Khalid To Seek Guidance From Sultan On Elizabeth Wong's Offer

Khalid To Seek Guidance From Sultan On Elizabeth Wong's Offer

SHAH ALAM, Feb 17 (Bernama) -- Selangor Menteri Besar Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim said today he will seek an audience with the Sultan of Selangor, Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah to brief him and seek his guidance on State Executive Councillor Elizabeth Wong's offer to resign from her Exco post as well as the assemblyman for Bukit Lanjan.

Abdul Khalid said he had received the letter from Wong offering her resignation from the two posts, and said that the turn of events was unfortunate as she had been an examplary exco member.

"As I have stated yesterday, over the last 11 months, she had been working very hard in carrying her duties. In view of the trying circumstances and the obvious stress she must be going through, I have advised her to take leave and have a deserved rest," he said in a press statement released here today.

Abdul Khalid also said it was most unfortunate that certain elements had resorted to such despicable acts to smear her name and integrity and he was sure Malaysians and the people of Selangor would reject the use of such shameful tactics.

Wong, 37, the state executive councillor in charge of tourism, consumer affairs and environment, was in the limelight following news of efforts by certain parties to spread her nude photographs through the media.



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