Kedah Regency Council meeting with Barisan reps over

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  • Monday, 01 Feb 2016

ALOR SETAR: The meeting between the Kedah Regency Council and Barisan Nasional assemblymen has ended after less than three hours.

Council chairman Tunku Temenggong, Tan Sri Tunku Sallehuddin Ibni Almarhum Sultan Badlishah was seen leaving Wisma Darul Aman at 5.25pm Monday, where the meeting took place.

He was seen walking to his car with a solemn-looking state Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Mukhriz Mahathir.

Both left in their own cars at the same time via a side gate to avoid the media.

Kedah Umno deputy chairman Datuk Seri Ahmad Bashah Md Hanipah was seen leaving at about 6pm.

Pressmen rushed to his car to get a comment, but he left without even winding down his window.

At 6.15pm, state exco member Datuk Dr Ku Abdul Rahman Ku Ismail left and waved to pressmen, but refused to comment except to say that he was tired and would like to go home and rest.

Tengku Panglima Besar Datuk Seri Tunku Puteri Intan Safinaz and her convoy were seen leaving Wisma Darul Aman at 6.20pm.

No announcements were made and it is not known how the meeting progressed.

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