Pelangai by-election: Amizar reminds BN machinery not to be complacent

BENTONG: Barisan Nasional (BN) candidate for the Pelangai state by-election Datuk Amizar Abu Adam reminded the BN election machinery to refrain from being complacent or taking their duties lightly.

He said the machinery must also be prepared to ward off the "attacks" by the opposition parties.

"We don't know what kind of 'attack' will hit. We must be ready 24 hours a day," he told reporters after meeting the Indian and Chinese communities in Telemong here Thursday (Sept 28).

Meanwhile, Amizar who is a Bentong Umno committee member said he will launch the BN manifesto for the people of Pelangai soon.

The Pelangai by-election, polling for which is on Oct 7, is a three-cornered contest among Amizar, Kasim Samat of Perikatan Nasional and Haslihelmy DM Zulhasni, an Independent candidate. - Bernama

Subscribe now to our Premium Plan for an ad-free and unlimited reading experience!

by-election , Pelangai , BN , machinery , Amizar Abu Adam


Next In Nation

69 undocumented migrants nabbed in raid at Pantai Dalam squatter settlement
Kemaman by-election: Polling day in pictures
MCMC to prepare framework to facilitate registration, regulating social media, says Fahmi
King meets foreign leaders at COP28
Kidnap of Bangladeshi journo: Policeman, three others charged
Man run over by train after falling on track at Datuk Keramat LRT Station
Kemaman by-election: Polling centres open at 8am
Chinese and Indian visitors find visa-free travel quick and easy
Three ordered to enter defence over murder
No legal protection, no go

Others Also Read