If not, he said, Dyana's willingness to contest in the by-election for DAP was only to seek a position which could create tension in the community.
"If she is willing to question the policy of Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) which gives priority to the intake of Malay students, why doesn't she ask for Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, which is monopolised by one race, to be closed down?"
Razali said this to reporters after officiating at the Muar Umno division's 68th Umno celebration and Family Day at the Sungai Balang multi-purpose hall, here, Sunday.
He said Dyana, a UiTM law graduate, had even said before that the word "Malay" in the birth registration should be removed but at the same time, asked for the number of teachers at national-type Chinese schools to be increased.
"This is definitely unfair," Razali said and stressed that Umno had never asked the Malays to rise against the Chinese and had no desire to take away their rights.
He said all parties should not question what had been agreed upon by the various races in the social contract as contained in the Federal Constitution.
Earlier, Razai expressed regret over some highly educated Malays who were prepared to condemn their own country when abroad, which was not done by people from developed countries against their respective countries.
He feared that if this misdeed continued, the Malay community would become weak and others would not help them