PKR information chief Fahmi Fadzil has challenged PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang to lodge a police report against DAP if he has proof the party promotes Islamophobia.
“Stop spreading hate and lies. If these allegations about DAP are true, make a police report. Let the authorities take action,” he said on Twitter.
Fahmi also reminded Hadi to heed the Yang di-Pertuan Agong’s advice to come together for the sake of the country.
Earlier today, Hadi accused DAP of promoting an Islamophobic narrative and preventing PAS from being in a position of power. He described the Pakatan Harapan component party as “immoral”.
Yesterday, Hadi used a football analogy to say that although a team had won, the referee “suddenly gave extra time” to give a chance to those who had already lost “so that they could win by any means”.
His comment, a quotation from a column he wrote for PAS organ Harakah, was interpreted as a reference to the Agong’s call for the formation of a unity federal government.
Malaysians were quick to criticise the Perikatan Nasional leader over his analogy, with many expressing their anger on Twitter. – FMT