PAS leaders said they have no money to give to voters.
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PAS Kelantan has denied allegations that it paid people to travel back to their hometown in the 15th General Election (GE15) in exchange for their votes.
PAS Kelantan’s secretary, Wan Roslan Wan Hamat, was quoted by Berita Harian as saying they just want to make life easier for the people.
We want to ease the burden of those who can’t really afford the travel costs, especially those who are less fortunate.PAS Kelantan secretary Wan Roslan Wan Hamat on the monetary aid for voters.
Wan Roslan assured that the aid, which included money for the return trip, was given to those who qualify, regardless of which party they supported.
He added that PAS has never asked people to take an oath in the name of Allah.
Previously, a video had gone viral on social media, allegedly showing several individuals being asked to swear by Allah that they would vote PAS before being handed out money for their transportation.
Hahahah my place, pihak pas tu cakap untuk setiap orang yang datang satu2 dia ulang duit dia bagi ni bukan rasuah just saguhati/duit sebab sudi balik dari jauh untuk mengundi..dia tak tanya pun undia parti apa semua. Hahaha💀 i ambik bcs nak bayar tambang bas hahah sorry, https://t.co/AcANVy332Y— Nama Tidak Boleh Kosong (@V1nn_ny) November 25, 2022
Another video has also gone viral in which it was alleged that voters did not get their transportation money from PAS.
In the video, a noisy crowd were seen gathering outside a PAS office.
@yiebandar #rakyatmarhaen #ph #pn #fyppppppppppppppppppppppp ♬ original sound – pejuang rakyat Kelantan
PAS election director Datuk Seri Muhammad Sanusi Md Nor refuted the allegation, saying that they have no money to do such a thing.
‘PAS tak ada duit’, Sanusi nafi dakwaan beri wang kepada pengundi pic.twitter.com/6zVjujYjSj— Free Malaysia Today (@fmtoday) November 23, 2022