Rantau 2019: Was Mohd Nor sent to sabotage PAS?

There is a version of this Rantau chapter that states Mohd Nor Yassin was asked by Amanah to claim he was from PAS. Source (pic): MMO

TTF: PAS secretary-general Datuk Takiyuddin Hassan says that Rantau by-election candidate Mohd Nor Yassin does not belong to PAS as he left the party to join Parti Amanah Nasional.

Amanah secretary-general Mohd Anuar Mohd Tahir more or less confirmed the account by announcing that Nor was a new party member who now faces expulsion for standing as an independent (see news item below).

But according to a kookaburra that sat on my windowsill, singing, Nor was asked by the not-so-wise Amanah to confuse voters by telling them he was with PAS.

Then, when things backfired, Amanah decided to exercise damage control by announcing that Nor would be ‘sacked’ for standing as an independent.

I wonder if the kookaburra was telling me the truth…


RANTAU: PAS says that Rantau by-election candidate Mohd Nor Yassin left the party to join Parti Amanah Nasional, who now faces expulsion from his new party for standing as an independent.

According to PAS secretary-general Datuk Takiyuddin Hassan, records showed Mohd Nor left the party on March 10 to join Amanah.

“I confirm he is not a PAS member as he left us. He is a member of Amanah, a Pakatan Harapan party,” said Takiyuddin in a statement on Saturday (March 30).


He was commenting on claims by Mohd Nor that he was still a PAS member.

The 66-year-old retired lecturer was formerly a PAS candidate for the Gemencheh state seat during the 2013 election.

Meanwhile, Amanah secretary-general Anuar Tahir confirmed that Mohd Nor was a member of the party.

“According to the constitution of the party, the management committee will ask that he be stripped of his membership for standing as an independent without getting permission to do so.

“While we decide (on Mohd Nor’s membership), Amanah members are asked to support the Pakatan Harapan candidate Dr S. Streram,” said Anuar in a statement.

The other candidates for the by-election, besides Mohd Nor and Dr Streram of PKR, are Barisan Nasional’s Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan and independent candidate R. Malar.

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