KUALA LUMPUR – Former PKR Seputeh Division Chief, P Ganapathy who was sacked yesterday slammed the President of PKR, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and alleged that he is unfit to be the Prime Minister.
He also claimed that Anwar has failed to mend the party and further caused the party to be split into two teams.
“If Datuk Seri Anwar can‘t even take care of his own party and failed to build unity among its member, Malaysia will receive a worse fate when he becomes the Prime Minister.
“I feel that he is no longer fit to lead PKR, what more, to be the Prime Minister,” said the man who had been with the party since 1998.
Meanwhile, he also alleged that Anwar practices nepotism in the appointment of several strategic positions in the party.
He said, the positions are given to individuals with family ties or are friends to Anwar.
When asked if he would make a plea on his termination, Ganapathy emphasised that he will not return to PKR as long as Anwar is still the President.
“I will not make any plea. If my plea is accepted (by the party), I cannot continue to criticise the party. The President is still the same person, the people behind Anwar are also the same.
“I am willing to watch and criticise the party as a Malaysian and allow them to judge themselves,” he added.
Furthermore, he was also not satisfied with Anwar as he was not bothered on the claims for financial assistance for the party.
“I requested for my money amounting to RM84,000 which I used to purchase computer and the items needed by the Permatang Pauh by-election and the Sarawak Election. However, my claims have not been answered. If my justifications are not strong enough, then, why didn’t the party reply my letter and let me know why my claims are being rejected?” he said.
Yesterday, PKR sacked Ganapathy for breaching the disciplinary code of the party by spreading and uploading malicious statements and slanders on PKR leaders on the social media.
The termination was confirmed by the PKR Disciplinary Board in a statement. -MalaysiaGazette