Bersatu’s strategists are considering its party president Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s former constituency of Kubang Pasu as a possible place where the former premier could make a comeback as a parliamentarian.
Mahathir said he had been told that Kubang Pasu is where he stands a good chance of winning the upcoming general election, along with Langkawi and Putrajaya.
He said this when asked at press conference in Shah Alam today whether he would contest in the election, since his party is lobbying to place him as interim prime minister if Pakatan Harapan wins the election.
He replied, “Yes. It's a very major question. I may contest in three different constituencies.
“They are telling me that I have a good chance of winning in Langkawi, Kubang Pasu, and Putrajaya. So be ready for that,” he said...