Kulasegaran's dilemma - Perak or Johor?
COMMENT Though the irony in the call was unintended, it rebounded with a mordant quality to the ears of DAP national vice-chairman M Kulasegaran.
His party's secretary-general Lim Guan Eng had urged Kulasegaran and its Perak chief, Ngeh Koo Ham, to prioritise the larger picture of Pakatan Rakyat's goal of capturing Putrajaya over the temptation to engage in intramural feuding that had sundered the state chapter in the last two years.
Perak DAP is said to be simmering with the tension from internecine wrangles between the two MPs, the extent of which reached an acme of sorts when Kulasegaran was not invited to a DAP-organised commemorative event on the fifth anniversary of Pakatan's March 2008 electoral showing that was held in his bailiwick of Ipoh Barat...
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