Parti Keadilan Rakyat former liaison chief Dominique Ng (pic) brushed aside rumors that he was about to quit PKR.
He said he is still a member and would continue to remain loyal to the party.
“The rumors are absolutely nonsense. I’m loyal to PKR,” he told the Borneo Post on Monday.
There has been speculation that the former PKR liaison chief would be resigning following his abrupt removal.
PKR de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was appointed the new liaison chief for both Sarawak and Sabah.
Ng who broke his silence on Dec 31 said the remarks made by Democratic Action Party (DAP) leaders were to blame for his removal from the post.
He is contemplating to sue DAP state leaders over purported remarks that he was a stumbling block to the opposition alliance according to Borneo Post.