Chua Tee Yong: “PAS will always have such policies,”
KOTA KINABALU – The issuance of summonses to salon operators who attended to customers of the opposite sex in Kota Baru is an example of how lives would be affected if PAS comes to power.
MCA central committee member Datuk Chua Tee Yong said.
“So, I hope the people of Sabah and Sarawak will know how to make a wise and the best choice for themselves,” he said, adding that the Kelantan Government had also raised concerns among non-Muslims and tourists over the issuance of summonses to non-Muslims for alleged indecent behaviour.
“These recent actions in states ruled by the Opposition pact such as in Kelantan should serve as a reminder to the people about risking their future, lifestyle and beliefs,” Chua said yesterday.
He said that although PAS appeared to have backed off from its agenda of implementing hudud and Islamic laws, what was taking place in Kelantan showed otherwise.
“It would be just a matter of time for hudud to come into place if they become the government,” he said.
Regarding the prospects of PKR adviser Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim becoming prime minister should the Opposition win the general election, Chua asked: “Most of the Opposition states are held by PAS. So, do you think Anwar will have a chance to become prime minister?”