KULIM: Barisan Nasional's big win in Sarawak is a indication that voters are fed up with Pakatan Harapan's rhetoric, said Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan.
Rahman said the party had expected to win with a two-third majority required to govern the state, but the magnitude of the win had been unexpected.
“This win gives us a few interesting indications. Firstly, we understand that support for BN candidates in cities had increased.
“Secondly, that the voters in cities are able to understand that DAP mostly uses the rhetorical approach, which no longer inspires them.
“Thirdly, they also signalled loudly that they want to put a stop to the hate and malicious allegations politics,” he told reporters today after launching the Recycle for Life programme at Mini Stadium Keladi here today.