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Stickers have nothing to do with us: Ku Nan

  • Tengku Adnan does not rule out the possibility it was the work of BN's supporters, or even rival parties trying to smear BN's reputation.
  • Free accommodation for those keen to go back to Kuala Kangsar to vote. Photo courtesy: Sin Chew Daily
  • "No flame, no smoke, but if you touch it, it will be very hot." Photo courtesy: Sin Chew Daily

PETALING JAYA, Apr 12 (MySinchew) -- The following are the highlights of the 14th general elections for the day:

BN AND UMNO secretary-general Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor clarified that it was not Federal Territory BN which provided RM300 rewards for individuals willing to put the stickers with BN's #Hebatkan Negaraku slogan on their vehicles during the campaign period.

He told Sin Chew Daily this had nothing to do with BN.

He did not rule out the possibility that it was done by BN's supporters, but could also be the work of rival parties trying to smear BN's reputation.

TO ENCOURAGE PEOPLE to go back to their hometowns to vote on May 9, Pastor Tan Chung Kiat of Tudan Methodist Church in Miri, Sarawak, offers free air tickets for those keen to go back and vote.

KUALA KANGSAR CHINESE Assembly Hall president Datuk Wong Seng Chin is now offering free accommodation at his three luxurious homestays in Kuala Kangsar on May 8 and 9, in hope of encouraging more people to go back to the town to vote.

He told Sin Chew Daily this facility is extended to Kuala Kangsar voters currently working outstation.

PAKATAN HARAPAN SECRETARIAT chief Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah said change is now taking shape within the Malay community and Felda settlements, and that they are like api dalam sekam (fire in the husks), no flame, no smoke, but if you touch it, it will be very hot.

 

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