By Jaythaleela K
MIRI, Sept 4: Assistant Minister for Women, Family and Childhood Development Rosey Yunus has expressed her concern over the attempt by certain irresponsible groups to split the unity among the various races in the state.
Hence, she reminded the people here to uphold the strong unity among them as it is the key foundation of a nation.
“Lately, we see how these groups of people are trying to lure the community into issues of race, religion and even languages. We should not allow them to break our unity,” she said at the launching of the public’s feedback on the National Unity Action Plan (PTPN) 2021-2025 here today.
She added that such sentiments should not be allowed to enter into the society.
On today’s programme, Rosey disclosed that the feedback session was held to ensure the views from the people, relevant stakeholders, including Rukun Tetangga neighbourhood members, community leaders, government agencies, private sector, non governmental organisations and academicians are taken into account in the formulation of the PTPN.
The PTPN will support the implementation of the National Unity Policy from 2021 to 2025.
Some 215 people attended at the one-day programme held at the Kelab Rekreasi Petroliam Lutong.
The programme is held simultaneously throughout the country today.
Also present was the National Unity and Integration Department (JPNIN) Miri Division officer Giri Nyareng. -DayakDaily