I will discuss with GPS leaders first, says Abang Johari on possibility of lending hand in Malayan state polls

Abang Johari speaks to the press in Kpg Long Leng on July 4, 2023. Photo credit: Sarawak Public Communications Unit (Ukas)

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By Shikin Louis

BARAM, July 4: Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) chairman Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Abang Johari Tun Openg says that he will discuss with other leaders in the coalition first on whether or not they would offer assistance during the state polls in Malaya.

He was attending a function in Kampung Long Leng here today when he was asked by a reporter whether GPS will send a squad to assist in the state polls.

“I will discuss with GPS leaders first,” he replied.

On July 2, Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Patinggi Ahmad Zahid Hamidi who is also Barisan Nasional (BN) chairman during a work visit in Sri Aman, had openly requested GPS leaders to assist the coalition in campaigning during the six state elections scheduled to be held next month in Peninsular Malaysia.

He believed that the six states can learn from GPS’ experience in the Sarawak election which has led to stability in the region. – DayakDaily