Consider BN’s service to people, voters urged
Permatang Pauh voters should look at Barisan Nasional as a coalition which has been humbly serving the people and has a good track record, said Penang MCA chairman Datuk Liow Tiong Lai.
He said although Barisan had lost the parliamentary seat in the last three general elections, it was still committed to the voters in the constituency.
“We will not forsake the voters here by denying them our services,” he told reporters when visiting the Permatang Pauh MCA division office yesterday.
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