KUALA LUMPUR: Police Inspector-General Datuk Seri Abdul Hamid Bador yesterday warned that the situation in the country is ‘troubling’ due to the rise of racial and religious tensions.
He also blames the Opposition parties PAS and UMNO for attempting to destabilise the Pakatan Harapan government by rising racial and religious tensions in Malaysia, The South China Morning Post reported.
“Security-wise, it is of concern but manageable. The deposed party would continue to destabilise and weaken the ruling party,” Abdul Hamid said in an interview.
Last week, Bador issued a statement saying that anyone found to be inciting racial sentiments or religious sensitivities would be arrested without warning.
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