Hornbill Unleashed

December 10, 2016

In tit-for-tat, PAS Youth says eyeing Pakatan’s Permatang Pauh seats

Filed under: Politics — Hornbill Unleashed @ 8:01 AM

Penang Amanah chief Datuk Dr Mujahid Yusof Rawa yesterday said his party could challenge for Permatang Pasir — the only seat in the state held by PAS. — Picture by Yusof Mat IsaPermatang Pauh chapter of PAS Youth has expressed interest to contest in two state and one parliamentary seats in Permatang Pauh.

Local chief Ahmad Rafaei Rashid said the movement was free to contest any seat it desired in Penang as it was not part of Pakatan Harapan.

“We are interested to contest in the Permatang Pauh parliamentary seat and the Penanti and Seberang Jaya state seats in Penang,” he said in a statement today.

He is responding to Penang Amanah chief Datuk Dr Mujahid Yusof Rawa, who yesterday said his party could challenge for Permatang Pasir, the only seat in Penang held by PAS.

“We may even consider taking over the DAP state government that is now getting worse and we all know the BN government is already very bad,” Ahmad Rafaei said.

He proclaimed PAS the best among the current options available to voters, and touted his party’s performance in governing Kelantan since 1990.

Yesterday, Mujahid said PAS is no longer part of the Pakatan Harapan pact so Amanah could contest in a PAS seat.


Source : The Malay Mail Online


1 Comment »

  1. Like all Taliban bigots PAS is hallucinating and their leaders are bragging like drunkard.

    Comment by Awaken Dayak — December 10, 2016 @ 8:04 PM | Reply


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