Lim Guan Eng insists sister not contesting in elections

Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng maintains that his sister Lim Hui Ying is not going to contest in the 13th General Election. Alleging that his sister was not keen for participating in the elections, Eng said that DAP chairman Chow Kon Yeow could also confirm the news.

“My sister has no interest in contesting and YB Chow has said that her name is not in the list. She had no interest in contesting three elections ago and she has no interest in contesting now. Don’t drag my family members into this,” Lim said.

Eng’s response came in the wake of a report published by a news agency. Eng made reference to the report and called it a brutal lie.

Moreover, Eng accused Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin for personally offending him through mocking him and by calling Lim’s

actions stupid. Eng urged people to wear certain colors during the Barisan Nasional (BN) Chinese New Year Open House on February 11 and Yassin reportedly called that a stupid act.

He said: “I’m sad that he used such unbecoming language against me. I don’t want launch a similar personal attack, particularly about Psy’s performance here on Monday. I don’t want to respond in the same tone.”

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