MCA urges Prime Minister Ismail to remove Hadi from holding the position of Prime Minister’s Special Envoy to the Middle East


MCA Women’s Leader, Datuk Heng Seai Kie feels disappointed PAS President Tan Sri Abdul Hadi Awang issued a `baseless` statement alleging that non-Muslims and non-Bumiputeras are the cause of a culture of corruption that damages the economy and politics in this country.

She said Abdul Hadi should not have issued such statement because it contradicts the concept of the Malaysian Family and can undermine the unity and harmony of the various races in Malaysia.

She added, Hadi`s statement is also baseless because every religion rejects acts of corruption and it is a universal problem and not related to any nation, according to Utusan Malaysia report.

“It is very surprising and disappointing when a leader who leads a major political party in addition to his position as the Prime Minister’s Special Ambassador to the Middle East has to issue such a statement.
“This kind of thinking is also not suitable for his position because he does not represent the Malaysian people who are made up of a multi-religious and multi-racial society,” Utusan quoted her as saying after officiating the state MCA Women’s annual general meeting at Wisma MCA Perlis here today.
Meanwhile, Heng Seai Kie urged the Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob to remove Hadi from holding the position of Prime Minister’s Special Envoy to the Middle East.
She said, the statement could create an atmosphere of disharmony in the country, and may cause anger and revenge as well as being able to trigger racial tension that is related to national security issues.
Meanwhile, Malaysiakini reported, the federal police today confirmed an ongoing investigation against PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang for linking non-Muslims and non-bumiputera to systemic corruption in the country.
According to the news portal, Bukit Aman corporate communications chief A Skandaguru in a statement said the probe was being conducted by the classified criminal investigation (D5) unit based on 28 police reports.

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