Abort disruptive policy directives

KUCHING: Federal government officers are cautioned against issuing policy directives which could jeopardise national unity.

Padungan assemblyman Wong King Wei said that of late, many issues had been raised and statements issued which could jeopardise national unity and harmony.

He believed that those people responsible for the chaos should be brought to justice.

Directing his advice to government agencies, Wong stated, “Please avoid issuing any statement which could jeopardise the unity of the country.

“Do not create disharmony among races and religions. Let’s protect Malaysia, Sarawak and our next generation together,” he said at the closing ceremony of ‘Jelajah Perpaduan & Kempen Kibar Jalur Gemilang’ for Kuching Division held at Mydin Petra Jaya here, yesterday.

Wong presents a mock cheque to the winner of the best decorated car competition.

Over 100 cars participated in a convoy which started at 7am from Tasik Biru, Bau before making a stop at the Federal government complex here.

Together with participants from Neighbourhood Watch (RT) of Padawan Municipal Council (MPP), Kuching South City Council (MBKS), Kuching North City Commission (DBKU) areas, the convoy continued its journey to Mydin Petra Jaya as the final destination.

The event was organised by National Unity and Integration Department in collaboration with Neighbourhood Watch Committee (JPKRT) Kuching Division.

Among the activities held during the event were colouring competition, best decorated car competition, Jalur Gemilang campaign competition (RT and Tabika Perpaduan categories) and best costume competition.

Also present were Mas Gading MP Mordi Bimol, Bandar Kuching MP Dr Kelvin Yii, Puncak Borneo MP Willie Mongin and National Unity and Integration Department Sarawak director Dirwana Azool.

One of the decorated cars in the competition.