Pejuang chairperson Dr Mahathir Mohamad says he still needs time to deliver a verdict on whether there is a rift between PKR president Anwar Ibrahim and his deputy Rafizi Ramli.
“We need to see what comes later. Is Rafizi really rejecting Anwar or is this (PKR’s) strategy to create the impression that not all party members or leaders support Anwar?
“I believe that Rafizi understands that Anwar is no longer as popular as before. If Anwar wants to keep talking about how he was abused, people will not care.
“Anwar has nothing more to share. He only talks about wanting to be prime minister.
“Hence, I need more time to evaluate Rafizi. Is he really rejecting Anwar or is this just PKR’s political strategy,” Mahathir told Sinar Harian in an interview.