External 'wave' contradicts Johor's vision of unity, harmony, says Johor Umno on PN

28 Aug 2023 04:35pm
Noor Azleen
Noor Azleen

JOHOR BAHRU - Johor Umno Youth Chief Noor Azleen Ambros alleges that the by-elections in the Pulai Parliamentary and Simpang Jeram State constituencies lean more towards a confrontation between Johor and external influences.

He pointed out that the significant presence of many political influencers from across the country are present interfers in the state's affairs.

He said this scenario makes the issues in Pulai and Simpang Jeram more than a simple clash between Pakatan Harapan (PH) - Barisan Nasional (BN) and Perikatan Nasional (PN) in this by-election.

"The most crucial challenge in the Pulai Parliamentary and Simpang Jeram State by-elections is not about PH-BN against PN; in reality, it's a confrontation of Johor against external elements.

"In this by-election, observe the numerous political influencers flown in from across the nation; from the north, and even from the eastern parts of the country, all of whom cannot hide their intention to meddle in our affairs down south.

"Yes, there is a 'wave' that we sense, but what it brings is not a wave of change; on the contrary, it's a wave to harm the state with external elements that clearly contradict the values of Johor; our values as the united and harmonious people of Johor," he wrote in Facebook page today.

The by-elections at Pulai Parliamentary seat and Simpang Jeram state seat are ebing hheld following the death of incumbent, Datuk Seri Salahuddin Ayub, who served as the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister. He died on July 24th.

Meanwhile, Noor Azleen hoped that the people of the state would come together and set aside any sentiments temporarily during this challenging time.

"There are greater dangers ahead of us, so let's put aside any sentiments that exist.

"This is because the sons of the South reject division. We choose unity, vision, and prosperity," he remarked.

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