KUALA LUMPUR: MCA has reminded its members and leaders to cease any sabotage attempts against the party in the run up to the 14th General Election (GE14).
The party’s disciplinary board chairman, Tan Sri Chor Chee Heung said those who resort such activities would be suspenanded or worse still expelled from the Barisan Nasional (BN) party.
He said the reminder is inline with the stand taken by the BN Supreme Council meeting recently, which wanted all its component parties to enhance their respective party members discipline.
“It does not matter they sabotaged the image of MCA or MCA candidates or other parties in the BN. If there is evidence (of sabotage), the disciplinary committee will come down hard. We will not wait until GE14.
“If there are cases which had been proven, we will take immediate action based on the party’s constitution,” he said in apress conference, here today.
He adds that the action could also be taken against those who seek to tarnish the name of the MCA and BN.
Present was, MCA disciplinary board deputy chairman, Datuk Lim Si Cheng and board member Datuk Tan Kok Hong.
Chor said MCA leaders who were not nominated for GE14 should also adhere to the party’s decision and not resort to acts which could only cause problems to the party.
He said despite there being no reports of sabotage as of yet, the party would nevertheless would remain vigilant and continue to monitor the situation.
“We are giving an early warning, so that it would be a reminder for party members. We do not want such cases of sabotage to be resolved after the election as was the case before this. Instead we want it to be resolved before the election,” he said.
Translated from Berita Harian