Outsiders barred from visiting Nik Aziz's grave, says relative

Nik Adli Nik Abdul Aziz seen here locking the gates of the graveyard.

KOTA BARU: A relative of the late Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat wants no outsiders to visit the grave of the late PAS icon.

Pakatan Harapan chairman Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad is currently in Kota Baru and is scheduled to visit Nik Abdul Aziz's grave as part of his campaign trail.

On Saturday (May 5), Dr Mahathir visited the grave of former PAS president Datuk Fadzil Noor in Kedah.

Ahmad Dasuki Abd Rani, who is Nik Abdul Aziz's relative and contesting the Kota Anggerik state seat in Selangor for GE14, said that the family does not want any individuals who could split the family further.

"We want the family to be united at this point.

Ahmad Dasuki Abd Rani who is a relative of Nik Abdul Aziz.  


"We do not want the family to be involved in any issues with the election nearing," he said at the Pulau Melaka Muslim cemetery on Sunday (May 6).

One of Nik Abdul Aziz's sons, Nik Adli Nik Abdul Aziz, was seen earlier locking the gates of the graveyard.

His two other sons are contesting under separate political parties. Nik Abduh is the PAS candidate for the Bachok parliamentary seat.

Nik Abduh had expressed his disappointment with his brother Nik Omar for going against their mother's advice not to join a rival party of PAS.

Nik Omar is Pakatan's candidate for the Chempaka state seat.

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