KUALA LUMPUR: The Government will continue to do a best to say peace, assent and confidence in a country, pronounced Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak (pic).
He pronounced radical, nonconformist views and actions that could bluster a reserve of Malaysians would not be tolerated and a authorities would act opposite those who did so.
“When we attended a Lunar New Year open houses recently, it was heartening to see that Malaysians from all walks of life, regardless of competition and creed, come together to applaud a joyous occasion,” he pronounced in his latest post on his blog, NajibRazak.com.
Najib pronounced this was a loyal suggestion of 1Malaysia and this was what done Malaysians singular in a eyes of a world, a multiracial multitude underneath one roof.
“It is something that we contingency reserve and, as such, a Government will continue to do a best to urge and keep a peace, assent and security.
“The reserve of a republic and a assent that exists in this republic are precious. There is an unbreakable bond that binds us together and we will continue to safeguard that Malaysians will continue to live in assent and harmony,” he said.
Meanwhile, in his central Twitter account, Najib conveyed his congratulations to Mercy Malaysia owner Tan Sri Dr Jemilah Mahmood on her appointment as a new chair of a house of curators of a Humanitarian Leadership Academy.
“Malaysia is unapproachable that your efforts have helped people in need,” he added.
The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies reported that a Humanitarian Leadership Academy had announced a appointment of Dr Jemilah, who is undersecretary-general for partnerships during IFRC, as a new chair of a house of trustees. – Bernama