DAP lawmaker denies PKR is marginalised in Penang

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PKR is not marginalised in Penang and state Gerakan should mind its own business.

This is DAP lawmaker Ng Wei Aik's response to allegations by Gerakan vice-chairperson Oh Tong Keong that PKR was marginalised in Penang, who cited the "freezing" of allocations of three PKR assemblypersons in the state, namely Norlela Ariffin (Penanti), Cheah Kah Peng (Kebun Bunga) and Lee Khai Loon (Machang Bubok), in making the claim.

"They (Gerakan) thought they can save PKR, but instead, I want to tell them to save themselves before saving others...

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