Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said, the influx of more than 20,000 people at Pasir Puteh, today give a clear signal that the people support Umno and against unlawful assembly on 9 July.
The Prime Minister said, if the presence of people who support UMNO and the Barisan Nasional (BN) in the state ruled by PAS is high, certainly in support of other states would be even higher.
Based on the turnout here, Najib said, the chairperson of the Free and Fair Elections (Bersih), Datuk S. Ambiga should be aware that many people support the struggle and the BN policy, and against the illegal assembly organized by groups such troublemakers.
“Ambiga strong? Do not think so. We will not bow to Ambiga at all, we will fight for the truth. We will keep our nails, “he said in his speech at the National School (Sekolah Kebangsaan) Sri Aman in Kampung Tok Nik nearby Pasir Puteh town.
Also present at the event – Minister of International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Mustapa Mohamed, Defence Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, Tourism Minister Datuk Dr Ng Yen Yen, Deputy Finance Minister Senator Datuk Dr Awang Adek Hussin and Pasir Puteh UMNO Chief, Zawawi Othman.
He explained that if the goal was an illegal assembly to correct the country’s electoral system, why PAS can be ruled Kelantan for 21 years?
Najib said, BN would not send his supporters in Pasir Puteh to clash with supporters of the illegal gathering in the capital despite the number of BN people.
He said this was because if the decision was taken it will only lead to clashes and fights that will bring chaos to peace in the country.
Najib said that if chaos occurs, then the situation will also affect the stability of the economy and undermines the fight before the BN leaders who have worked hard to develop the country to advance to this level.
“We built our country for so long. We begin in peaceful. Ambiga want to ruin it all,” he said.
Najib added, the winds of change are rife in the state in order PAS (Malaysia Islamic Party) based on the number of people present at the event magnitude.
Source : All Voices