Questions over candidates for 6 BN seats, as big names dropped

AYA: A few major names were dropped as Barisan Nasional contender for the approaching general political decision (GE15), while questions stay north of six parliamentary seats after the alliance didn’t name anybody for them.

Previous Arau MP Shahidan Kassim and previous Ketereh MP Annuar Musa seem to have been dropped, affirming prior reports that they wouldn’t highlight in the approaching surveys.

Likewise apparently dropped were Halimah Sadique, Dr Adham Baba and Zahidi Zainul Abidin.

The five were essential for Top state leader Ismail Sabri Yaakob’s organization.

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BN executive Ahmad Zahid Hamidi named Rozabil Abd Rahman as the possibility for Arau, while Ketereh will be addressed by Marzuani Ardila Ariffin.

Manndzri Nasib was named as the Tenggara up-and-comer, a seat recently held by Adham.

Zahid in the interim didn’t name contender for Tanjung Karang, Jempol, Kuala Pilah, Tumpat, Kuala Nerus and Bandar Tun Razak.

Just Tanjung Karang and Jempol were recently won by BN in the last broad political race. These seats were recently held by Noh Omar and Salim Sharif Mohd Sharif separately.

There had been hypothesis that numerous winnable competitors would be dropped, particularly the people who were adjusted to Ismail, who had framed an alliance government in August last year with help from Perikatan Nasional and different gatherings.

Umno VP Khaled Nordin was named as the Kota Tinggi up-and-comer. The seat was recently held by Halimah.

Zahida Zarik Khan, in the mean time, will remain in Padang Besar which was recently addressed by Zahidi.

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