Kiulu Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) divisional chief Sindin Ranggangon who called for party president Datuk Seri Joseph Pairin Kitingan to step down was yesterday issued a show-cause letter by the party's disciplinary committee.
PBS secretary general Datuk Radin Malleh said Sindin was given two weeks to reply why action should not be taken against him for his action which was against the party's interest.
Radin said the committee noted that Sindin's action was not in the best interest of the party but at the same time acknowledged his right to be heard.
In an immediate respond, Sindin said he would reply the letter within the stipulated time. He reiterated his stand to stay put with PBS.
I am optimistic that Sindin is not alone in wanting Pairin to step down as PBS president. The others remain silent for reason best known to them only.