Many netizens do not know much about Perak DAP. In fact, many netizens seem to be supportive of Perak DAP in the power struggle here without knowing the facts on the leaders here.
Trouble started long time ago but began to gain media attention in early 2008 before the 12th General Election.
The problems in Perak DAP are kept under wraps as any "public showdown" of the State leadership will only lead to cracks in Pakatan Rakyat Perak's demo-crazy activities.
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PO KUAN CRIES OFF: Batu Gajah MP declines nomination (18 Feb 2008)
"Suffice for me to say that due to the development of internal party events in the Perak DAP over the last few years, as well as currently, which perhaps you are fully aware (of), it has become impossible for me to continue serving effectively, efficiently and wholeheartedly as a party leader as well as an elected representative of the people."
Malaysia: Fong Poh Kuan Quits (18 Feb 2008)
She refused to explain the reason behind her decision in the press conference but in her e-mail writen to Lim, she said it was because of the Perak DAP internal events.
Online sources more sympathetic to Fong Po Kuan's withdrawal (18 Feb 2008)
Referring to one of its previous reports, Malaysiakini recalled that Fong was allegedly being pressured by the state leadership to contest elsewhere and to relinquish the Batu Gajah seat to Nga Kor Ming. Malaysiakini and theSun both noted that Perak DAP chairperson, Ngeh Koo Ham, denied forcing out Fong.
DAP leadership must deal with internal conflicts (5 Feb 2009)
While accusing fingers are being pointed at DAP assemblyman for Jelapang Hee Yit Foong for deserting the party, DAP MP for Batu Gajah Fong Po Kuan(pix) says Hee's departure underlines the need for the party's central as well as state leadership to take a serious view of its internal conflicts.
Yit Foong: DAP Didn't Want Me (7 Feb 2009)
She said when she tried to find out something from other state assemblymen, they just said they knew nothing, especially the executive councillors. She said someone purposely replaced the city councillors in her constituency (Jelapang). She had asked to meet the menteri besar personally because of this matter, adding that there was black and white to prove this.
Jalong rep fights ouster by cousins (20 Sept 2009)
The latest is the outburst by state treasurer Leong Mee Meng, who complained of being sidelined by the party’s state leadership helmed by two cousins - chairman Datuk Ngeh Koo Ham and secretary Nga Kor Ming.
A source in the party also claimed that branches had been set up by Nga in the Sungai Siput division recently in a bid to undermine Leong.“The leadership hopes to drop Leong as a candidate in the next general election by claiming that she has lost the people’s support,” said the source, adding that Nga controlled 40% of the branches in Sungai Siput.
Ngeh wipes away rep's tear-stained woes (23 Sept 2009)
Perak DAP chairperson Ngeh Khoo Ham said he has spoken to Jalong state representative Leong Mee Meng over her claims of being marginalised by the party leadership and it was no longer an issue.
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Leaders have complained time after time about Ngeh Koo Ham - Nga Kor Ming
- Fong Po Kuan
- Hee Yit Foong
- Leong Mee Meng
- A Subramaniam (over EXCO positions)
Are the above articles sufficient for the National DAP organization to take action against Ngeh Koo Ham and Nga Kor Ming ?
Perakians must come to their senses too and see the real faces of Ngeh Koo Ham and Nga Kor Ming.
All the above are accusations and grouses raised by Elected Representatives and Loyalists of DAP. YB Lim (s), surely, something must be done and action has to be taken against Ngeh-Nga, no ?