The frequent defection of the politicians is not longer surprising for the public.
Malim Nawar state assemblyperson, Keshvinder Singh has successfully put himself as the fourth Perak Pakatan Rakyat assembly to quit the DAP and turns himself independent, joing Hee Yit Fong, and former PKR assemblymen Osman Jailu and Jamaluddin Radzi as BN-friendly independents in the state assembly.
He has apparently turns himself into a joke. Angry and dismay responses overwhelm the only portals since the news of the defection broken. He had previously claimed that he was being offered RM20 million to defect, and now he was reported as saying that only BN can help to develop the Malim Nawar area.
Why is that so?
He claimed that the state and the DAP did not help him to assist his people in his area and therefore he could not do anything to help his constituency. He also said that since he is now independent, the state should allocate him budget to help his constituency. In the end, it is about the MONEY. Isn't it?
Mr Keshvinder Singh, I have a question for you. As a state assemblyperson, isn't that you have the responsibility to source out the ways to help your constituency?
If this unhealthy political scenario continues, it seems that Malaysia will not be far from being a land of disgraceful politicians.
Where is your dignity, Mr Keshvinder Singh?
[Source: The MalaysianInsider]
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