GRS-BN pact to win more than 15 parliamentary seats, says Hajiji

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ASYIKIN ASMIN
16 Nov 2022 07:29pm
Hajiji greets by GRS supporters at Kampung Bongaya Baru, Batu Sapi, Sandakan, here today.
Hajiji greets by GRS supporters at Kampung Bongaya Baru, Batu Sapi, Sandakan, here today.
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SANDAKAN - The pact between Gabungan Rakyat Sabah (GRS) and Barisan Nasional (BN) is expected to win them more than 15 parliamentary seats in Sabah.

Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Hajiji Noor is confident that the consensus of the two parties will meet Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob's target.

"I would like to state that we (the GRS-BN consensus) will probably be able to (win) more than 15 parliamentary seats in Sabah," he told reporters after meeting voters at Kampung Bongaya Baru, Batu Sapi, here today.

Yesterday, caretaker Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said they are aiming for at least 15 seats from Sabah to form the Federal Government after Nov 19 polls.

Hajiji, who is also the GRS Chairman said the GRS-BN government would focus on development and unity as a platform to bring stability and progress in the state.

He said both aspects are vital to the future of Sabah and its people.

"So, for me, if we are in politics, we must think about politics of development, progress and the politics of unity. Don’t be emotional," he said.

"If you vote for a candidate who can't form a government, it's a waste of time, it's a loss," he said, urging people to vote for
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