Back GPS, PBB women urged

PBB Women chief Datuk Seri Fatimah Abdullah (centre) with the members of the women wing.

KUCHING: The Women Supreme Council of Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) has urged the people to support Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) to ensure Sarawak’s rights will continue to be prioritised.

The GPS government will also help to strengthen the development of infrastructure as well as granting political stability, peace and harmony among multi-racial and multi-religious Sarawakians.

“The policies of GPS will continue to be disseminated along with the initiatives set by Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg as well as GPS’ success in boosting the state’s development, especially in the rural areas.

“The entire PBB (Fathers, Women and Youth) will continue to work hard to ensure that GPS will win in majority.

“We need a big mandate from the people so that the development agenda to bring Sarawak to be the most developed country in Malaysia by 2030 will be achieved,” said the Women Supreme Council in a statement.

The PBB Women Supreme Council also produced narratives and infographics as well as materials for the preparation of the election and has distributed them to all women leaders in 82 branches.

“We did various programmes such as Sarawak Kita Empun (SKE), Randau Wanita PBB, Ziarah and Zoom meeting with the women leaders and it is safe to say that we are now ready to face the state election,” the statement said.

Along the line, the women council also supported the decision of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong for not implementing darurat (state of emergency).

“Due to this, preparations for the state election will continue and the women’s movement is urged to continue to comply with the standard operating procedures (SOPs) while holding activities.

“Therefore, the PBB women council would like to wish good luck to all GPS candidates, and pray that GPS will win the 12th state election,” the statement added.