BESUT – Gerakan Harapan Baru (GHB) chairman Mohamad Sabu has ignored PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang’s warning and reminderÂ that disciplinary action would be taken against all party leaders and members who participated in the GHB nationwide tour.
In fact, the former PAS deputy president said he was confident that Abdul Hadi’s warning would not affect the GHB’s efforts to gain support from theÂ people across the country, including from among members and leaders of PAS.
“About the president’s opinion, it is better if you ask him. We are not bound by that opinion because we are bound by the decision we have made toÂ support the suggestion from Bersih (organisation).
“Right now, we are on the right track,” he told reporters attending the GHB tour in Dataran PGU here, which was attended by 200 people, late last night.
Also present were Kuala Krai Member of Parliament Dr Mohd Hatta Ramli, who is also former Central PAS committee member, former PAS vice-president AhmadÂ Awang, Terengganu Ummah Welfare Association Malaysia (PasMa) chairman Abdul Aziz Abbas and former PAS president Datuk Fadzil Noor’s son, Muhammad Faiz.
Kuala Terengganu PAS Member of Parliament Datuk Raja Kamarul Bahrin Shah Raja Ahmad was also spotted listening to the speeches at the event.
Meanwhile, Mohamad Sabu, when asked when he would tender his official resignation letter to PAS, said he and several ousted PAS leaders who formed theÂ GHB would only do so when the new political party was officially registered and that, right now, they were still PAS members.
“When we have registered the new party, we will automatically quit PAS. It won’t be too long now. Just wait and be patient,” he added. – BERNAMA