Penang Gerakan chairman: We won’t allow PN state gov’t to implement laws affecting non-Muslims
A PICTURE paints a thousand words but would non-Malay/Muslim Penangites believe in the assurance of Perikatan Nasional’s (PN) Pantai Jerejak candidate Oh Tong Keong should the Malay/Muslim dominant coalition is able to wrest control of the Pearl of the Orient from DAP?
“This has been the unchanging position of the party,” Sin Chew Daily quoted Oh who is also Gerakan deputy president as saying.
“I promise that if we obtain the people’s mandate, Gerakan will not allow the PN state government to come up with any policy that will affect the everyday life and rights of non-Muslims or all Gerakan reps will resign en masse and let the people vote once again.”
Oh also said the party had never whitewashed the actions of PAS and would speak up against any inappropriate statement made by PAS leaders unlike DAP which just “keeps mum” presumably to its PKR or UMNO allies in the Pakatan Harapan-Barisan Nasional (PH-BN) coalition.