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‘Long Police Search Not Suitable In Ramadan’

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KOTA BARU- The long police search on former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s residence that lasted through the night was not suitable especially when conducted in the holy month of Ramadan.

PAS vice-president and Kelantan deputy Menteri Besar Datuk Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah said the move would also bring negative responses among society.

“It is not that PAS is against the move by the police to investigate on any wrongdoing but they must consider the time that the checks are being carried out.

“If they want to gather information, they must do it more prudently,” he told reporters after delivering his ceramah at Medan Ilmu here today.

Mohd Amar was commenting on the raid at Najib’s residence in Jalan Langgak Duta, Taman Duta in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday night from 10pm to early yesterday.

On another note, Mohd Amar adviced PKR de factor leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim not to be so excited to take over Kelantan in the next General Election.

He said Anwar should focus on party administration works and to fullfill all the promises made in the party’s manifesto rather than issuing such statements.

“He should give himself some space after he returned to his family. He must ensure reformation happens in the Federal Government’s administration and must also make sure all the promises made to the people are fullfilled as people are waiting for it to be implemented,” he said.

On Israel’s attack against Palestinians, Mohd Amar said PAS would hold a special gathering to show its protest against Israel’s deadly attack on defenseless Palestinian civilians in the Gaza Strip.

While saying that PAS has condemned the attack, he said the peaceful gathering would be organised by the party’s central leadership soon.

“The Palestine attack is not a religious issue but a humanity issue and PAS has been condemning these attacks a long time ago.

“The Zionist act against this people are really cruel and can’t be accepted,” he said.- New Straits Times

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