Penang Malay Congress denies it's a DAP agent

comments     Susan Loone     Published     Updated

Penang Opposition leader Azhar Ibrahim has condemned a local Malay NGO for proposing that the DAP fields at least five Malay candidates in the coming general election.

Azhar, who is state Umno secretary, said the Penang Malay Congress (PMC) issued the comment because it was an "agent" of the DAP, but this was immediately denied by the NGO.

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