SDP showed off its opportunistic side when it objected to the closure of wet markets.
SDP stated its objective: "The SDP will take the case to Singaporeans especially the residents at the Bukit Panjang constituency where we contested in the last general elections." & "We will ask the residents to oppose the sale of the wet market at Fajar Road".
Isn't it ironic that when SDP economic policies are to encourage local companies to blossom with the elimination of GLCs, SDP is fighting against the expansion of local company Sheng Shiong?
Would it be wise for the SDP to capitalise on this issue and turn it into a political equation? It's your take.