Johor kicks off Aidilfitri Madani 2024 today

PUTRAJAYA: The Aidilfitri Madani 2024 celebration with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim will be held in seven states, beginning today in Johor.

The event secretariat said in a statement that the celebration will also be held in Sabah on April 20, Melaka (April 22), Kelantan (May 2), Kedah (May 4), Penang (May 5) and Terengganu (May 9).It said the programme in Sabah, which is a national-level celebration, will be hosted by the state government as the host and the National Unity Ministry as the lead ministry.

It will be held at the Sabah International Convention Centre in Kota Kinabalu from 10.30am to 3pm.

In Johor, it will be held at Padang Begonia, Angsana Johor Baru Mall from 4pm to 7pm and will be hosted by the state government, with the Defence Ministry as the lead ministry.

According to the secretariat, the Aidilfitri Madani celebration involves a collaboration between the state government as the host and the lead ministry acting as a joint implementer, Bernama reported.

It said the event’s main purpose was to foster goodwill and unity among the community and enable leaders to meet with the people.

The Prime Minister is scheduled to be present as the main guest, while the Mentri Besar or Chief Minister of the respective states will also attend.

It said the event will also provide an opportunity for more people to celebrate Aidilfitri with leaders at the federal and state levels.

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