Inclusivity my foot, PN

A report in the Scoop indicated that Perikatan Nasional candidate Khairul Azhari Saut is playing the inclusivity game card by attempting to win over the non – Malay voters.

This is because there are 18% indian votes, 30.6% Chinese and the balance are made up of Orang Asli and others.

“Yes, I realise that it will be difficult for candidates other than DAP’s, to get a lot of votes from the Chinese here.

“However, PN has strategies and methods to gain their support. I will not reveal more, but one of the approaches is to ensure no one is left behind when it comes to government assistance.

“That will be one of our approaches, because PN was a government that cared for the people, regardless of race,” said Khairul.

Something doesn’t add up in what the Bersatu candidate has said.

The inclusivity that he claims rings hollow.

The inclusivity that he claims is targeted for the voters of Kuala Kubu Baharu and benefits him only.

Strangely, the same inclusivity is not practised by his party and his alliance.If PN was inclusive, it would have offered the seat to Gerakan for a second shot to bridge the 4,119 majority that went to the late Lee Kee Hiong last year.

If PN was inclusive, it would have given a chance for MIPP to go through its baptism of fire in Kuala Kubu Baharu.

If Bersatu was inclusive, it would have given the chance for its associate wing members to contest the seat.

But no, nothing of the above happened.

That is how Khairul Azhari Saut was nominated to be PN candidate.

The coalition and the candidate are the last parties ever that should be talking about inclusivity.

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