Wednesday, October 5

Len Talif: GPS’ resounding victory in state polls shows S’wakians want political stability


Len Talif (fourth right) acknowledges the cheers of his supporters during the thanksgiving dinner at Kampung Seberang Multi-Purpose Hall in Sarikei.

SARIKEI (Dec 22): Gabungan Parti Sarawak’s (GPS) resounding victory in the just concluded 12th state election has clearly indicated that Sarawakians want political stability to ensure a progressive Sarawak, said Kuala Rajang assemblyman Datu Len Talif Salleh.

Speaking at a thanksgiving dinner at Kampung Seberang Multi-Purpose Hall here last night, the victory also showed that the people welcomed the way forward being planned for the state and its people as spelt out in GPS election manifesto, he added.

Meanwhile, Len Talif, who retained the Kuala Rajang seat for GPS in the 12th state election, took the opportunity to thank the voters in Kuala Rajang for their overwhelming support and the members of his election team for a job well done.

“My duty from now onwards is to continue improving the status of Kuala Rajang by delivering as many  development projects as possible in the next five years,” he said.

Len Talif was pleased to note that he had won in all 32 polling stations in the constituency which indicated that a majority of the people in Kuala Rajang was supportive of GPS.

In the 12th state election, Len Talif won the Kuala Rajang seat with a majority of 3,325 votes after receiving 5,268 votes to defeat independent candidate Datuk Seri Abang Aditajaya Abang Alwi who obtained 1,943 votes, Abd Mutalip Abdullah (independent) who garnered 168 votes and Wong Ling Ching of PBK  who received 109 votes.