Ministers stayed quiet after the cabinet meetings get over


After Yang di-PertuanAgong’s decided not to have an emergency in Malaysia, the members of the Perkatan Nasional had a three-hour-long cabinet meeting at the prime minister’s office. Still, sadly all the ministers are quiet, and no details have come out.
The ministers had arrived for the meeting help by Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin for discussing the matter of no state of emergency in Malaysia. The meeting concluded at around 2 pm, and the ministers were seen leaving the compound and Datuk Seri Azmin Ali the international trade and industry minister was the first one to leave, a lot of journalists tried getting comments from the minister, but everything went in vain.
The only comment that the journalist received was from the Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein, the foreign minister. The latter said that he is leaving for a Barisan Nasional meeting at the Putra World trade centre. The BN has called for an emergency meeting.
This meeting is being held for disusing the political movements that are taking place in the country, it also includes the decision of the PN government to declare the emergency in the state, says Umno’s Padang Besar MP Datuk ZahidiZainulAbidin
Yesterday the statement released by the palace stated that Yang di-PertuanAgong believes that the current government has handled the COVID-19 pandemic effectively.
And they trust their ability to continue to take precautions, enforce actions and implement the policies so that the diseases don’t spread in Malaysia.
The rumours which stated that Muhyiddin wanted to evoke the emergency powers but Angong after consulting the rulers didn’t find any need of it were true, and this got confirmed by Istana Negara


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