Not the time to bring out the ‘bullets’ yet, Samsuri saysNORHASPIDA YATIM
KUALA TERENGGANU - Pas Terengganu is just waiting for the right time to return the 'bullets' to Barisan Nasional (BN) following a series of attacks from the coalition ahead of state elections which will take place soon.
Terengganu Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Samsuri Mokhtar said that for now, strategies had been arranged and it was just a matter of time to act in the real war (state election) thus ensuring a stylish victory for Pas in Terengganu.
"When it's time for war, only then we will bring out the bullets (various Umno’s administrable misconducts).
"We have a strategy, there is still a lot in the pocket. All those bullets are for final shots (which will be made during the state election campaign)," he told reporters after the National Student Round Table Conference on Policy and Governance at Wisma Darul Iman on Tuesday.
Previously, Terengganu Umno raised several issues allegedly involving Pas government misconduct in the state administration.
Terengganu Umno chairman Datuk Seri Ahmad Said also publicly challenged Samsuri to debate the issue of government land allegedly sold to a non-governmental organisation (NGO) at a lower price than the current real estate market.
However, Samsuri refused to accept the challenge and was seen taking a silent approach by not answering every issue raised by Umno, especially regarding the ownership of strategic land in the Kuala Terengganu city centre.
In the same update, the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission also confirmed that it had received a complaint regarding the land sale.