PKEKS questions motif behind introduction of Bill to control and restrict non-Muslim religions

PKEKS members

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KUCHING, Sept 24: Pertubuhan Komuniti Etnik Kajang Sarawak (PKEKS)is questioning the motive behind the Federal government’s plan to introduce a Bill that restricts and control the development of non-Muslim religions in the country.

PKEKS special advisor Jay Jonoi Surai in a statement today said the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob should stop the Bill from being introduced on the basis that it is against his ‘Keluarga Malaysia’ policy.

“Furthermore, he is the Prime Minister of all Malaysian citizens from all walks of life, not just the Malaya Muslims.


“So the question is why is there a need to introduce such sensitive restrictions and control the expansion of non-Muslim religions?” he asked.

Jay pointed out that all this while, Sarawakians have been living in peace and harmony.

“This is not a question of human dignity and equality, but rather being human. This is not about being selfish but rather, a necessity.

“Remember that it may have far reaching impact and might lead to a humanitarian crisis and catastrophe, discontent and uprising for the separation of Borneo States from Malaya,” he added. — DayakDaily