The Klang Bus station issue has illustrated a few points well.
I do not know much about Klang, and do not want to say which side is right or wrong.
The point is, firstly, it illustrated a point that it is often easy to criticise, but when the table is turned and one is now running the government, perspective may be different from the other side of the table.
Secondly, any decision will bound to make some people happy and some unhappy. Decision making will result in changes; changes will affect people.
For those who are affected, the decision will be deemed bad. For those who may benefit from the change, the decision will be deemed good.
It is really how a person looks at things as well as which side of the table he is viewing things from that result in difference of opinion. And difference of opinion among people of strong characters will lead to open feud… like what is happening in this case.
I hope everything can be sorted out amicably . The most important thing is of course the interest of the people.