PBB to DAP: Why ‘kay poh’ but remained quiet when PH scrapped projects in Sarawak?

Datuk Idris Buang

KUCHING, Mar 2:  Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) information chief Datuk Idris Buang asks Democratic Action Party (DAP) Sarawak not to “kay poh” (being a busybody) now after failing so miserably in governing Malaysia, including Sarawak.

Instead of demanding Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) to explain now, Idris said DAP Sarawak should explain first the reasons why the party remained silent when Pakatan Harapan (PH) government scrapped of crucial development projects.

He said DAP Sarawak must also explain why PH government fought Sarawak over the implementation of State Sales Tax (SST) while all other petroleum companies have paid up.

“The question should be put back to them, why when you were in the position of power, you did nothing to see that we got our SST on export of petroleum products.

“Then there are the issues of the repairs of dilapidated schools, canceling of crucial projects such as building of rural roads, bridges, rural electricity.

“Sarawak had lost and suffered in many ways when the government was run by the PH government.

“While PH was tightening its grip on Sarawak, what did you (DAP) do? You were busy scheming to take over Sarawak by creating the so-called 6,000 odds questionable MPKKP (Village Community Management Council) representatives with rakyat’s money.

“You did not put Sarawak interest first! Now you want to kay poh, asking this and that like a bunch of grumpy chipmunks?” Idris asked in a statement today.

Idris who is also Muara Tuang assemblyman was responding to DAP Sarawak deputy chairman David Wong who demanded Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg to unveil his deal with Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin concerning the Malaysian Agreement 1963 and the State Sales Tax while negotiating for Gabungan Parti Sarawak’s (GPS) support for Muhyiddin.

“Why now so ‘kay poh kay poh’ asking what about the deal?  The chief minister had explained that GPS supported the 8th prime minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin for the stability of the nation without compromising Sarawak’s interests,” said Idris. — DayakDaily