This was an assurance by Ajil assemblyman Rosol Wahid today.
He said when the state assembly convenes, the Terengganu BN assemblymen will not move a no-confidence motion against Ahmad who was sworn in this morning as the new Menteri Besar.
Rosol said the crisis over Ahmad’s appointment did not do any good for the people of Terengganu and that it was best the state moved on.
Rosol, who is also Terengganu Umno liaision secretary, said all the 22 BN assemblymen who had earlier supported Idris now fully back Ahmad in administering the state.
Earlier, Ahmad, 51, took his oath of office before the Regent of Terengganu, Tengku Muhammad Ismail Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin, at the Balairong Seri (Throne Room) of Istana Maziah.
After taking his oath, Ahmad signed the letter of appointment.
Ahmad, clad in black traditional Malay attire, was composed throughout the ceremony.
The ceremony was also witnessed by the President of the Regency Advisory Council, Tengku Sri Panglima Raja Tengku Baderulzaman, and the two members of the council, Tengku Sri Laksamana Raja Tengku Sulaiman Sultan Ismail and former Federal Court judge Datuk Abdul Kadir Sulaiman.
All the Terengganu state assemblymen attended the ceremony, including Idris who is Jertih assemblyman, PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang who is Rhu Rendang assemblyman.
Before leaving after the function, Ahmad shook hands with Idris and hugged his predecessor.
(source: NST online here.)
Sometimes you wonder what all that that rigmarole, hullaballoo and drama were all about, were all for....