KKB polls: Candidates should focus on local issues, says Ramanan


HULU SELANGOR: Candidates for the Kuala Kubu Baharu (KKB) by-election have been urged to focus on issues faced by the local community rather than national issues in their campaign trail.

Entrepreneur Development and Cooperatives Deputy Minister Datuk R. Ramanan, also PKR deputy information chief 1, said the candidates should discuss solutions to the problem and hardship the KKB constituents face.

"Don’t take advantage of this by-election to talk about national issues when they should prioritise matters related to KKB,” he said while reminding the candidates to steer away from the ‘slander narrative’. – Bernama

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