Monday 3 October 2011

What actually happened in Singapore?

DPM says don't jump the gun 

Muhyiddin said: "As a Barisan Nasional representative, I often meet PAP representatives to discuss various issues.

"But I do not know if Lim had met the ministers in his capacity as chief minister. Other BN chief ministers also meet PAP leaders in that capacity. They could have met to discuss about business. Let's not jump the gun."

while ...

Azman, Kalimullah deny allegations

KUALA LUMPUR: A member of Malaysia Airlines board of directors, Datuk Mohamad Azman Yahya, has denied having knowledge of a dinner reportedly attended by DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng, businessman Datuk Seri Kalimullah Hassan and several senior leaders of Singapore's People's Action Party (PAP).

Responding to a report in the New Sunday Times, Azman said in an email sent to the NST: "I wish to categorically state that I was not aware of, let alone attended, the alleged dinner for senior politicians of Singapore PAP and (Penang chief minister) Lim Guan Eng.

"Furthermore, I have no knowledge of any meetings arranged between PAP and DAP.

"I hope Perkasa is satisfied with my explanation. I only wish that Perkasa had checked the facts with me before issuing the statement."

The NST had quoted Perkasa information chief Ruslan Kasim as saying that a dinner was arranged for three Malaysian personalities, including a chief minister, and Singapore's top politicians in August. 

Ruslan urged the three to clear the air over the matter in the interests of the country.
Yesterday, Ruslan said he had been misquoted in the news report.

"What I've said in my statement issued on Saturday was that Azman should answer allegations that he has information on a secret meeting between Lim and PAP's top leaders during a dinner on Aug 12 in Singapore that was also attended by Kalimullah." 

He asked what were the topics discussed as the people had the right to know whether it involved Malaysian national security.
"I also asked if Azman was aware of the allegation that Kalimullah had reportedly arranged meetings between top leaders of DAP and PAP." 

Meanwhile, Kalimullah said he "categorically denied the entire allegation by Perkasa" and demanded his statement of denial be published in the NSTP group of newspapers today.

"I am currently overseas and have just been made aware that the New Sunday Times in its edition today published the article. The allegations in the article are completely false."

He also said claims that he had arranged the dinner for the meeting were not true.  - NST

BUT, the itinenary below says ...

Will Lim Guan Eng please explain what he said in Singapore?

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cram said...

Let the case rest, bro.
LGE minta ampun maaf from the Sultan.
I don't see any other politician do likewise when shit hits the fan, it's always blame, blame, blame,

Anonymous said...

Hey people, there's no wrong in stating the facts. It is a fact that this nation has always been populated by a majority of the indigenous people. It is a fact that the Creator created us in different races.