Kelab Penyokong BN Memperakui Kejahatan Mereka Selama Ini April 19, 2009Posted by ibrahimbaba in Kerajaan, Kuala Terengganu, politik, UMNO.
Tags: Ahmad Said, MB Terengganu, Menteri Besar, penyokong BN, Terengganu
Akhirnya mereka sendiri memperakui kejahatan yang selalu mereka lakukan selama ini. Cuma bezanya kali ini ialah mereka lakukan terhadap sesama mereka dari puak yang berlawanan dengan mereka.Selalunya yang menjadi mangsa ialah parti lawan atau orang awam yang dituduh menjadi penyokong parti lain dari mereka.
Kali ini Kelab Penyokong BN Terengganu telah membuka pekung mereka sendiri apabila menuduh puak Ahmad Said yang memerintah bertindak jahat dengan memecat serta menukar mana-mana pegawai kerajaan dan GLC Terengganu yang tidak bersama puak mereka atau yang menyebelahi puak lawan mereka dalam parti yang sama. Termasuk dalam tindakan jahat dikatakan juga sesetengah mereka ini ada yang kena turun pangkat.
Laporan The Star hari ini menceritakan semua ini. Antaranya:
“… drastic step of removing, demoting and redesignating senior officers of state-linked companies and agencies …”
“… Ahmad’s decision to stop the uniform aid to schoolchildren”
hinggakan amaran bunuh!
“… were also upset when three of their peers received death threats purportedly originating from the Mentri Besar’s office …”
Mana satu yang benar? Kalau pejabat MB nafikan bermakna 3 yang menerima amaran tersebut berBOHONG!
The Star, Sunday April 19, 2009
MB failed to explain raft of changes, says club
KUALA TERENGGANU: Mentri Besar Datuk Ahmad Said’s failure to explain his drastic step of removing, demoting and redesignating senior officers of state-linked companies and agencies may be one reason for his fallout with the 10 Barisan Nasional assemblymen.
Another reason, claimed the Terengganu Barisan Nasional Supporters Club, was Ahmad’s decision to stop the uniform aid to schoolchildren.
Club secretary Alias Abdullah said what Ahmad did sowed resentment on the ground.
“I don’t think ties would have soured if the Mentri Besar had briefed the state assemblymen properly on the reasons for his actions,” said Alias, who is also the Alur Limbat assemblyman.
Ahmad had earlier removed and re-designated many state senior officers. They included chief executive officers of state-owned companies, while several top government officials felt that they had been demoted when they were re-assigned to head less important agencies.
Alias said the assemblymen were also caught in a bind when they could not explain why some aid to the constituents were stopped.
He claimed that Ahmad ignored the difficult situation of the state assemblymen.
Alias said the 10 assemblymen were also upset when three of their peers received death threats purportedly originating from the Mentri Besar’s office, leading them to stay away from the second day of State Legislative Assembly proceedings.
In another development, state police chief Senior Asst Comm Datuk Sukhri Dahlan said investigations into the death threats were still in progress.