Parti Bangsa Malaysia (PBM) is investigating challenging the Stulang and Maharani state seats in the following month’s Johor races, as per a party insider.
The source likewise said the party was sure it could win the seats in light of the work done by the Penggerak Komuniti Negara (PKN) bunch in the two regions.
The gathering was framed under the sponsorship of the lodging and nearby government service when Zuraida Kamaruddin was its clergyman, Some 50,000 PKN individuals joined the party in December.
“Our competitors are neighborhood inhabitants who are PKN individuals, and PKN has been working there for quite a while, so we are certain we can win these seats,” said the source.
“We will offer up-and-comers who comprehend the requirements of individuals. This is the benefit we have.”
The source said PBM would handle a Malay competitor who could communicate in Mandarin in the Stulang seat.
DAP’s state secretary, Andrew Chen Kah Eng, will look for re-appointment in Stulang, which he won in the 2018 general political decision with a greater part of 12,470 votes over MCA’s Ang Boon Heng. Amanah’s Nor Hayati Bachok is looking for one more term in Maharani.
PBM was recently revealed as focusing on the Tiram and Puteri Wangsa state seats in the Tebrau parliamentary supporters.
The party will report its competitors on Thursday, two days before assignment day for the March 12 surveys.