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PAS spiritual leader: Use own logo to win big

Publish date: Sat, 25 Jun 2022, 10:02 AM

IT is better for PAS to contest in the 15th General Election (GE15) under its own logo Utusan Malaysia quoted the party’s spiritual leader Datuk Hashim Jasin as saying.

He said voters are familiar with the party’s logo which had been used for the past 70 years. This, he said, will give its candidates the winning advantage.

“The decision should be a joint one reached by the Perikatan Nasional presidential council,” he said.

He said during the previous Johor and Melaka state polls, some voters had confused the Perikatan logo with the Barisan Nasional logo.

PAS central committee member Dr Mohd Zuhdi Marzuki had also said previously that the party ought to use its own logo if it wanted to be victorious in GE15.

He said the party should be given the leeway to do so especially at its strongholds where it had the potential to win.

> A man was nabbed for cable theft on Thursday in Rembau, Negri Sembilan, reported Sinar Harian.

“Preliminary investigations found that the suspect previously worked as a contractor with TM (Telekom Malaysia) and was trying to steal inactive cables which were easy to cut on his own,” said Rembau OCPD Hazri Mohamad.

He said the suspect used a motorcycle to transport the cables which he intended to sell.

Besides the motorcycle, police also seized a hammer, meat cleaver and cables which he had cut.

Hazri added the suspect had a criminal record with six offences, including two for drug offenses.

If convicted, the suspect could face up to seven years of imprisonment, a fine or both.

> Entrepreneur Noor Nabila Mohd Noor has expressed support for ex-husband, actor Sharnaaz Ahmad, who was recently remanded for allegedly beating up a resident of a condominium in Segambut on June 18, reported Kosmo! Online.Nabila, 37, said she stands by Sharnaaz, the father of her son, Jebat Jayden.

“I know what happened but I cannot comment much as it is still under police investigation,” she said.

“Whatever happens, he is still Jebat’s father. I will always stand by him to show my support,” she said.

Nabila, who is the elder sister of popular host, actress and entrepreneur, Neelofa, said it has never crossed her mind to keep her son away from his father.

● The above article is compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with this ' >'sign, it denotes a separate news item.

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We will hancurkan PAS in GE, make sure no seat.

1 month ago

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