Exco man: All should fly the Jalur Gemilang

In high spirits: Nolee Ashilin and Rumaizi waving the Jalur Gemilang flag with members of the public and Kinta Heights residents.

IPOH: All premises in Perak should fly the Jalur Gemilang throughout the National Month as a show of gratitude for the peace and harmony that the country is enjoying, says a state executive councillor.

“We don’t need a big Jalur Gemilang flag, mini flags should suffice.

“We understand that there are those among the community who are not aware of the National Month celebration, so they have not started hoisting and flying the Jalur Gemilang.

“I hope non-governmental organisations will work together with the state government in campaigning to get the community to fly the Jalur Gemilang at their premises, ” said housing, local government and tourism committee chairman Datuk Nolee Ashilin Mohammed Radzi.

She was speaking after launching the Fly the Jalur Gemilang programme at Kinta Heights flat here yesterday.

Also present were Ipoh mayor Datuk Rumaizi Baharin and about 350 residents who took part in the programme. — Bernama

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