Teo Chee Hean advises Low Thia Khiang to seek legal recourse…

Posted on 27 May 2012

…if he is indeed so unhappy about PAP’s alleged character assassination of Png Eng Huat.

Sore losers.

In The Sunday Times (May 27, 2012) today, Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean expressed surprise that the Workers’ Party chief Low Thia Khiang had accused the PAP side of “baseless attacks, distractions and character assassinations.”

And Teo is reported to have said that Low “is free to take it up further through legal actions if he feels it’s necessary.”

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Opposition supporters all over Singapore would like to take this opportunity to say this to PAP and Teo Chee Hean:

“Take up your si lang tao lah! You think everybody like PAP sibeh ooh eng ah?!”

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And now, in English:

“Wake up your idea! It is already the year 2012! And Workers’ Party is not the suing type, you understand?!”

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