Above is an article by The Malaysian Insider (TMI):
“All signs point to the fact that Khalid has lost his job. That he should go. He should inform the state ruler of that immediately and not wait to seek an audience. Why should Selangor suffer a week or two more with a menteri besar in name but without any support?” – TMI
So, is TMI pushing Tan Sri Khalid to quit immediately without a royal audience?
Apart from that, TMI also wrote:
“But why wait for the sultan to decide his fate? Why hide with palace protocol?” – TMI
Is TMI trying to accused Tan Sri Khalid as being power crazy and forcing Tan Sri Khalid to go against the Sultan’s orders?
Selangor MB, Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim had tried to seek an audience with the Sultan who is overseas at the moment to inform the Sultan about what is happening and to seek for the Sultan’s advice.
But the Sultan of Selangor told Khalid to wait until he comes back, and that is why Tan Sri Khalid is still the MB of Selangor; because the Sultan says so.
What ever Tan Sri Khalid wants to do next, he must first seek an audience with the Sultan.
He obeys the Sultan’s orders and is not trying to force the Sultan like what Anwar Ibrahim, his gang and some of TMI’s commentators are doing – forcing the Sultan of Selangor to accept Wan Azizah only because Anwar wants his wife to be the MB.
A 300 tonne MRT concrete span collapsed at a MRT construction site, within the former Rubber Research Institute site near Kota Damansara Monday night.
Three workers were feared dead after feared being trapped under the fallen concrete span.
The victims are Bangladesh nationals Mohamad Faruk Khan, Mohammad Elahi Hossain and Mohammad Alauddin Mollik.
The Star reported in its statement, Mass Rapid Transit Corporation (MRT Corp) said that:
“A span of the guideway had dislodged from its piers and fallen on the ground below. The span, which was made up of 14 units of segmented box girders, was 38m in length and weighed 300 tonnes. MRT Corp confirms that three workers are unaccounted for and are believed to be trapped underneath. Rescue efforts are currently on-going and an emergency response team is on standby at the site” – The Star.