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People advised not to viral issues that could lead to disunity


Last Update: 07/09/2019



KOTA BHARU, Sept 7 (Bernama) -- People are reminded not to easily viral issues that touch on racial or religious sensitivities as it can undermine the unity and harmony in the country.

Kelantan Information Department (Japen) director Lim Ann Teck said the misinformation being disseminated in the social media  could damage the harmony among the people of various races in the country.

“As responsible citizens, we must first filter the information received. If the information can cause harm, immediately delete it,” he told Bernama after launching the Kota Bharu-level Merdeka @ Community  programme here today.

Meanwhile, Lim said the Merdeka @ Community programme was one of the department’s annual events aimed at lifting the spirit of patriotism in the people, particularly the young.

“The programme is filled with cycling tour from Pasar Besar Siti Khadijah to Min House Camp, Kubang Kerian here.

"During the tour, we stopped at five locations around the city to promote the incentives provided by the government through the agencies involved," he said.

Lim said among the agencies included Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), Employees Provident Fund (EPF),  Civil Defence Force (APM) and police.

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