PAGOH: Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin today described as apt the statement by PAS president Hadi Awang on the need to retain the rights and privileges of the Malays and Bumiputeras, including the discount for purchase of commercial and residential properties.
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Tengok sapa makang umpang esok..thee he he he
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Nasru.. jgn malu2 bewok, respon jgn tak respon..
Jgn lah malukan DPM.. susah2 hulur umpan..
Muhyiddin said Hadi would have surely made reference to the Federal Constitution although his statement might seem to be contrary to the stand of the opposition Pakatan Rakyat, of which PAS is a partner along with the DAP and PKR.
"However, from the viewpoint of the DAP, it seems that there is a contradiction in terms of the stand in the Pakatan. They (PAS and DAP) do not have the same view on the matter and there seems to be a drastic difference," he said after launching the National Crime Prevention Carnival organised by the Malaysian Crime Prevention Foundation (MCPF) in collaboration with the police, here.
Hadi told reporters in Marang, Terengganu, yesterday that the rights and privileges of the Malays and the Bumiputeras should be retained because the majority of the poor in the country were Bumiputeras and that they had a right to the privileges.
The PAS president was commenting on the proposal by Petaling Jaya Utara DAP MP Tony Pua that the Selangor PKR government should abolish the Bumiputera discounts for purchase of houses costing more than RM500,000 and commercial properties costing more than RM2 million.
Muhyiddin, who is also Education Minister, said it was left to the people to evaluate the stand of Pakatan to determine whether its partners had adopted a common position or had differing views.
On crime prevention, the deputy prime minister, who is the Pagoh MP, said all community leaders, and not the police alone, had a role to play in maintaining and stepping up security both in the urban and rural areas.
Inspector-General of Police Musa Hassan and MCPF vice-chairman Lee Lam Thye were also present.