PETALING JAYA: PAS has rejected the notion that Pakatan Harapan (PH) is capable of toppling BN at the 14th General Election (GE14).
PAS deputy spiritual leader Ahmad Yakob, who is also Kelantan menteri besar, said there was no basis or predictions to show the coalition could win.
According to Utusan Online, Ahmad said PAS was not afraid of PH and was confident of its own strengths and of doing well in GE14.
Last week, the PAS central muktamar passed a motion to terminate the Islamist party’s political cooperation with PKR.
The Islamist party had also cut ties with DAP two years ago and refused to work with Amanah, which is made up mostly of former PAS leaders.
The party has also decided to go on its own in the general election, rejecting a call by PH for one-on-one contests in GE14 to help topple BN.