The Selangor state government should exercise its powers to ban former Umno minister Zaid Ibrahim and Harapan chairperson Dr Mahathir Mohamad from speaking in the state, according to Selangor Barisan Nasional chief Noh Omar.
Speaking at a solidarity rally in Shah Alam this morning, Noh claimed that the state's Menteri Besar Azmin Ali has instead chosen to remain silent over the duo's alleged insults towards the Sultan.
"By right, we (Selangor BN) should not be the one to organise this rally. By right, the state government should be the one to do it.
"We see how Tun Mahathir insulted the Bugis, and the Sultan was angered. As menteri besar, he (Azmin) should be more sensitive towards the Sultan's feelings," said Noh to several hundred supporters who came in at least 10 buses from across the state...