Perak Menteri Besar Saarani Mohamad today dismissed speculation of a movement to topple the state government.
He said Perak opposition leader Razman Zakaria's statement that some assemblymen had come to see him was made to create the perception of friction and instability in the state government.
"The state government is not only strong and stable, but getting stronger, driven by the spirit of togetherness, responsibility and determination, including to succeed in every agenda outlined in the 2030 Perak Sejahtera plan," he told a press conference at Bangunan Perak Darul Ridzuan in Ipoh.
All of the assemblymen under the Perak government, except for Kepayang assemblyman Nga Kor Ming who is currently in Japan and Keranji assemblyman Koo Haai Yen who arrived late, were present during the press conference.
Yesterday, the media reported that Razman, who is also Perak PAS commissioner, claimed that a number of assemblymen had met him, leading to rumours of a movement to topple the state government.
Meanwhile, Saarani advised all parties, especially Razman, to embrace responsible politics and stop political polemics that will not benefit the state.
He also said there was a possibility that a police report would be lodged against Razman.
"It is not impossible that we will eventually make a police report because the statement is seditious," he said.