Tajuddin removed as Umno Supreme Council member

Tajuddin Abdul Rahman, the minister assign to Indonesia, has been taken out as an Umno Supreme Council part.

In a letter, at present getting out and about via online entertainment and located by FMT, Umno secretary-general Ahmad Maslan expressed gratitude toward the dubious MP for administrations delivered.

“The president, by means of this letter, has ended Datuk Seri’s arrangement as an Umno Supreme Council part,” he expressed, alluding to party boss Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

The letter was dated June 21.

FMT has affirmed the validness of the letter with a source.

Ahmad trusted that the Pasir Salak MP would keep on filling in as a serious Umno part.

He likewise complimented Tajuddin on the last’s arrangement as an envoy.

On Sunday, Tajuddin affirmed that he had been welcome to Istana Negara to accept his letter of arrangement as Malaysia’s envoy to Indonesia.

The post has stayed empty since Zainal Abidin Bakar, who was named on March 21, 2019, resigned on April 4, 2021.

Tajuddin’s arrangement had caused a commotion and welcomed analysis from a few quarters including MPs, previous representatives, legislators, and common society.

In any case, Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob guarded his arrangement, saying that the previous Umno races chief was a “prepared government official and (was) experienced”.

Tajuddin was eliminated from his post as Prasarana Malaysia Bhd director in May 2021, only days after his much-scrutinized question and answer session over an impact including two LRT trains.

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