Dr. M. Hadi should withdraw from politics and “live out golden years in peace,” according to Tiong. 2023

Former prime minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad and PAS leader Tan Sri Abdul Hadi Awang have been urged to leave politics behind and enjoy their golden years, according to PDP president Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing.

Tiong has criticized Hadi and his party members for making a number of claims that might divide Malaysians and generate misunderstanding.

He said that even prior to making these claims, Hadi had been blaming non-Muslims and non-Bumiputra for causing corruption, either as givers or beneficiaries.

In this respect, Tiong stated in a statement on Friday (May 12), “I hope that Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim would be more sensitive to these sentiments and take appropriate action so that it will not become a racial cancer in our society.

Tiong advises Dr. M. Hadi to withdraw from politics and “live out golden years in peace.”

He thought that each and every person had the right to live in peace and concord, especially because the economy had only recently recovered from the Covid-19 epidemic.

In favor of Dr. Mahathir’s Malay Proclamation, Hadi allegedly recently reiterated his contentious assertion that non-Muslims and non-Malays were the root of corruption.

Tiong remarked, “I am profoundly upset by this statement, especially coming from a leader with significant background in national politics.

It is not a good idea to pick out any one specific race for one’s political goal, according to Tiong, who is also the Minister of Tourism, Arts, and Culture.

He emphasized that such political maneuvers will not make the situation better.

Instead, they can shatter the nation’s cohesiveness and incite popular animosity.

“As a result, I would suggest that these two veterans take an early exit from the national political scene and live out their remaining years in peace.

Save time and refrain from employing tried-and-true strategies. must refrain from regularly saying things that incite racial and religious strife.

Don’t frequently say things that stir up racial and religious animosity, Tiong said.

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