Folks, it is confirmed. M. Kayveas is desperate for his own political survival. Out of desperation, he calls Gerakan President 'narrow minded'.
Now, he wants to assume merger talks only after Dr Lim retires. He said that younger leaders like Gerakan deputy president Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon and secretary-general Chia Kwang Chye, he added, were more open to the idea of a merger. From an unofficial but trusted channel, these Gerakan leaders are merely being polite when they said they will consider his proposal.
Kayveas added “I am quite disappointed with Keng Yaik’s views, he is being narrow-minded on the matter. Perhaps, he thinks I will try to wrest a party post after merging with Gerakan."
I am sure Kayveas is only joking when he said "but don't kacau my seat in Taiping". Afterall, he is not interested in position.