PKR's strategic director tells an appreciative audience at a fund raiser that he will reveal all in a fortnight.
Speaking at a PKR organised fund raiser in Seremban last night, Rafizi said: “When I go for Pakatan Rakyat functions, people ask me what scandal I’m going to expose next after NFC.
“For Negeri Sembilan Pakatan Rakyat leaders and members, I have good news. Very soon I’m going to expose a scandal involving Negeri Sembilan Menteri Besar Mohamad Hasan.”
He announcement was met with thunderous applause from a crowd of about 300.
Rafizi is the man who exposed the National Feedlot Corporation (NFC) scandal, involving a RM250 million government loan intended for a cattle breeding project in Gemas.
If Rafizi really exposes the so called scandal on Mohamad Hasan, the big question is, will it signal the end of the menteri besar’s political career?
Rumours have been rife since a year ago that Mohamad Hasan will be dropped as a candidate for menteri besar’s post and fielded to contest the Rembau parliamentary seat in 13th GE.
In April this year, Mohamad Hasan told in a function in Rahang that he will definitely defend his Rantau state seat in the general election.
Whistleblower or Umno involved?
The source said Najib is likely to field a candidate not aligned to both Mohamad Hasan and Isa.
Rafazi’s impending expose could be the result of a whistleblower providing details and documentation, just like in the NFC episode.
Or it could be the work of Mohamad’s nemesis within Umno who may have provided the details and information to Rafizi to kill off the MB’s political influence in Negeri Sembilan.
Whatever is, it will boost Pakatan Rakyat’s chances to capture Negeri Sembilan in the general election.
Don’t buy cars as yet
On another matter, Rafizi advised those in attendence that if they wished to buy a new car, put it on hold the plan for another two months.
“I believe the general election will be held in November. If you have any plans to buy a new car, please put it on hold. When Pakatan captures Putrajaya, we will surely reduce car prices.
“People don’t have to service their car loans for nine years but we will reduce car prices and people can settle their loans within five years,” said Rafizi.
Present at the function were former information minister Abdul Kadir Sheikh Fadzir, Negeri Sembilan PKR chairman Kamarul Baharin Abbas, PAS commissioner Mohd Taufek Abdul Ghani and former MIC chairman and state exco M Muthupalaniappan.