Throughout all the political turmoil that our country has been through for years, there’s one thing we have to be thankful for, which is the fact that our Yang di-Pertuan Agong is not only a relatable man but also a diligent king.
His Majesty has shown his care for the Malaysian people through the hands-on strategy he has applied to carrying out his duties.
For example, our YDPA decided to see first hand how Malaysians have been taking to the Movement Control Order implementation and how the authorities have been enforcing it by spending some time at the PDRM road blocks set up at several locations in Kuala Lumpur, as according to the We are Malaysians Facebook page.
Yang di-Pertuan Agong spent about 30 minutes at roadblocks at Jalan Semantan, Jalan Hartamas and Jalan Tun H S Lee in Kuala Lumpur to see first hand, how operations are and to advise motorists to adhere to the government's Movement Control Order.Tuanku also thanked the police force for their efforts. Thank you for keeping us safe! #StayAtHome⬇️Get 3 rolls Wallpaper for free⬇️:https://koreawallpaper.com/e/Free_3_Roll_SSL/form/J4EW9S
Posted by 我们是马来西亚人 We are Malaysians on Thursday, March 19, 2020
They wrote, “Yang di-Pertuan Agong spent about 30 minutes at the road blocks at Jalan Semantan, Jalan Hartamas and Jalan Tun H S Lee in Kuala Lumpur to see first hand, how operations are and to advise motorists to adhere to the government’s Movement Control Order. Tuanku also thanked the police force for their efforts. Thank you for keeping us safe! #StayAtHome”
In the video, YDPA can be seen standing by a road block, observing the situation as PDRM officers guided cars through.
Hence, rest assured that all will be well in the hands of our YDPA as long as we all cooperate and follow the instructions given in accordance with the Movement Control Order, because if you don’t, you might get stopped and scolded by our YDPA at the next road block.
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