Ali Biju denies surrendering his seat for GPS to contest

Ali Biju denies surrendering his seat for GPS to contest

3/12/2021 5:41:00 PM

Ali Biju denies surrendering his seat for GPS to contest

SARAWAK POLLS | He's still considering defending his seat.

SARAWAK POLLS| Bersatu's Ali Biju has denied giving up the Krian seat for GPS to contest in his stead, and hints that he is still considering defending his seat for a third term.This is after the ruling state coalition's candidate for Krian, Friday Belik from PDP, claimed that Ali would not be contesting.

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