JOHOR BARU: The National Unity Ministry will conduct roadshows all over the country starting this month to get public feedback and comments on ways to further strengthen unity among Malaysians.
Its minister Datuk Halimah Mohamed Sadique (pic) said that the roadshows would kick-start within the month of August and would end by September.
"We want to hear opinions from the public on ways we could improve unity in the country as well as their aspirations for Malaysia. It is important for them to have their voices heard.
"The feedback would later be used to refine the national unity plan and to ensure that the plan is effective and would reach its objectives," she said, adding that the national unity plan is expected to be launched by this year.
She said this after handing over two units of body temperature scanners from three Lions clubs to Hospital Enche' Besar Hajjah Kalsom in Kluang here on Saturday (Aug 8).
Halimah added that the roadshows would be conducted in every state, in both rural and urban areas, where people from all walks of lives could stop by to share their views on the matter.
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