Call for Johor Polls by BN a "must" to let PN win, says Tuan Ibrahim

11 Mar 2022 11:46pm
Tuan Ibrahim speaking to the crowd at PN’s north zone operations centre.
Tuan Ibrahim speaking to the crowd at PN’s north zone operations centre.

SHAH ALAM - Barisan Nasional-led government in Johor called for this state election claiming political instability as they only had one seat more than the opposition.

Pas deputy president Datuk Seri Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man said there was one time when Pas governed Kelantan for a full term not only with one seat but also won by two votes.

“We stood strong for one term and made it till the end.

“Do you know why? Because we had integrity,” he said during the final ceramah night in Johor before tomorrow’s judgment day.

He went on to say many argued that there were no reasons to call for the polls, especially amidst the unpredictable Covid-19 situation in the country.

“However, let me tell you my opinion about this. To me this election is vital, a must.

“Why a must? For PN to win,” he told the crowd at PN’s north zone operations centre.

The Kubang Kerian MP said without an election PN can’t win and that the people of Johor should not let them think that this election was to stabilise their power here.

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“If they win here in Johor, they will think they can win in the next election. Don’t let them,” he added.

Tuan Ibrahim expressed his confidence that Johoreans will vote for PN based on sentiments on the ground.

He said he visited people from all backgrounds be it the Chinese, Indians, Orang Asli as well as the Malays and all had told him: “We are with you”.

“They are ready to vote for us but like a football match, regardless of how beautiful it is, we can’t announce the win until the final whistle.

“Like a football match, Pas, Gerakan and Bersatu have been cooperating and working hard and everyone is here to win it, our solidarity is strong,” he said.

Tuan Ibrahim also took a jab at BN’s top leadership, saying that they did not dare paste faces of the “court cluster members” on posters across the state.

“Look at Muhyiddin, no court cases, faced the Covid-19 pandemic for 20 months while he was in power and spent RM530 billion for the people,” he said.

Tuan Ibrahim ended his speech urging Johoreans to return home and vote for PN and make the change.