Sunday, February 5, 2023

“It’s DAP again!” PAS slams DAP for non-Muslim’s declining trust in the party

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There will be no problem for the Islamist party to lead the country as experience is not needed to hold the prime minister post, says PAS Vice-President Datuk Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah.

He then said that in Malaysia, only Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad had prior experience in serving as the prime minister.

He added that being the prime minister is an “easy job” since the country possesses incredible civil servants backing the leader.

Source: Malay Mail

“The PM is like a landlord. When he wants to build some building in his land, he has the money and can call the architect to design and contractors to build,” he was quoted as saying by Malay Mail.

“This is what PAS leaders like Datuk Seri Nik Aziz Abd Aziz Nik Mat did when he took over Kelantan in 1990. We have no experience but we have a vision.”

Earlier, the vice-president urged the PAS Supporters’ Congress (DHPP) to promote PAS to the non-Muslims.

He said that PAS, which currently runs the Kedah, Kelantan and Terengganu state governments, has shown that it could take care of non-Muslims and claims that there were no oppression towards the minorities there, despite its three “inexperienced” leaders there.

Source: Berita Harian

“In Kelantan, the menteri besar is from a religious background, in Terengganu, we have a professional and in Kedah, we have a party activist.”

“These three have no experience in governing, they were not state officers before, but they show with the correct policy and clear vision, they could govern,” he said.

When commenting on the negative perception the party has among the non-Muslims, he said it was all because of DAP.

“UMNO used to give Malays a bad impression of PAS. And for several years now, DAP has given a bad impression to non-Malays. In Kelantan, almost 90% of Chinese rejected PAS candidates. The view needs to be broken because that’s why this PAS for all tag should be spread again,” he said.

Meanwhile, DHPP chief N. Balasubramaniam said it has formulated a strategy to inform the non-Muslim voters of PAS’ policy, which he think will be good for the country by mentioning the way the Islamist party had governed Kelantan for 32 years.

“We have understood that when we bring Islamic policies, it is fair for all, let’s take the example of Kelantan where there is a racial issue? There is no racial issue in the state of Kelantan.”

“If PAS governs, I hope there is no racism in this country of Malaysia. If there is a government (PAS) the economy will recover and be good. We see it in these new Kedah and in Terengganu,” he said.

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