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FORMER Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission chief commissioner Dzulkifli Ahmad has not ruled out the possibility of joining a political party.
“I will announce it myself if I have joined any political party. There is no need to be evasive,” he said.
He said this when met by reporters after presenting a donation of 1,500kg of cencaru to the public at Pokok Sena, Tasek Gelugor today.
In the meantime, Dzulkifli said he would continue his welfare work in the Tasek Gelugor parliamentary constituency, which is his hometown.
“Even if I do not join a political party, I will continue with the welfare programmes according to my ability to help citizens and villagers,” he said.
At the ceremony, he also launched his own volunteer squad consisting of youth aged 18 to 40 to help the community in Tasek Gelugor. – Bernama, June 19, 2022.