RM2mil defections: Prove me wrong, Anwar tells Najib

KOTA BAHARU: PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim has challenged Prime Minister Najib Razak to call him a 'liar' in regards to his (Anwar) claims that elected representatives who defected were paid RM2 million to quit the Pakatan coalition.

He said he was also waiting for the representatives to deny his allegations.

"When they (the elected reps) deny this, only then will I divulge the proof that I have....until then...well... let's just say ... I can't remember where I kept the information , " he said to rousing support at last night ceramah here.

Also present were Penang Chief Minister Lim Guang Eng, Selangor Menteri Besar Khalid Ibrahim and Kelantan senior executive councillor Husam Musa.

Anwar also took the opportunity to apologise to the crowd for the defection of several PKR representatives.

Appologising to the crowd, Anwar said: "I am sorry...I will ensure that it (defection) does not happen again," he said adding that PKR will be organising courses for potential candidates and will ensure that the take the allegiance oath and give their full loyalty and support to the party's struggle.

Since coming into power in five states in the 2008 general elections, PKR had suffered severely from defections.

Last year the Pakatan coalition comprising PKR, DAP and PAS lost Perak to Barisan Nasional in a reverse takeover after three coalition (two from PKR and one from DAP) declared themselves BN-friendly independents.

Since then PKR has seen eight other defections.


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