BUKIT LANJAN: When enemies of the state can’t tell the difference between national harmony and politics …
Politics should be set aside in times of festivity and when an event is organised to help forge national unity and harmony for Malaysia.
National unity and harmony are crucial to a country’s stability and economic growth because multi-racial multi-religious Malaysians need to work as one for national progress.
“However, there is now a growing ‘enemies of state’ community that only knows how to resort to ungentlemanly and violent acts to serve their selfish political agenda and needs,” Gerakan Deputy Speaker Syed Abdul Razak Alsagoff said.
“I put up some 20 banners in N.37 Bukit Lanjan on Sunday to invite Malaysians to this year’s Gerakan Hari Raya Open House on Saturday July 8, 2017.
“All 20 banners have been cut and gone missing (especially in Desa Jaya and Bandar Sri Damansara). What’s so wrong with me inviting Malaysians to attend to my party’s Hari Raya Open House?”
“This is most disgusting and definitely a cowardly act. Whoever was responsible for this sabotage attempt are not only disrespecting Muslims, Malaysians and Malaysia, they are also people with little respect for fair play and gentlemanly behaviour.
“Such scums of society should be rid off for the general good of Malaysians and Malaysia,” he added.
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“I will just continue to reach out to the Bukit Lanjan folk as much as possible via civil and proper networking. Not through such samseng ways,” he added.
Syed Razak also warned that he would be exposing such scums of society with visual evidence at the “right time”.
“The consolation is perhaps the enemies of the state seem to take me to be a very serious threat to their political interests and so their desperate and uncivilised response to sabotage my activities,” he added.
Meanwhile, Syed Razak said: “Do find time to join Malaysians to enjoy the festive cheer at Kompleks Penyayang Bakti in Bandar Sri Damansara on Saturday (July 8, 2017).”
Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Fitri to Malaysians and Malaysia!
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N.37 LET BUKIT LANJAN SOAR WITH SYED ABDUL RAZAK ALSAGOFF