He said he could accept criticisms against the party, but would not compromise with leaders and members who could not follow the stipulated party policies.
"All party members must support the transformation agenda, work for the Pakatan Rakyat or be sacked from the party," he said when opening the Penang PKR Convention here Sunday night.
Anwar said the stance was taken as there were many PKR leaders who wanted stern action taken against errant members.
"Give your commitment to the party or leave the party and join Umno," he said.
Voices of discontent
In recent months, there have been growing voices of discontent and disillusionment from members aired publicly. Some were blatant criticisms hurled at the party leadership.
Notably among the affected states were Selangor, Sarawak and Sabah. One PKR state assemblyman in Selangor has resigned from the party to become an independent BN-friendly member.
In the two East Malaysians, grouses are still being heard against the PKR leadership in Kuala Lumpur.
Last week, PKR president Dr Wan Azizah went on damage control, telling members that she was aware of the problems at hand and was making efforts to put things on the right track.
Courtesy of Malaysian Mirror