Jamaluddin Mohd Radzi and Osman Jailu the missing State Assemblymen from Perak are adamant that they have not resigned their positions.
They insist that they still represent Behrang and Changkat Jering, but the oddity is that they are not in Perak – one in Pahang and the other somewhere in Kuala Lumpur.
Surprisingly, at the press conference in Kuala Lumpur, they were not present, but a representative spoke on their behalf. Since the statements did not originate from the horses mouth, your guess is good as mine, whether it is true or not.
Jamaluddin was in Pahang but it is a coincidence that DPM Najib also hails from there; no, he did not meet him. Perhaps he was looking for another constituency, now that the Speaker of the State assembly has said he has given his resignation letter.
Jamaluddin maintains he is still doing his duties as an elected representative, albeit from a distance. He is sick.
Osman on the other hand is sick with fever and cough as he is old, aged 57.
These two chaps are caught with their pants down and I am sure they would have wished they had not done the vanishing act in the first instance. Bad enough the corruption case is hanging over their head, and hoping to find a solution through some VVIP in the government to escape the legal case, they are now disowned by PKR and this tantamounts to leaping from the frying pan to the fire. Their integrity and usefulness as the peoples’ representative has been blown to bits
They are sick now, but this sickness will last them long and it will take time for them to forget their misdeeds.