BUKIT LANJAN: Syed Razak joins Desa Jaya Lantern Festival celebrants

Syed Abdul Razak Alsagoff a.k.a Pek Moh Bukit Lanjan chatting up with Desa Jaya Mooncake Festival celebrants
BUKIT LANJAN: Syed Razak joins Desa Jaya Lantern Festival celebrants

Malaysians must remain united for Malaysia to be able to progress successfully in an extremely challenging and competitive 21st Century global economy.

The racial and religious slurs and bickering must stop because multi-racial multi-religious Malaysia cannot hope to progress if the rakyat (people) are disunited.

“In fact, Malaysia will slowly, but surely, be destroyed if Malaysians allow extremists to get the better of them,” Gerakan Deputy Speaker Syed Abdul Razak Alsagoff said.

Speaking to Pulse of Bukit Lanjan at a Lantern Festival celebration organised by the Desa Jaya Dong Zhuan Prayers Association (or local Phor Thor) on Oct 4, 2017, Syed Razak stressed the need for the rakyat to give 100% loyalty to Malaysia.

“We are now facing extremely challenging socio-economic times. The only way for us to pull through such difficult times is to embrace we are Malaysian First,” he added.

He said the current generation of Malaysians needed to reflect on the past or history of Malaysia on how “we were extremely united after the May 13, 1969, racial clashes or riots”.

“God forbid, let not that recur with zealots and bigots continuous heightening of racial and religious emotions and tensions since 2008.

“We must treasure national harmony and unity. And to do that, we must continue to be tolerant and respectful of the customs, culture and religions of all Malaysians.

“My presence here tonight is to show and support just that … to help forge national harmony and unity,” he added.

Here's a selection of visuals shot at the Lantern Festival in Desa Jaya:

Syed Razak who is Gerakan’s nominee to contest N.37 Bukit Lanjan in the coming 14th General Election (GE14), said he was confident that peace-loving law-abiding Malaysians would rise to the occasion by electing candidates “who are committed to serving Malaysians diligently and without fear or favour”.

“I have said this many times. In politics, there are good and bad apples on both sides of the political divide.

“Pick the good apples and all else good and positive will fall in place for the rakyat dan negara (people and country),” he added.



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