The last installment of the Jelajah Janji diTepati program will be in Kuantan this weekend.
PM DS Najib Razak will also on the side attend a big gathering for the opening of the new Chong Hwa High School, Kuantan.
Then there are also going to be other big events on the same weekend such as the F1 race which will showcase the Malaysian success.
On the other end, the Negeri Sembilan state assembly will automatically dissolve when its current term expires on Tuesday, March 26.
So, the likelihood that Najib is going to announce the dissolution of parliament on Monday, March 25 is very likely.
The period between the dissolution of parliament and nomination day normally would stretch for up to two weeks.
This will be followed by a minimum campaigning period of at least 11 days.
Therefore, in all probability, polling day should be in the third week of next month.
Meanwhile, while some who claim themselves to be champions of Umno are working hard to undermine the Johor Umno leadership at the last corner to the general election, Johor-based NST journalist Sim Bak Heng who has for some time now being accused by some Johor Umno elements of being a pro-DAP hack wrote this about Lim Kit Siang's foray into Gelang Patah (well, if you are too lazy to read the whole article, at least read the last paragraph) -
GELANG PATAH GAMBIT: DAP supremo’s decision to contest down south may well backfire on him