PRS Ngemah chairman lodges police report over false letter claiming resignation

DSP Tega Bilong

KANOWIT, March 25: Former Ngemah assemblyman Alexander Vincent has lodged a police report over a falsified letter which stated that he had resigned as Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) Ngemah chairman.

The report was lodged at Kanowit Police station yesterday.

In the report, he denied that he had ever resigned from his position.

He believed that someone had forged his signature in the so-called resignation letter.

Vincent, who was not renominated to defend his seat in the Dec 18 State Election, said at about 4.34pm on March 10 while he was in Kuching, he received a WhatsApp message from the branch secretary informing him of a letter that said he had resigned as chairman of the branch.

Subsequently on March 21, his deputy chairman called him up, telling him that the said letter was brought up at their annual general meeting on March 17.

He had filed a report asking the police to take action against those responsible for the letter.

Kanowit district police chief, DSP Tega Bilong confirmed the report lodged by Alexander to newsmen after their Police Day celebration today.

“The report was filed at our police station yesterday but it is being investigated by the commercial crime division of Sibu police,” he said.

The case is being investigated under Section 468 of the Penal Code for forgery of documents. — DayakDaily