Reject those who want to affect political stability – PM

Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin

KUALA LUMPUR – Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has called on the people to reject the actions of unscrupulous politicians who purposely want to adversely affect our political stability and the nation’s economic recovery plan which is being carried out well at the moment.

The Prime Minister said what was needed was a stable and strong government with the support and encouragement of the people so that more initiatives to help the economy recover and assist the people could be carried out effectively by the government.

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“I call on all to be together with me and colleagues in the Perikatan Nasional Government to steer the country forward when we are still facing an economic and health crisis.

“This announcement today proves that the Perikatan Nasional Government hears your pleas.

“We will try our best to help the people face through these difficult times,” he said in the special announcement on the PRIHATIN Supplementary Initiative Package (KITA PRIHATIN) which was broadcast live today.

Meanwhile, Muhyiddin hopes that the people would remain steadfast in practising self-care and always abide by the standard operating procedures (SOP) that have been outlined.

“For six months, we have endured this difficult period. Alhamdulillah, we have prevailed,” he said.

He said every action could determine not only our own safety, but also the safety of the community around us.

“Ultimately, the outbreak and the impact of COVID-19 does discriminate by race, religion or political persuasions. From the perspective of this threat, we are all the same. Therefore, let us together battle this pandemic as a family.

As Malaysians, Muhyiddin said we cannot hope to rely on outside help since every other country is also busy addressing their own problems.

“We can only depend on each other in our extended family of Malaysians. This is the spirit of belonging and togetherness that we want, like what is often said and now popular on social media, ‘KitaJagaKita’.

“I believe in the strength of our Malaysian spirit. Let us together pray for the well-being of Malaysia,” he added. — BERNAMA