Islamic party now willing to meet MCA
KUALA TERENGGANU: PAS is willing to meet MCA to allay its fears that the Islamist party is an extremist party, said deputy president Datuk Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man.
The perception of PAS as an extremist party, he said, was not true.
“MCA does not have to worry about what PAS strives for in its politics. PAS is not an extremist party as perceived.
“We have governed for many years and we are a registered party that follows the laws of the country.
“PAS itself rejects any sort of extremism,” he told reporters at the closing of the PAS 64th muktamar here yesterday.
PAS, said Tuan Ibrahim, was willing to meet and have a dialogue with MCA to clear any doubt.
“We prefer having discussions and we can do the same with MCA,” he said.