Why must Umno help weak PAS, asks Nur Jazlan

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26/1/2022 6:05:00 AM

Why must Umno help weak PAS , asks Nur Jazlan theSun theSundaily Johor PRN UMNO PAS PKR PH

PETALING JAYA: Johor Umno deputy chief Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed has said PAS is trying to hang onto its tenuous position in the federal government and...

PETALING JAYA: Johor Umno deputy chief Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed has said PAS is trying to hang onto its tenuous position in the federal government and now trying to ride on Umno’s coattails.According toMalaysiakini, Nur Jazlan cited as evidence the fact that the Islamist party has been making overtures to the state’s caretaker Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Hasni Mohammad, who is also state Barisan Nasional (BN) chief.

“Why should we help weak (parties)? In Malacca, they have proven (they are weak). They did not ally with us and lost everything.“At the time, we offered them rights to field five candidates, but they chose to go (with Perikatan Nasional).“Support for PAS in Johor is akin to that in Malacca - very little,“ Nur Jazlan reportedly said.

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Nur Jazlan: PAS looking for 'backdoor' in JohorHe said they are now trying to ride on Umno 's coattails. Hope UMNO stay away from PAS. They cannot be trusted! Backdoor? Macam pernah dengar je, macam geng backdoor government je! Haha

Report: Umno sees no benefit helping ‘weak’ PAS gain foothold in Johor, says Nur Jazlan | Malay MailKUALA LUMPUR, Jan 26 — Johor Umno deputy chief Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed has said PAS is trying to hang onto its tenuous position in the federal government by securing a foothold in the Johor state government. According to Malaysiakini, Nur Jazlan said PAS was attempting “to ride on Umno ’s... Hhahah...wen Umno weak they need lifeline frm Pas...😂😂😂 By the same reasoning, PH should not help Bersatu to retain their foothold in Johor. Their ship captain is also considering not to contest to save himself from embarrassing defeat. Hahaha, Muafakat to the drain.

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BERNAMApix PETALING JAYA : Johor Umno deputy chief Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed has said PAS is trying to hang onto its tenuous position in the federal government and now trying to ride on Umno’s coattails. According to Malaysiakini , Nur Jazlan cited as evidence the fact that the Islamist party has been making overtures to the state’s caretaker Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Hasni Mohammad, who is also state Barisan Nasional (BN) chief. “Why should we help weak (parties)? In Malacca, they have proven (they are weak). They did not ally with us and lost everything. “At the time, we offered them rights to field five candidates, but they chose to go (with Perikatan Nasional). “Support for PAS in Johor is akin to that in Malacca - very little,“ Nur Jazlan reportedly said. He said PAS was now looking for a “backdoor” into the Johor government. “They are not sincere,“ he reportedly added. Johor Ruler Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar has given his royal assent to the dissolution of the Johor state legislative assembly, paving the way for an early state election. Hasni leads the state government with a razor-thin majority of 28 seats. BN holds 16 seats while Bersatu has 11 seats and PAS one. The opposition Pakatan Harapan (PH) coalition controls 27 seats in the Johor state assembly comprising DAP with 14, Parti Amanah Negara (six) and PKR (seven).