The riding Mp is back and he apparently was away on “personal matters”. The matter was handled by Dr Syed Husin,deputy president of PKR.
Excerpts from the star
“We regret that unfortunately the ‘fiercest’ among them was someone known to be a lawyer and Member of Parliament,” Dr Syed Husin said in a statement.
Dr Syed Husin told reporters later that he had spoken to Zulkifli for his side of the story.
“We accept his right to demonstrate but not the distasteful language used and storming the venue.
“In principle, it is wrong to assert your rights by denying others theirs and doing it forcefully.
“It should have been done outside the hall peacefully.
“He was exercising his rights but I don’t agree with the way he did it,” he had said.
You know what is pleasing about this displeasing issue? The party is admiting that it does not condone such behaviour and thinks that a MP should maintain a certain code of conduct who ever he is representing. Well done to PKR and hopefully the necessary would be done to not allow such things to ever happen again!
Btw- Zulkifli stands by his statement that his presence at a protest against the Bar Council forum on Aug 10 was in his capacity as an exco member of Pertubuhan Peguam Pembela Islam (Organisation of Lawyers Defending Islam) as not as a PKR MP.
Sorry boss..i dont think that is one cap you can put on and remove as you like