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Monday January 20, 2014 MYT 2:21:00 PM
Monday January 20, 2014 MYT 2:31:44 PM
by joceline tan
PETALING JAYA: Two top-ranking PKNS personnel at the centre of the controversial termination of PKR leader Azmin Ali from PKNS board member have been removed from their posts with immediate effect.
According to a top source, PKNS general manager Datuk Othman Omar and executive secretary Norita Mohd Sidek were informed that they had been reassigned to the general pool.
It is understood the move was at the order of Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim who is under pressure to explain Azmin’s sacking from the PKNS board.
Khalid, who had blamed PKNS for Azmin’s removal, had said he was planning to meet the pair today.
When the PKNS side called the MB’s office to ask about the meeting, they were told to go at 12.30pm. However, the source said that a while later, they were informed that the meeting was off because the pair had been removed from the posts.
The PKNS board is schedule to meet today and Khalid is expected to attend.
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