PKR reshuffles state leadership line up

PKR central leadership council (MPP) have dropped its deputy president Rafizi Ramli and vice president Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad from its state chapter leadership.

Nik Nazmi previously led the Kelantan and Terengganu chapters whereas Rafizi headed Kuala Lumpur chapter.

Fuziah Salleh returned to her position as Pahang PKR chief along with deputy Rizal Jamin.

Party info chief Fahmi Fadzil released the names of new leaders for the states that have leadership change.

Sarawak
Chairman: Roland Engan (Baram division chief)
Deputy chairman: Ahmad Nazib Bin Johari (Santubong division chief)

Sabah
Chairman: Datuk Mustapha @ Mohd Yunus Bin Sakmud (Kota Belud division chief, Sepanggar MP, Deputy Minister of Higher Education)
Deputy chairman: Peto Galim (Sepanggar division chief, Inanam state assemblyman)

Pahang
Chairman: Fuziah Salleh (Deputy Domestic Trade and Cost of Living Minister and Kuantan division member)
Deputy chairman: Rizal Jamin (Lipis division chief)

Johor
Chairman: Syed Ibrahim Bin Syed Noh (Ledang division chief and MP)
Deputy chairman: Md Ysahrudin Bin Kusni (Bakri division chief)

Terengganu
Chairman: Ahmad Nazri Mohd Yusof (Kemaman division chief)
Deputy chairman: Dato Dr. Mohasdjone @ Mohd Johari Bin Mohd (Besut division member)

Kelantan
Chairman: Dato Seri Mohamad Suparadi Md Noor (Tanah Merah division chief)
Deputy chairman: Dr. Shamsudin Bin Ghani (Pasir Puteh division chief)

Kuala Lumpur
Chairman: Azman Bin Abidin (Bandar Tun Razak division chief, Prime Minister’s political secretary)
Deputy chairman: Jayakumar Muniandy (Kepong division chief)

Selangor
Chairman: Datuk Seri Amirudin Shari (Gombak division chief, Selangor Menteri Besar)- retained
Deputy chairman: Borhan Aman Shah (Sepang division chief, Housing and Culture exco )- retained

Negeri Sembilan
Chairman: Datuk Seri Aminudin Harun (Port Dickson division chief, Negeri Sembilan Menteri Besar)- retained
Deputy chairman: Muhammad Nazri Kassim (Seremban division chief)- retained

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