Azmin's chided once again over 'pak lebai' jibe against Pas


ALOR STAR: PKR deputy president Datuk Seri Azmin Ali has been chided once again over his "pak lebai" remarks, purportedly made against former Pas Youth chief, Nik Abduh Nik Abdul Aziz.

Newly-minted Pas Youth chief Muhammad Khalil Abdul Hadi said it was the "pak lebai" party that was the cleanest party, and free from secularism political practices.

"It is this 'pak lebai' party that had 'melebaikan' (indoctrinated) the professionals and activists, and it is this 'pak lebai' party that is the main fortress in defending Islam," he said in his winding up speech at the party's 63rd Muktamar here, today.

It was reported that Azmin, who is also Selangor Menteri Besar, tweeted a comment lambasting a 'Pak Lebai', who wanted to take over Selangor.

Azmin however did not name anyone, but his tweet came after Nik Abduh said Pas may no longer give way in the next general elections to PKR to take the lead in Selangor.

Khalil also said Pas Youth aims to receive 60 per cent young voters in every state and Parliamentary seat contested by Pas.

"We will bear the responsibility of mobilising the youth to do the necessary change to uphold Islam.

"From now onwards, we will mobilise the Youth machinery to face the 14th General Election.

"Pas' direction is to go it alone and cooperate with Parti Ikatan Bangsa Malaysia (Ikatan) to form Gagasan Sejahtera as the third political force, to face Umno-Barisan Nasional and DAP and its Pakatan Harapan allies," said Khalil.

Pas Youth, he added, would focus on tackling fake news, and the exposure to various non-mainstream school of thoughts.

"These misguided schools of thought are back to poison the minds, due to the 'attack' of liberal and secular ideals, hiding behind the names of non-governmental organisations, supported by anti-Islamic parties," he said.