The three DAP members who had been sacked by the party’s disciplinary committee should apologise, instead of making accusations that their termination was unreasonable, says Nga Kor Ming.
The Perak DAP chairman said it was clear that all three had breached party discipline.
This, he said, included Kong Lai Ling who had accepted the post as a Batu Gajah district councillor under the Perikatan Nasional state government.
“The party disciplinary committee has investigated the complaints against them and found them guilty based on clear facts.
“In my humble opinion, they should apologise to the party which gave them an opportunity to serve in the past years and not make unfounded accusations,” he said when contacted.
“I wish them luck,” he added.
Kong is the political secretary of Tronoh assemblyman Paul Yong Choo Kiong, who quit DAP to become an Independent following the collapse of the Pakatan Harapan state government in March.
On Tuesday (July 7), Kong and two party members – service centre assistants Ng Sook Whye and Khi Poh Chong – were sacked by the party’s disciplinary committee.
Eight other members were served with show-cause letters while another was suspended for a year.
In a press statement issued earlier, Kong claimed that the party leaders had distorted some facts that led to their termination. – The Star