By Terence Netto
DAP draws a line against politicos in business
COMMENT It's been bruited about on the grapevine that the DAP has drawn a line against its elected legislators getting involved in business.
The issue came up when it was revealed in the Perak State Assembly last month that the party's state chief, Ngeh Koo Ham, and his cousin, Nga Kar Ming, have landed interests in Kelantan.
Word has it that the duo would shortly announce a move that should see them divested of their holdings in Kelantan which had qualified them to be members of the landed gentry, a dubious distinction for politicos from a party of social democratic aspirations...