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Abdullah disappointed name, picture used in 'Orange Assembly'
KEPALA BATAS -- Former prime minister Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi was disappointed that a group, which had organised the 'Orange Assembly', had used his picture in an assembly poster.
Abdullah said the group's action had damaged his image as former prime minister.
"I am not happy at all when they used my name and picture in the poster as I had nothing to do with the assembly.
"They should not do so and take advantage... I am very disappointed with the action," he told reporters after presenting a Mara loan cheque, here today.
Abdullah was commenting on the action of a certain group who used his picture and that of an Umno veteran leader, who is also Gua Musang member of Parliament, Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah in the Orange Assembly posters.
The Orange Assembly organised by the National Felda Settlers Children's Association (Anak) was participated by 12 non-governmental organisations as a mark of protest against the listing of Felda Global Ventures Holdings Bhd (FGVH) on Bursa Malaysia.
Abdullah, who is also Kepala Batas member of Parliament, said he was never against the listing of FGV.
"I have always supported the government's effort in improving the people's economy and the listing of FGVH on Bursa Malaysia was a good thing," he said. -- Bernama