Zahid: I never called for vernacular schools to be abolished


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  • Saturday, 15 Apr 2017

Datuk Seri Dr Ahamd Zahid Hamidi

KUALA KANGSAR: Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi says that he had never at any time called for vernacular schools to be abolished.

He said he had instead asked for the curriculum of vernacular schools to be further improved so as to strengthen national unity in a multiracial society like Malaysia.

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