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Pahang Regent Refutes RM1.3 Bln Kickback Allegation

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KUANTAN – The Regent of Pahang, Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah, today refuted an allegation circulated on social media that he had received RM1.3 billion as a kickback for “his patronage” over a project. Tengku Abdullah also said that he had nothing to do with China Rainbow International Investment Co Ltd (CRIIC), the company alleged…

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Respect Month Of Ramadan, Avoid Slander

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LIPIS – Muslims have been reminded to respect the sanctity of the month of Ramadan by not making slanderous and insulting remarks against others as well as creating fake news which can incite hatred and stir up enmity among themselves. In making the call, the Regent of Pahang Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah said such…

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Give Priority To Welfare Of The People

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ROMPIN – The Regent of Pahang Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah called on the government to give priority to the welfare of the people especially those with housing needs. He said housing was important to the wellbeing and health of families and affordable homes should be available for people who have just started a family.…

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2-Year Term Limit To Ensure Better Performance

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CAMERON HIGHLANDS – The two-year term limit imposed on the post of Pahang Menteri Besar and state executive councillors is to ensure better work performance, said Regent of Pahang Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah. During the period, he said he would review the performance of the new Menteri Besar and councillors as well as the…

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Open House Tradition Promotes Unity – Tengku Abdullah

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KUANTAN – The practice of visiting each other and holding open houses for every celebration can further strengthen interracial ties in the country. Pahang Regent, Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah also urged that the traditional practice be continued and reinforced among the younger generation to enable the people to continue to live in peace and…

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Royal Institution Still Relevant In Malaysia – Tengku Abdullah

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KUANTAN – The royal institution, as a symbol of unity and catalyst of nationalism, is still relevant in this country which has a variety of political affiliations and socio-economic background. The Regent of Pahang, Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah said the royal institution was even more needed when the country faced various globalisation threats through…

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Tengku Abdullah Not Informed Yet Of Awards Sale Syndicate

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KUANTAN – Pahang Regent Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah said he has yet to receive any report from the Royal Malaysia Police on a syndicate allegedly selling non-existent honorary titles in the state. “I think I will wait for a report before commenting … so far I only know about it through the media, but…

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Understand & Respect Royal Institution

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PUTRAJAYA – The Regent of Pahang Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah today expresses his concern at the young generations for their shallow understanding, lack of interest and knowledge pertaining the Royal Institution. In his speech at the 14th Universiti Kuala Lumpur (UniKL) convocation ceremony here today, Tengku Abdullah revealed that this had resulted in the…

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Tahfiz Schools, Orphanages In Pahang Must Register

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KUANTAN – The Regent of Pahang, Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah has ordered all orphanages and tahfiz centres in the state which are not registered, to do so or face action. He said the registration of the centres, whether with the Social Welfare Department (JKM) or the Pahang Islamic Religious Department (JAIP), was essential so…

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Don’t Turn Mosque As Political Platforms

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KUANTAN – The Regent of Pahang, Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah has reminded all mosque and the Pahang Islamic Religious Department (Jaip) administrators not to turn mosques or suraus as political platforms. Citing the recent Selangor mosque incident as an example, he firmly reminded that the sanctity of the mosques and suraus in the state…

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Pahang Pardons Board Plans To Adopt Islamic Law Of Diyat

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KUANTAN – The Pahang Pardons Board plans to adopt the Islamic law of “diyat” as an alternative to grant pardon to convicts awaiting death sentence. The Regent of Pahang,, said Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah said the system, believed never implemented in other states, had been discussed by the board. “This system provides an opportunity…

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Engku Abdullah Wants Private Religious Schools Supervised Under One Roof

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KUANTAN – The Regent of Pahang, Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah has called on all private religious schools in the state to come under the supervison of Maahad Tahfiz Negeri Pahang (MTNP) so that the quality of education at such schools could be raised. He said that since its establishment in 1996, MNTP had achieved…

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