By making DAP the enemy, Pas has deviated from struggle, says Guan Eng


SEBERANG JAYA: Pas, in labelling DAP as its "number one" enemy, has now deviated from its actual political struggle, DAP secretary general Lim Guan Eng said today.

He said the Islamic party, instead of demonising DAP, should have set their target on Umno and Barisan Nasional.

"At one point, Pas said the party is against Goods and Services Tax (GST) but at the same time, it appears to be supporting Umno, the party that had implemented the GST.

"An Umno politician himself had (at one time) proposed for a casino to be set up here in the state. Yet, the party kept mum on it.

"It is clear that they have forgotten who are their friends and enemies. They have become 'sesat' (lost) in politics," he said after a public briefing session at SP Arena Convention Centre here today.

Lim stressed that the opposition coalition, Pakatan Harapan has always been clear that Barisan Nasional and Umno are the political enemies and not Pas.

"They (Pas) have cut ties with everyone, except for Umno. So, who are they fighting against in the (next) election?" Lim asked.

A delegate during the Pas's 63rd muktamar in Kedah yesterday has described DAP as its “number one” enemy and accused it of being anti-Islam.