PAS not split over support for coalition partners, says Khairuddin

PUTRAJAYA: There is no internal conflict in PAS over which coalition partner to support, a party leader and Syura Council member insists.

Datuk Dr Mohd Khairuddin Aman Razali (pic), who is also Plantation Industries and Commodities Minister, dismissed talk of a split in PAS between those supporting Umno and those backing Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu).

"PAS together with Perikatan Nasional will (continue) to do the best for the people," he said after launching the Engineer Placement and Internship Placement in the Industry 2021 programme here on Tuesday (March 2).

He also said PAS will stand by its commitment to strengthen the Muafakat Nasional coalition and nurture its relationship with Umno, while also defending Perikatan.

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