But it was not so in my case.
As TS Muhyiddin Yassin said here,
it's the prerogative of PM DS Najib Razak to include or exclude him in the Cabinet.
If Najib can't work with his deputy, then he has every right not to have him as his deputy.
It's sad but I accept that.
However, I'm actually very much more upset by this one,
Why did they sacked TS Abdul Gani Patail?
He seemed to be unhappy about his dismissal.
It's not like he said "Yes, I'm not feeling well and therefore I resigned."
I think we have a lot to worry about.
After all, as we all know,
Are they going to also sack the other,
(m)embers of the task force (who) are Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar, Bank Negara Tan Sri Zeti Akhtar Aziz and Malaysia Anti-Corruption chief commissioner Tan Sri Abu Kassim Mohamed.
Especially Zeti. Will they sack her too?
How are we to trust the findings of the Special Task Force now?
Najib had repeatedly asked us to wait for the conclusion of the investigation.
I hope some knowledgable Najib's supporter will try to answer my questions here.
Otherwise I have to conclude the same as many already did, that what happened yesterday was a plain crude purge to save the prime minister from the 1MDB scandal.