Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong is taking revenge on Opposition MP Low Thia Kiang after he was embarrassed by the veteran opposition’s questioning during the Oxley Road debate. The Workers Party leader received a lawsuit from another of many Lee Hsien Loong-controlled committee, termed “independent panel”, of multiple serious allegations of corruptions at the opposition-held town council. Oddly enough, no police was made and a civil lawsuit was instead launched despite public funds being allegedly misappropriated.
HDB jumped on the opportunity and also said that they are now investigating the opposition town council. The matter has been referred to the Attorney General Chambers, where the current Attorney General is Lee Hsien Loong’s former personal lawyer, Lucien Wong. To seal the fate of Low Thia Kiang, former PAP MP Hri Kumar is now the new Deputy Attorney General. Both candidates were recommended by Lee Hsien Loong and puppet president Tony Tan appointed them on the dictator’s order.
It is now clear cut that Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong is acting to remove Low Thia Kiang from his MP seat who could not be getting rid of through an election. Low Thia Kiang’s incrimination would further disqualify him from future contests and he may likely be jailed like his predecessors and ex-colleagues like Tang Liang Hong from the WP.
At the two-day Parliament inquiry over the Oxley Road debate, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong was video-ed fidgeting uncomfortably when MP Low Thia Kiang pointed out the PM’s inconsistency in not suing his own siblings. According to a source close to the ruling party, PM Lee Hsien Loong was said to be “not very pleased with the opposition MP’s opportunistic attack”. A retaliation is hence expected and sure it is less than a month today.