KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 28 — Muhamad Mizan Adli Mohd Nor, who was sacked from PKR today, said he will file a complaint with the Registrar of Societies (RoS) and indicated that it may result in the ruling Pakatan Harapan party’s deregistration.

Until recently, PKR Youth’s permanent chairman, Muhamad Mizan said he was baffled at the manner of his termination just days before the wing’s annual congress, and accused the party of breaching the rules with the latest round of sackings.

“As the permanent chairman, I was chosen by the AMK congress in 2018 and I could only be sacked by the congress itself.

“The congress is the highest institution in the party.

“I will bring up the matter to the RoS as I feel that this sacking is unfair,” he told Malay Mail when contacted.

Muhamad Mizan’s deputy, Mohd Ramly Ahmad, was similarly sacked today.

Mizan also slammed the reasoning made by the party for their sacking that both of them are over 35 years old, the maximum age limit for PKR youth office bearers.

He cited Article 5.1 and 5.3, that permanent chairman seat is not limited to 35 years old.

“I was 35 when I was elected,” he said.

Mizan also insisted that he and Ramly would attend the Youth Congress in Melaka on December 6 as it is their right to do so.

“I will come. It is my party,” he said.

Mizan said that the sacking breached Article 5.1 and 5.3 of the party’s constitution which stipulates that the permanent chairman seat is not limited to those aged 35 years old.

He also said that the voting process was overseen and confirmed by no other than the party’s own party election committee (JPP).

Both Mizan and Ramly were said to be aligned with Deputy President Datuk Seri Azmin Ali who was removed from officiating the Youth Congress to give way to the party’s Advisory Council Chairman Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.

Meanwhile, a source in PKR Youth revealed that the duo was actually sacked after the congress organisers, who were aligned to party president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim wanted to stop possible sabotage and the protest from Azmin’s supporters over the decision.

“The decision is to ensure the AMK (PKR Youth) Congress will go on smoothly,” said the source who declined to be named to Malay Mail.

The source also said that the real issue was actually raised by some of the state PKR Youth leaders who protested the duo’s wins in last year’s Congress in Selangor.

“The (sacking) letter detailed that there were more votes than attendees at the Congress. The matter was always there but no actions were taken until now,” said the source.

PKR will be having a press conference tomorrow on the Congress issue.

Meanwhile PKR Youth Chief Akmal Nasrullah Mohd Nasir insisted that the duo sacking was in line with the party’s rule as it is time the wing practises organisational discipline, reflecting the main party’s rules and constitution.

“The party will not be deregistered over this,” Akmal was quoted as saying in Parliament today.