Poser over support for Khalid’s petition to Agong on ending emergency

Questions have arisen over the number of MPs who turned up at the palace on April 20, as well as tie signatories to the memorandum itself.

(MalaysiaNow) – Questions have surfaced about the extent of support that Amanah’s Khalid Samad has received from his Pakatan Harapan (PH) comrades for a committee he had formed to press for an end to the state of emergency.

This is after MalaysiaNow learnt from a reliable source that not only had most MPs from the coalition failed to turn up at the gates of Istana Negara on April 20 to show support for Khalid’s Committee for Ending the Emergency Declaration, a petition handed over to the Agong’s private secretary had only carried the signature of the Shah Alam MP.

A source close to the inner circle of the Amanah leadership said the memorandum delivered by the committee to Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah was short and signed by Khalid alone.

“Many questions are being asked about why a letter whose strength would depend on the number of MPs as its signatories only bears Khalid’s signature,” the source added.

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