DAP chairman Lim Guan Eng today accused PAS leaders of racism and extremism. Commenting on the PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang’s latest Facebook post, Lim said that PAS leaders always put Muslims first, putting the country’s multireligious and multicultural stance in question. He claimed that if a PAS leader becomes Malaysia’s prime minister the country would break up considering he would only be a prime minister for Muslims and not for all Malaysians.
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In a statement, Lim Guan Eng said that no leader for PAS deserves to be Prime Minister.”National unity should be the priority amongst all Malaysians regardless of race and religion, and not just putting Muslims first,” he said after PAS revealed its ambition of having its own PM.
Lim claimed that a PAS prime minister would make a nightmare scenario for non-Muslims and non-Bumis. He further argued that it is because of PAS rule that Kelantan became the poorest state in peninsular Malaysia.
Lim accused Hadi of using extrimist views to hide his parties failure is handling corruption and economic problems. He stated that PAS bad governance has forced people in Kelantan to migrate to other states or Singapore.