is his one-time close confidant, an ex-Umno leader from the same division as him who surprisingly is also seen in the DAP and public circles to be very close to Lim Guan Eng.
This ex-close confidant of Zahrain had in a closed door meeting recently with his associates, supported the issues brought up by Zahrain even though he had met up with CM the day before and was very cordial.
During the meeting, his personal assistant voiced his displeasure and made an unpleasant remarks about Johari Kassim kowtowing to the CM when Johari apologised to the CM after another outburst in the press by Johari on the appointment of the Seberang Perai Municpal Councl (MPSP) chief. The ex-Umno man did not rebut the remark even though he is seen to be very close to the CM.
According to party insiders, this ex-Umno man was sent by Zahrain to get close to the CM in order for him to gather vital information which will be handed over to Umno and use as 'bullets' to attack DAP and the chief minister CM the crucial general election time.
The ex-Umno man is also an elected representative and is currently being handsomely rewarded by both sides for disclosing information with regards to PKR to the CM and for his attempts to block the way of PKR in the state government. He is also in the midst of information-gathering for the opposite side.
An insider source claimed, 'The ex-Umno man has recently bought a RM1,000,000 house in his constituency and claimed that his sister is footing the bill but can you imagine that his sister who is quite loaded all this had never helped him during the years he was in the wilderness?'
'Who is really paying for the luxury house? It cannot be the CM, but would it be money from Umno to bring down the DAP lead government? Will the ex-Umno man destroy DAP and Lim Guan Eng in the near future? That remains to be seen'.

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