Safe return of Malaysians proves Najib’s concern, Malacca CM says

Saadah Jamaludin, one of the nine Malaysians who were previously stranded in Pyongyang hugs a family member at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Sepang March 31, 2017. ― Reuters pic
Saadah Jamaludin, one of the nine Malaysians who were previously stranded in Pyongyang hugs a family member at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Sepang March 31, 2017. ― Reuters pic

MALACCA, March 31 ― The success in bringing back the nine Malaysian nationals from North Korea proved the concern of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and the government for the people, said Chief Minister Datuk Seri Idris Haron.

He said the effort could be achieved through the systematic administration implemented by Najib's leadership and thus fulfilling his pledge to the people of Malaysia to bring back the nine individuals concerned.

"This is a gift to all Malaysians, what happened all this while had been organised systematically by the government to bring back the Malaysian nationals concerned.

"If there were quarters previously who tried to provoke Najib, the Deputy Prime Minister and the Inspector-General of Police, the success proved that the government succeeded to resolve the crisis," he said. 

He disclosed this to reporters after officially opening the 34th Annual General Meeting of the Charity Organisation of the Wives of Melaka Barisan Nasional Elected Representatives (Bistari) which was also attended by its chairman, Datin Seri Fadilah Abdullah who is also Idris's wife. ― Bernama

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