Muhyiddin: Be sensitive to other’s beliefs

(Bernama) – Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin yesterday urged the people to respect each other’s religious beliefs despite practising different religions.

In his message to the Indian community who usher the Thaipusam festival today, Muhyiddin said the sense of belonging and tolerance among the people in a multiracial country can contribute to the stability and harmony of the country.

“I call upon all Malaysians to be sensitive to each others believe and religion, no matter what race or religion they practised,” he said here today.

The deputy prime minister was confident that if the ideals of 1 Malaysia are followed “religiously”, the people can improve their understanding and relationship amongst one another.

Muhyiddin also took the opportunity to wish a Happy Thaipusam to the Indian community throughout the country, on behalf of his family. — Bernama