The PAS president criticised unnamed individuals for ‘full-time politicking’ and being ‘immature’.
he said: “At this critical moment, they are still debating on who should be the prime minister, although they are fragmented and cannot gather the necessary numbers.
“Another group doesn’t realise that their boat is sinking to the point they sent their letters to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, but without a figure. They were sending a blank cheque for His Majesty to write the amount.”
Umno president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has also been accused of penning a letter, dated Oct 15, to state his support for Anwar to form the government.
PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang today lauded the Perikatan Nasional (PN) government for putting Malaysia under an Emergency, which he said would let it focus on containing the Covid-19 pandemic
In a lengthy Facebook post today, the Marang MP also criticised rival politicians for distracting the government from this task.
He claimed they were behaving as though the pandemic were not real.
“Their minds have reached the point of not being aware of the dangers ahead and oblivious to the advice given.
“There are also those who are still politicking for various immature and malicious political reasons. At this critical time, they are still debating who deserves to be the prime minister, even though they are divided and not able to gather sufficient support,” he said.
He also defended the government over the Emergency, saying it did so in accordance with legal requirements and with public interests at mind.
Hadi also argued that while the Emergency would affect the daily lives of Malaysians, it would only be temporary.