VALE ISSUE: 3 DAP assemblymen ask Perak MB to clarify, but MB stands by his claim
FORMER Perak state executive councillors Datuk Ngeh Koo Ham, Nga Kor Ming and Thomas Su refuted the New Straits Times report that they had apologised to Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abd Kadir over the Vale issue.
The three also wanted NST to apologise within 48 hours or they would contemplate legal action.
Along with former menteri besar Datuk Seri Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin, they asked Zambry to clarify (the matter).
They also claimed they did not apologise to Zambry. Nizar also wanted the NST to apologise to Pakatan Rakyat and DAP leaders.
Su said this was an irresponsible act to cause a friction among the PR leaders to disunite them.
Zambry, when asked about the denial, said: "You should throw the question (back) at them. They know they met me at the canteen. Ngeh saw me and now he has forgotten that we had a casual talk on the matter with friends.
"To me, the apology is not important. The issue is the status of the project itself. I do not want to prolong the issue. What is important is that the issue was debated and I have revealed the status of the project to the public... they said they did not agree, but I have proved that they did."