KUALA KUBU BAHARU, March 14- Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin(Pic) today revealed an alleged plan by the opposition pact to disrupt the smooth running of the upcoming 13th general election by creating disorder in the country. He said information gathered from reliable documents, revealed that the opposition parties were planning to do so because they were now shaken with the increasing support by the people for Barisan Nasional (BN).
“Like (Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) adviser Datuk Seri) Anwar Ibrahim said, if he loses in this election, it is because of manipulation by the Election Commission.
“When he wins, he never says that the EC cheats the people, but when he feels like he is going to lose and his dream of becoming prime minister cannot be realised, then he starts making the prediction,” he said in his speech at a gathering with the people in the Hulu Selangor parliamentary constituency in Bandar Bukit Sentosa near here.
Also present were Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Minister Datuk Seri Noh Omar, who is also Selangor BN chairman, Hulu Selangor Member of Parliament P.Kamalanathan and Public Land Transport Commission chairman Tan Sri Syed Hamid Albar.
Muhyiddin believed that such a statement was made by the opposition because they realised that they were not capable of forming a government after the coming general election.
“I am telling this as a reminder to colleagues in Barisan Nasional, that this is what we are going to face, but I am confident that with our strong spirit and hard work, we will be able to overcome it, he added. He expressed confidence of BN retaining the Hulu Selangor parliamentary seat and three state seats in the constituency in the coming general election.
He said the Selangor government under the opposition pact had created various problems for the people in the state with its promises which had yet to be fulfilled.
“The people of Selangor are angry with the state government. Many of them have brought their cases to the court, the single mothers and those who deserved to receive what have been promised to them, but until today, I have not heard of any answer from the Selangor Menteri Besar on the promises,” he added.
Muhyiddin advised the people to not be hoodwinked by the opposition’s election manifesto which promised various things which were impossible to be implemented. He said the BN manifesto, which would possibly be unveiled after Parliament had been dissolved, would provide a comprehensive picture of what would be implemented.
At the function, Muhyiddin announced a contribution of RM200,000 to the As-Salam Mosque and RM100,000 to several non-Muslim houses of worships in the area. He also launch four stage buses belonging to Setara Jaya, bringing to 12 buses, to service the 22,000 residents in Hulu Selangor.