Every Malaysian’s duty to foster national unity

THE firework displays may have dimmed, and the festive parades marking National Day have retreated off the streets, but the underlying spirit of unity that they symbolise remains ever significant.

As we move on towards celebrating the 60th Malaysia Day on Sept 16, we must remember the importance of national unity in our multicultural and multireligious society.

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