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By Brad Rantayy
MIRI, 25 Oct : Constituents in Bekenu have been reminded to give their undivided support to the Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) to ensure the smooth running of development made by the current State government.
“Via the Malaysian Family (Keluarga Malaysia) concept which was introduced by our Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob recently , which emphasized on inclusiveness, togetherness and gratitude, we must avoid division within our community but to unite to ensure that GPS’s candidate win in this coming state’s 12th election,” said Minister of Welfare, Community Wellbeing, Women, Family and Childhood Development Dato Sri Fatimah Abdullah.
Fatimah, who is also the Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) Women chief, said Sarawak government led by GPS had been committed in carrying out and implementing various development projects that benefited the Rakyat , and those in the rural areas were no exception.
“Remain united to ensure development and policies under the State-led government under GPS will be running smoothly without any disruption,” she said during a briefing session in Miri on Monday (Oct 25).
Vote wisely for our future generation, she pointed out.
She reminded, that Bekenu assemblywoman, Datuk Rosey Yunus had proven to work hard in developing her constituencies for these past years.
Fatimah was in Miri for a one day working visit, meeting community leaders at the grassroots level in Bekenu.
During the meeting, she also briefed them on various State government’s initiatives which financially helped Sarawakians newborns, new mothers and the elderlies.
“These initiatives are introduced by the Sarawak government under the leadership of Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg to help Sarawakians,” she said.
These include Sarawak Endownment Fund (EFS), postnatal care assistance, Kenyalang Gold Card (KGC), special annual grants for childcare centres and kindergartens and kidney disease patients.
Also present during the briefing session was Bekenu assemblywoman Datuk Rosey Yunus. — DayakDaily.