By Reza A Hamid
MELAKA – The efforts to improve the post-Covid-19 economics and better infrastructure for approximately 100,000 residents of the Bukit Katil constituency would be the campaign manifesto for Datuk Hasnoor Husin, the candidate from Barisan Nasional (BN).
He will be utilizing the 12 days campaign period to approach the voters, explaining about his wish to improve the economy of the people whose income are affected by the pandemic.
“In the Bukit Katil constituency, we have drafted the manifesto to improve the economics of the people. We have about 25,000 voters and 10,000 residents.
“Besides that, we would upgrade the infrastructure, including how we can create a comfortable space for recreational activities,” he said when met by the media representatives after submitting his candidate nomination form for the Melaka State Election today.
Earlier, the Bukit Katil Election Manager, Rohaya Abdullah announced that the Bukit Katil State Assembly will witness a four-corner fight between Barisan Nasional (BN), Pakatan Harapan (PH), Perikatan Nasional and Independent representative for the seat during the State Election on 20 November.
Besides Hasnoor, the Melaka Pakatan Harapan (PH) Chairman cum incumbent State Assemblyman, Adly Zahari; Melaka PAS Youth Chief Muhammad Al Afiz Yahya; and independent candidate, Abdul Hamid Mustapah, 57, who is also the Committee Member of a non-government organization (NGO) known as Gagasan Piagam Rakyat will also be contesting for the Bukit Katil seat.
Meanwhile, Adly, who is also the Vice-President of Amanah confessed that the new normal campaign which does not allow face-to-face campaign has made it difficult for the candidates to approach the voters.
“Therefore, I hope that the mainstream media would also provide us with the space to deliver our messages for the people. More information would be better for the democracy of the state and the country.
“We will also be using the social media, send out limited flyers, delivering information via vehicles in this new normal campaign,” he said.
On the other hand, Muhammad Al Afiz, will avoid touch personal issues as the capital for the new normal campaign. -MalaysiaGazette