King extends greetings on 216th Police Day

  • Nation
  • Monday, 20 Mar 2023

KUALA LUMPUR: Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri'ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah has extended 216th Police Day greetings to all members of the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM), including veterans and retirees.

Al-Sultan Abdullah expressed deep appreciation to the members of PDRM for their devotion and service in carrying out their duties in preserving the peace of the country.

His Majesty also conveyed his gratitude and pride towards all police retirees for their sacrifices in having worked tirelessly, regardless of time and situation.

"May the PDRM personnel continue to be strong to safeguard the sovereignty, security and well-being of the people, and the country,” said Al-Sultan Abdullah in a statement shared on Istana Negara's Facebook account on Monday (March 20).

In the same post, His Majesty also prayed that all police personnel be blessed and protected by God from all forms of threats and calamities and that all their fallen heroes be placed among the righteous.

The King also called on the people to live in harmony, obey the law, cooperate and establish close relations with the police force in combating any criminal activities in their respective communities. – Bernama

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