Meanwhile, I have chosen not to respond to personal attack launched by MCA President. I have a lot to say but I have chosen to remain silent. I can understand why my president is hysterical. I thought by remaining silent would enabled him to concentrate his ongoing battle with Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing and his allegation of RM10million. Obviously, the MCA President as usual, thinks that he can do no wrong. If I choose to respond then he will continue to allege that he is facing attack from all fronts, both within and outside the party. The President was so paranoid about his purported enemy that MCA leaders and members that have gathered at the Johor MCA headquarters in Jalan Segget, Johor Bahru were reported as ‘gangsters’ out to ‘ambush’ him.
With regards to his legal battle with Datuk Seri Tiong, I can only wish him good luck. I have said it in the last MCA Central Committee meeting that it is best to let the police, MACC and now the court to decide who is telling the truth. I had supported President to lodge a police report and seek legal redress, but I objected to the party itself getting involved. It is unfair to get the party involved, since the alleged RM10miliion never go into the party’s coffer and hence it becomes a personal problem for the President. It is up to President to defend his honour.
I will choose an appropriate time to defend myself against baseless allegations leveled against me by the President.