Anwar tenaciously steering country to greater heights, says his political secretary

KUALA LUMPUR: Individuals who resort to defamation are advised to stop the practice as it damages societal mindsets.

Muhammad Kamil Abdul Munim, who is Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's political secretary, said the months of Ramadan and Syawal should be filled with good deeds and attitudes, adding that Islam is about mercy and rejects defamation.

Instead, he said, the holy months have been filled with political slander by some who harbour grudges against Anwar, who is tenaciously steering the nation towards greater heights.

He added that using fabricated stories shows their desperation and shows that they have failed to raise any valid issues against the Prime Minister and the Madani administration.

"We must not resort to such ugly practices. We must improve our level of knowledge which should progress with age so we will not be ridiculed," he said in a Facebook post on Saturday (April 13).

Muhammad Kamil also said the Prime Minister's health is good despite his hectic schedule, adding that it was common for anyone to sometimes have a slight fever or allergies.

"However, he continues to show tenacity, determination, skill and intelligence in his work, so much so that we, his much younger staff members, have difficulty keeping up with his punishing pace.

"He never budges from his determination to change the country and change is a process that must be endured, even if it takes time and receives criticisms," he said.

Muhammad Kamil also urged the police to take action against those spreading untruths and to provide as much space as possible to honest critics. – Bernama

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