PETALING JAYA: Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has disregarded accusations he was”normalising corruption” after allocating funds to the youth in Terengganu earlier than urging attendees to vote for Barisan Nasional and Pakatan Harapan.
The deputy prime minister mentioned that Muda president Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman might say no matter he wished to, Sinar Harian reported.
“The youths want ample funding to hold out actions, whether or not at district, state or nationwide stage,” he was quoted as saying.
Yesterday, Syed Saddiq claimed that Zahid was “normalising corruption” after the Umno president allegedly promised to approve funds in the event that they voted for BN.
The every day mentioned Zahid had allotted RM250,000 to the Terengganu Youth Council and RM200,000 to bike groups all through the state.
In the course of the announcement, Zahid urged the youths current on the occasion to vote for the “blue and pink wave” within the state polls.
“That’s what I simply (introduced). After this, the prime minister will come up; he’ll prime up, and add extra, God prepared.
“So long as on Aug 12, the youth will be a part of the blue wave (BN) and the pink wave (PH) in Terengganu,” he mentioned.
Requested if the unity authorities would retract lately introduced allocations ought to it lose in sure states, Zahid mentioned it might be not possible.
“This isn’t a merciless authorities that doesn’t fulfil its guarantees,” he mentioned.
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