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SHAH ALAM - The tussle for seats among Pakatan Harapan parties in Selangor has heated up, with Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia demanding to be given more seats to contest in the coming general election.

Pribumi information chief Sallehudin Amiruddin said that Selangor Pribumi had rejected the seat distribution proposal at the state Pakatan meeting on Wednesday.

He added that during the second meeting yesterday, Selangor Pribumi had indicated that it wanted to contest all 12 state seats held by Umno in Selangor.

“This is because Pribumi was founded to defeat and replace Umno. So it is only right that we contest in all Umno-held state seats here in Selangor,” he said when met after the second day of the meeting at the PKR general election action centre at Vista Alam here.

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Sallehudin said that during the first day of the state Pakatan meeting on Wednesday, it was decided that Sijangkang and Jeram would be given to Pribumi.

“However, we later realised that Sijangkang is actually a PAS-held seat, which Parti Amanah Negara will be contesting.

“So we decided not to consider that seat. We will take Jeram and

MUAR - Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak today reminded the people, particularly Felda settlers, to always embrace the Barisan Nasional and UMNO struggle to ensure that the country remained progressive.

Najib, who is BN chairman and UMNO president, said the people should place their trust in UMNO, a party that was strong on its own, instead of relying on parties that depended on other parties.

"We should not be relying on parties that depend on others. We have to place our trust in a

KUALA LUMPUR - Wanita Barisan Nasional has proposed an integrated care centre in all development areas to be included in the coalition’s manifesto, its chief Tan Sri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil said.

“With the old folk’s home and childcare centre in the same location, there will be interaction between the senior citizens and the children,” she told reporters at a pre-Chinese New Year event at the Selangor King George V Silver Jubilee Fund old folk’s home.

“Hopefully, when Barisan wins and we have

PETALING JAYA - PKR has brushed aside criticisms by Negeri Sembilan Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Pribumi) members, saying that its protest against the state’s seat allocation is not a serious matter.

Party secretary-general Datuk Saifuddin Nasution Ismail said the seat allocation in the state was finalised on Saturday.

He said discussions at state level took a while and that there were disputes over the seats.

“So, all parties agreed that the central leadership settled the matter,” he

PUTRAJAYA - Two Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia leaders have lodged a complaint with the Registrar of Societies, claiming that their party breached its constitution when it held its annual general meeting last year.

Youth leader Mohamed Khairol Faizal Mohd Nordin and Srikandi (women’s wing) leader Juliana Mansor of the Klang Pribumi division claimed neither the two wings nor the division had held their meetings prior to the AGM.

“We are disappointed because we have the law, but it was not

KLANG - The seat allocation in Selangor is yet to be settled because all Pakatan Harapan parties, including DAP, are demanding for extra seats, says a source from the Opposition.

According to the Pakatan insider, DAP is seeking three additional seats to its current 15 state seats.

“The current 15 seats will remain status quo, with the incumbents defending 14 of them.

“But Selangor DAP wants three more seats for its Malay candidates,” the insider said yesterday.

(DAP will choose a new

PUTRAJAYA - Voters should support the Barisan Nasional which has been looking after the people’s interests for a long time, says Federal Territories Minister Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor.

He called on them to defend the federal administrative centre from falling into the hands of the Opposition for the sake of the future of the nation.

Tengku Adnan, who is Putrajaya MP, said talk that the important seat of Putrajaya would be won by the Opposition would not influence the residents

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