Well, sorry, too bad…
This is a sad story from Utusan. Perhaps,to gain sympathy from readers. What else could it be? To me, it’s a case of ‘not being able to let go’ or being a ‘sore loser’. He’s warmed the seat so long that his butts probably burned through them.
The story goes that former Perak MB Tajol Rosli wept (menangis) when he had to leave his office (pix above) today. He cried with his supporters as he was shocked that Perak has been seized by DAP/PKR/PAS (31 state seats as opposed to BN’s 28/ 11 Parliament seats as against BN’s 13).
He even refused to meet the media and the public who staked outside his office at about 8pm on Sunday night. By the way, the office looks like a palace, or a white elephant…
He locked himself inside the office until 6am on Monday morning. Reporters who waited for him were asked to leave. He didn’t want to speak to anyone. Before this he was so confident of retaining his seat and was almost sure that BN would emerge victorious from the 12th General Elections.
Wrong reading, sir.
Meanwhile, it has not been decided yet who among the 3 – DAP/PKR/PAS will sit on the chief minister’s post. 3 names have been handed over to the Perak Sultan via the Regent, Raja Nazrin.
As it stands, the leading candidates for the post is believed to be Pasir Panjang representative from PAS Mohamad Nizar Jamaludin and PKR’s Behrang state assembly person Jamaluddin Mohd Radzi.
It is also learnt that in an agreement between the opposition parties, DAP has agreed to give PKR the menteri besar post, and in return DAP would have seven representatives in the state exco. PAS and PKR will have two each, including the menteri besar.
To me, really, it doesn’t matter who is CM, as long as he or she, will be fair and just and most of all, a Malaysian.
Can’t a woman be CM?