Parliament Tumpat stay or change?


CLOGGING: STAY or change.

That is the latest political situation in the Tumpat parliamentary constituency when the former holder of the seat from PAS Datuk Che Abdullah Mat Nawi decided to contest on the Barisan Nasional (BN) ticket after not being nominated in the 15th General Election (GE15).

Che Abdullah previously insisted that he contested using a BN ticket in GE15 in order to regain his dignity after being severely slandered during the PAS election.

The decision made the Tumpat Parliament a ‘hot’ seat thus becoming the focus of the public to find out whether the party or the ‘body’ is the choice of the voters in the area.

However, in GE15, tomorrow Che Abdullah will be opposed by PAS candidate, Datuk Mumtaz Md. Nawi; Che Muhammad Aseri Che Ali (GTA), Wan Johari Wan Omar (PH) and Khairul Azuan Kamarrudin (Warisan). But what is unique in this state is that the clash in the GE or State Election (PRN) is more focused on PAS and BN only.

The credibility possessed by Mumtaz cannot be taken lightly because he has solid support from the PAS machinery in Tumpat, including State Commissioner Datuk Ahmad Yakob and State PAS Secretary Wan Roslan Wan Hamat who help in campaigning.

Winning with a majority of 17,500 votes in GE14 on the Pas ticket, Che Abdullah is seen to be in a comfortable position for GE15 this time.

Che Abdullah got 47,041 votes while Datuk Wan Johani Wan Hussin (BN) got 29,541 votes and Datuk Nordin Salleh (PKR) lost his deposit after getting 10,003 votes.

This is because PAS supporters are seen as not easily changing their minds to vote for Che Abdullah even though he has shouldered excellent responsibilities while being Tumpat’s representative.

However, the advantage is slightly in Che Abdullah’s favor because he was quite active in helping the community in Tumpat during his tenure as a Member of Parliament in the last GE14 and served as Chairman of the State Committee on Agriculture, Agro-based Industry, Biotechnology, Green Technology and Environment for two terms.

At the same time, Che Abdullah certainly expects ‘sympathy’ votes from PAS supporters as a sign of ‘reciprocation’ for the services provided before.

However, all that is up to the voters in Tumpat to decide whether to choose a party or a body. – MESSENGER





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