PKR claimed that the letter was fake and was sent by some irresponsible quarters using his name. ‘I have checked the letter, the signature is not mine and it is also not written using a letterhead designated for assemblymen for official letters,’ Kesavan informed the media on Tuesday, when asked to comment about the letter sent on February the 2nd, addressed to Datuk S.K Devamany, the Speaker. In the letter he is alleged to have declared that he has decided to leave PKR voluntarily on the same date. In it, Kesavan was declared to have said he was doing this because he had lost complete faith in the party’s leadership. Kesavan said after investigation, he was informed that a man claiming to be his representative, had given letter to the Speaker’s office on Tuesday. ‘This is an attempt to smear my image. I will be contacting the Speaker to clarify this matter,’ Kesavan told the media.