BINTULU: Voters in Sungai Muput, Tatau have been reminded to give their undivided support to the Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) candidate in the coming 15th general election (GE15) to ensure that the state will have a bigger voice in the fight to restore its rights under the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63).
Senator Rita Sarimah Patrick Insol said, the people of Sarawak need to stand united and support GPS so that it can continue to be the voice of Sarawak in fighting to restore their eroded rights.
“We want our education and healthcare facilities to be improved to meet students and peoples’ needs,” she said during a ‘Jelajah Sihat Sarawakku’ roadshow programme at Tuai Rumah Jana longhouse in Sungai Muput, Tatau today.
During the one day programme, a free health screening was conducted for the villagers of Rumah Jana.
The programme is an initiative of the Sarawak government to ensure Sarawakians take care of their health.
Rita pointed out that a victory in all 31 Parliamentary seats would ensure that Sarawakians have a strong voice in fighting for their rights under the MA63.
At the programme, Rita announced allocations worth RM4,000 to Rumah Jana’s Women Bureau and another RM4,000 to Rumah Duming’s Women Bureau.