WP rejects Yaw Shin Leong's claim that party leaders asked him to 'stay silent' over alleged affair

WP rejects Yaw Shin Leong's claim that party leaders asked him to 'stay silent' over alleged affair

7/12/2021 7:45:00 AM

WP rejects Yaw Shin Leong's claim that party leaders asked him to 'stay silent' over alleged affair

SINGAPORE — The Workers’ Party (WP) has refuted claims that party leaders told former Member of Parliament (MP) Yaw Shin Leong to remain silent about the allegations of his extramarital affair in 2012.

“In fact, he was summoned to appear before the Workers' Party central executive committee to account for the matter, but chose not to do so.”On Monday, Mr Yaw — under the alias of Amos Rao — wrote on his Facebook page that Mr Low and Ms Lim advised him to

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remain silentwhen allegations of his affair with a married woman surfaced.Mr Yaw’s post came days after the party’s current secretary-general Pritam Singh said at a press conference that the former MP was dismissed from WP because he did not hold himself accountable to the party and the public after allegations of the affair emerged.

“Mr Low and Ms Lim categorically state that they did not advise Mr Yaw to stay silent.WP media chair Leon Perera”

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