Tony Pua to Umno Youth: I thought days of police reports over


PETALING JAYA: Former Damansara MP Tony Pua has responded to Umno Youth's plan to lodge police reports over his Facebook posts on the Pardons Board decision regarding Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

"Oooh, the Umno Youth Chief wants police reports against 'insolent' Pua. I thought my days of police reports were over. And my missus is upset, so I better repent," he said in a post on his Facebook page.

Pua added in the post on Sunday (Feb 4) in a part addressed to the former Prime Minister that he is "excited" to hear of Najib's "well-deserved 50% commuted sentence to 2028, and a 74% fine reduction from RM210mil".

"What joy! We are all looking forward. Hang in there," said Pua at the end of the part of his post addressed to Najib.

This comes after Umno Youth said on Saturday (Feb 3) that it would be lodging police reports against Pua nationwide for his disrespectful remarks on social media about the Pardons Board's decision on Najib's sentence.

On Sunday, this was followed by Pahang Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Wan Rosdy Wan Ismail, who said that Pua had gone overboard with his remarks.

The Umno vice-president said that Pua is looking for cheap publicity after failing to get the people's support, adding that the former DAP publicity secretary was rejected by his own party members.

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