Salleh Said: GRS should not be affected by political developments in peninsular


KOTA KINABALU: Political developments in Peninsular Malaysia should not affect the strong collaboration between Gabungan Rakyat Sabah (GRS) component parties, says Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Salleh Said Keruak (pic).

The Usukan assemblyman said the focus should be on serving the people and to ensure support towards the state administration under Chief Minister Datuk Seri Hajiji Noor's leadership remained strong.

"It has been over three months since the state elections took place, and more than a million Sabahan voters are now under a new GRS government.

"GRS has been given the mandate by the people to boost the economy and put the interests of the community first," said the former Sabah chief minister and Federal minister in a blog post on Thursday (Jan 7).

He said GRS had been working to ensure the nine manifesto pledges are kept, which included state rights, infrastructure, civil service, employment opportunities and security, among others.

"The government has already started implementing some of them," he said.

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