Anwar raps Kadir Jasin over post on Agong’s expenses


Noel Achariam

PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim says the rulers have been used to the Umno government for 60 years. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Najjua Zulkefli, June 6, 2018.

PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim today chided Bersatu supreme council member Kadir Jasin for his disparaging remarks on the Yang di-Pertuan Agong’s expenses.

Anwar said the rights of all people should be respected as Pakatan Harapan has worked hard to gain the rulers’ appreciation.


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  • OMG - is Kadir telling the truth or it is fake news. Anwar - please confirm - Truth or Lie!!! Remember - millions f Malaysian is struggling daily - to put a decent meal on their table fr their family

    Posted 3 years ago by Chris Ng

  • Kadir Jasin being a veteran newsman would have reported it as a newsworthy item deserving of public scrutiny and interest..

    Posted 3 years ago by MELVILLE JAYATHISSA

  • AThe more Anwar speaks the more he displays his true character. And it does not seem very admirable. I have nothing against him and sympathise with all that he has been through. But in this current debate I have come to the conclusion that I do not want him as my PM
    because I do not like his values. He seems more concerned for the royals than the rakyat, worried about offending them, when it is the rakyat that is offended by the behaviour of the royals.
    Before the elections the Johore crown prince called Tun “ a forked- tongue” individual. The Selangor and Kelantan kings withdrew his awards without giving reasons. I consider these as insulting and disrespectful. Did Anwar address any of these issues when he went to kiss the hand of these royals?

    Posted 3 years ago by Noureddine Kassem

  • 1/4 of a billion in 18 mths. 5yrs term will be almost rm1 Billion,

    Posted 3 years ago by Peter Poh