PAS leaders know a lot of information too, but they don't necessarily divulge it, its Youth chief Nik Abduh Nik Aziz said.
This, he said, is because the party has ethics.
"PAS leaders have a lot of information too. But they strive to practise good values, that when the evidence is not complete, then silence is the sheathed weapon, let (the secrets) reveal itself," Nik Abduh said in a Facebook post.
He said this while admonishing PKR's Pandan MP Rafizi Ramli's penchant for digging up information.
This followed the release of a statutory declaration by Rafizi, in which he claimed that former PAS deputy president Nasharudin Mat Isa had received funds linked to a former 1MDB subsidiary, SRC International.
"It's true what the PAS president (Abdul Hadi Awang) said, Pandan (Rafizi) doesn't know sin and virtue.
"He likes to dig (up information) so much, that it has become a hobby. Even chicken excrement is said to be the chicken's owner's excrement," added Nik Abduh, the Pasir Mas MP.
At a press conference in the Parliament lobby on April 6, Rafizi claimed to have evidence about someone close to the PAS leadership receiving 1MDB-linked funds and he challenged PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang to respond to this.
This came after an uproar by Pakatan Harapan MPs over Dewan Rakyat Speaker Pandikar Amin Mulia's decision to postpone the debate on Hadi's motion to enhance punishments by the syariah courts to the next Parliament session in July.
Rafizi later told Malaysiakini that the person was a former PAS top leader, who served as a bridge between Umno and the Islamist party.
Hadi, on the other hand, dismissed the allegation as a “300 percent lie” and advised Rafizi to seek forgiveness from Allah.
PAS secretary-general Takiyuddin Hassan has also said that the allegations have nothing to do with the party.- Mkini