KUALA TERENGGANU: Ahmad Razif Abdul Rahman is standing firm on staying put as Mentri Besar and downplayed the possibility of snap elections in Terengganu.
He said he was unsure of the reason behind Ajil assemblyman Ghazali Taib’s statement that the majority of the state’s assemblymen were unhappy with the political anxiety they were facing.
Ghazali, who wanted no disciplinary action to be taken against Kijal assemblyman Datuk Seri Ahmad Said, had stated that the anxiety had created confusion and an unstable political scenario.
On Monday, the Terengganu Umno liaison committee said it would leave it to the party disciplinary board to take action against Ahmad Said, the former mentri besar, for his vociferous criticism of the state party leadership.
Met after chairing the weekly exco meeting on Wednesday, Ahmad Razif told reporters that all was well with the political scenario in the state.
“Any issue or future decision will be taken at our meetings,” he said.
When asked if there will be any action taken on Ghazali’s latest public outburst, Ahmad Razif said the state Umno would also leave it to the higher party leadership to decide on that matter.
Wednesday’s exco meeting was attended by Ahmad Razif and all nine exco members.