GRS invites local parties to join coalition, says Hajiji

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GABUNGAN Rakyat Sabah (GRS) invites local parties to join its coalition and work together to develop the state, said its president Hajiji Noor.

Sabah’s chief minister said the GRS was ready to accept local parties as nothing good would come out of political disputes that could hamper the development of the state.

As such, he said, local political parties cannot solely think of the interests of their respective parties, as politics requires cooperation to succeed.

“Learn from the experience of how we were treated and lost so much. I am confident that GRS will ensure that no race is left behind as all Sabahans are the same. Let’s grow Sabah together.

“I didn’t think I would become chief minister. (But) when the elections were called, GRS cooperated with Barisan Nasional (BN) and because we were united we won,” he said in his speech at the launch of the GRS tour program in Lahad. Date today.

Hajiji also hopes that the leaders of Umno and BN will want to continue their cooperation with GRS for the benefit of the state and its people.

GRS is made up of Bersatu Sabah, Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS), Parti Solidariti Tanah Airku (Star), Sabah Progressive Party (Sapp) and United Sabah National Organization (Usno), which collaborates with BN to govern Sabah.

The Chief Minister hoped that Lahad Datu voters would support the current government for a better future.

“Under my administration, Lahad Datu is one of the districts that have been given priority to be transformed into a developed district in the east coast of Sabah. It has huge potential and various schemes have been planned for this district,” a- he declared.

On security issues, Hajiji said he has always insisted on the need to strengthen security on the east coast of Sabah and even called on the federal government to upgrade security means in the region.

“We must pay particular attention to this security issue. This is crucial because we want people to feel safe, and we don’t want any interference in government planning, especially regarding the development of people on the east coast of Sabah,” he said. – Bernama, September 5, 2022.

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