Harrison ready to be sacked for representing PN in Jeram

MOHD IZZATUL IZUAN TAHIR
MOHD IZZATUL IZUAN TAHIR
29 Jul 2023 02:17pm
Harrison (left) arriving at the Kuala Selangor Closed Stadium candidate nomination centre on Saturday.
Harrison (left) arriving at the Kuala Selangor Closed Stadium candidate nomination centre on Saturday.
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KUALA SELANGOR - Perikatan Nasional (PN) candidate Datuk Harrison Hassan agrees to be sacked from Umno after contesting in the Jeram state seat for the Selangor State Election on Aug 12.

He said the actions represented the organisation’s procedure and thanked Umno and BN.

Harrison said he wanted to be a PN candidate because he wanted to aid the residents in the state.

"As a politician, I want to give the best service for the people in line with the principles of the party's struggles.

"I accept the current development and revitalisation the Jeram and Selangor residents wanted as well as vowing to work hard in winning this seat," he said when met after the candidate nomination in the Kuala Selangor Closed Stadium on Saturday.

The former Sungai Buloh Umno division deputy chief said he was confident that the public in the state wanted a change.

Umno president Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi on Friday announced Harrison was dropped after PN unveiled that he would contest for the coalition.

The deputy prime minister who was also the BN chairman said his membership termination was done automatically in line with the constitution and the party Disciplinary Board rules.

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In the Selangor State Election, Harrison faced a two-corner clash against BN candidate Datuk Jahaya Ibrahim who was the Kuala Selangor Umno Division chief.

The Jeram state seat in the 14th general election (GE14) was won by Mohd Shaid Rosli from Bersatu representing Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR).

Shaid obtained 7,087 votes defeating BN candidate Zahar Azlan Arifin (5,896) and Pas candidate Mohd Nor Mohd Shahar (4,326).

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