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2009/02/06
Nizar was allowed into MB’s office to take personal belongings only, says state secretary
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IPOH, Fri:

Former Perak Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin had broken his promise to take only his personal belongings when he held a press conference in the Menteri Besar’s office, here this morning, said State Secretary Datuk Abdul Rahman Hashim.

He said out of respect for Mohammad Nizar as the former Menteri Besar, the State Secretariat had allowed the Perak PAS deputy commissioner and the Exco members under the former Pakatan Rakyat government to enter their respective offices in the Bangunan Perak Darul Ridzuan to take their persnal belongings.

“However, YB Datuk Seri had held a press conference in the room specifically meant for the Perak Menteri Besar, and had breached the original agreement which was only to take his personal belongings, and it was totally inappropriate that his press conference was held in the room,” he said in a statement issued here today.

Abdul Rahman said subsequent to this, he had ordered the press conference stopped.

He said this to clarify the commotion that broke out at the Menter Besar’s office this morning.
Abdul Rahman said it was not proper for a former Menteri Besar to act in that manner and to bring his supporters into the Perak State Secretary’s office without permission.

In fact, Mohammad Nizar allowed his supporters to use abusive language, said the State secretary.

The press conference was held spontaneously in the Menteri Besar’s room when the local and international media representatives were allowed to enter together with Mohammad Nizar and his former Exco members into the Bangunan Perak Darul Ridzuan at 10am.

Mohamad Nizar and his Exco colleagues, who were shocked to see that their rooms had been emptied, immediately held the press conference to express his displeasure.

However, the press conference could not proceed when the media representatives were asked by Abdul Rahman and Ipoh District Police Chief ACP Azisman Alias to leave the premises. — BERNAMA


 



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