Several union workers of Keretapi Tanah Melayu Bhd, KTMB, may be calling it quits as a sign of protest against the Railwaymen's Union of Malaya, RUM president, Abdul Razak Md Hassan.
The group claimed that Abdul Razak was practising favouritism and failed to protect the welfare of the rail workers.
This conflict was long born from several accumulated issues, such as Razak not wanting KTMB former president Dr. Aminuddin Adnan to promote non-executive employees to executive level.
Indeed, executive employees cannot take part in RUM and as a result they cannot provide the monthly salary deduction of 9 ringgit, leading the Union to make less profits.
Abdul Razak claimed that 2,000 workers decided to implement work-to-rule in August 2011.
But according to Badrul, they were never informed of the matter and would have never agreed to it if they were.
Moreover, the workers' representatives will submit the form to quit the union to Abdul Razak tomorrow, hoping he will change his view of his leadership and his policy-making towards the workers.
Otherwise, they maintained that they will go through to obtain his resignation.