(File pix) Pas vice-president Idris Ahmad said this was because the former Kelantan state executive councillor was no longer a party member and that the party wanted to focus on the bigger agenda of facing the 14th General Election (GE14). Pix by Danial Saad

KUALA LUMPUR: Pas is not interested in the antics of its former vice-president Datuk Husam Musa who challenged the party to take him to court for breaking its pledge of allegiance.

Pas vice-president Idris Ahmad said this was because the former Kelantan state executive councillor was no longer a party member and that the party wanted to focus on the bigger agenda of facing the 14th General Election (GE14).

"We are not interested in him. He is no longer a PAS member. His actions are because he wants to topple PAS.

"There are bigger agendas, like preparing for the GE14," he said yesterday.

Husam, now a member of Parti Amanah Negara, had been reported as challenging his former party to take him to the Syariah Court for breaking the party's pledge.

The challenge follows the resolution from Tanah Merah Pas which said former party leaders who broke the pledge should be charged in the Syariah Court. - BERNAMA

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