Monday, May 16, 2016

PAS willing to lose Kelantan rather than give way to Amanah

Kelantan PAS is willing to lose the state  in the next general election rather than give way to Parti Amanah Negara (PAN) to contest in its stronghold, said party vice president Datuk Mohd Amar Abdullah.

"This is one thing PAS cannot compromise on and we are willing to lose all rather than work with traitors.”

"I am aware of Amanah's subtle tactics and they will try to make a deal with us that they will contest for the Parliamentary seats while the state seats will be contested by PAS.

“This is a party that will be satisfied should they only win one seat in Kelantan but PAS will give no quarter to PAN," the Kelantan Deputy Commissioner said in his speech at the Pengkalan Chepa PAS division recently.

The closed door meeting was officiated by party president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang, and the video was uploaded on Mohd Amar's facebook on Sunday.

Amar likened Amanah to a robber who runs away with  other’s  property, but when apprehended tries to negotiate a share of the loot.

"How can we work with these people who have betrayed the party? I want to state it very clear that we will never have anything to do with Amanah. Not today, tomorrow or ever," he said sternly.

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