JOHOR BARU: Lembah Jaya assemblywoman Haniza Talha (pic) claims unfair treatment by the Selangor government which locked her office after she was removed as a state executive council member.
The former Selangor Housing and Urban Living Committee chairman said because of this, she was unable to retrieve some personal belongings from the office.
“I was informed by my personal officer at around 10am Saturday (July 11) that my office was locked while I was on the way here to attend a function.
“I received my termination letter on Friday (July 10), and my officer went to the office to take my belongings, but could not do so as it had already been locked, ” she added.
Haniza, who is also former PKR women’s wing chief, said this when met after officiating at the southern region tour of her non-governmental organisation, Nation of Women, at a hotel here Saturday.
She added that she might have to request for special permission to remove her personal belongings from the office located at Bangunan Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah, Shah Alam.
Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Amirudin Shari said in a statement Friday that the termination of her tenure in the state executive council had been finalised.
He added that the executive council had met on Wednesday (July 8) to discuss Haniza's status, in line with her expulsion from PKR.
According to Amirudin, Selangor Ruler Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah had given his consent in regard to Haniza's sacking during an audience on Thursday (July 9), where he was briefed on the matter.
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