PM Anwar reminds Malaysians not to be duped by racial sentiments raised by failed leaders
SHAH ALAM - Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has reminded Malaysians not to be duped into believing the narrative of racial sentiment being played up by failed leaders who question every form of government assistance for non-Malays.
Anwar said after he began administrating the country in November last year, he had to arrange the economic framework to suit the country’s current situation, which was beset by various problems.
"The country is in the midst of a big struggle as there are those who are stirring up sentiments that the Malays have seemingly lost power, become poor and that Anwar as Prime Minister only wants to take care of the Chinese and Indians. This is the narrative they carry,” he said during his speech at the Indian Community Education Development and Future Masterplan programme at the Shah Alam Convention Centre here today.
"But you all know that and that’s why we need your cooperation to know that this is slander and untrue. I did talk about several projects for the Indian community, but there are also projects for rural folk and the Malays,” he added.
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