Muar has good feng shui too, so give us allocations, Syed Saddiq tells Nga


PETALING JAYA: Nga Kor Ming should visit Muar to see the constituency's "good feng shui" that makes it worthy of allocations too, says Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman.

The Muar MP thought it odd that the Housing and Local Government Minister chose to announce a RM5.21mil allocation for Hulu Selangor ahead of the May 11 Kuala Kubu Baharu by-election.

He claimed in an Instagram video uploaded on Friday (April 19) that "election bribery" was being legitimised as "feng shui" and "ong."

"And how is it that there is 'good feng shui' only in a constituency which is facing a by-election?," Syed Saddiq asked as he jogged in the video.

On Thursday (April 18), Nga announced the development allocation for Hulu Selangor district, of which Kuala Kubu Baharu is a principal town, and said it was not because of the by-election but because the constituency has good feng shui.

Syed Saddiq added: "I don't know if I want to be sad or angry as Opposition MPs have been waiting for constituency funds for almost two years.

"However it is okay, as I hope the minister will come down to Muar (which has many) places with good feng shui in the constituency that need millions in allocations."

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