KKB by-election: Bersatu sets up special committee to look into needs of Indians, Orang Asli


PETALING JAYA: Bersatu has formed a special committee to look into the needs of and raise support from Indian and Orang Asli voters in the upcoming Kuala Kubu Baharu by-election on May 7.

The party's Selangor chief Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali (pic) said 12 portfolios have been formed at the request of the younger generation and non-Malay voters so that the machinery could look into various needs and issues.

He said all Selangor Bersatu divisions as well as MPs and assemblymen would be tasked to look after the 16 polling districts in the area.

"Yesterday, I chaired a special by-election meeting with the party's assemblymen in the state.

"The discussions revolved around preparations of the machinery and I presented detailed data and statistics for each of the 16 polling districts," Azmin said in a statement on Tuesday (April 16).

Azmin added that the meeting also discussed strategies and innovations to raise support from voters towards Perikatan Nasional.

He said printed materials including pamphlets have been prepared to speak up on economic and cost of living issues.

"Logistics and campaign materials such as flags and banners would arrive within this week," he said.

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