Go ahead and lodge report, I can go to Bukit Aman, says Hadi


ROMPIN: Tan Sri Abdul Hadi Awang says he doesn’t mind being questioned by Bukit Aman for alleging that DAP is promoting Islamophobia.

“He (Fahmi Fadzil) should go ahead (and lodge the police report). I can go to Bukit Aman. That’s okay,” the PAS president said at a press conference here on Monday (Nov 28) night.

Abdul Hadi said this when asked for a response on Fahmi’s remarks, where the Pakatan Harapan communications director challenged PAS to lodge a police report over claims that DAP is promoting Islamophobia.

Fahmi had tweeted on Monday (Nov 28) that PAS should lodge a police report if claims were true that DAP is promoting Islamophobia by slandering PAS to non-Muslims.

“If it is true that DAP is what it is accused of, file a police report. Let the authorities take action,” Fahmi tweeted.

Fahmi’s remarks came following Abdul Hadi’s allegations on Monday (Nov 28) against DAP, saying that for the sake of political interests, DAP began to show its true colours openly.

"This is evident when they commit slander against Islam by ‘throwing stones in the middle of the crowd in broad daylight’, especially against us (PAS).

"PAS has become their target after they saw our progress in the 15th General Election as we managed to achieve the highest number of seats among all parties, including DAP and all the parties in Pakatan Harapan," Abdul Hadi said.

Abdul Hadi did not state the cause of his latest remark towards DAP, but it is believed to be following a police report lodged by a Parti Amanah Negara leader over racist videos released by PAS supporters during and after GE15.

On Saturday (Nov 26), Amanah national mobility chief Mohd Sany Hamzan said they detected nine posts on Facebook and TikTok, which incited racial issues.

Mohd Sany, who lodged a report, urged the police to investigate the matter quickly and take stern action against anyone guilty of uploading these posts.

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