Tuesday, 08 September 2015
Understand The Sacrifices To Appreciate Malaysia
Alli (second from right ) with the former head of Paraku, Bong Kee Chok (extreme right), 79, during Hari Raya in 2014 Foto Bernama
KUCHING (Bernama) -- The changes in Sarawak have been immense. Its roads used to be short and in poor condition, but now things are better and the infrastructure has improved as well as the connectivity between towns.
According to former Sarawak Special Branch chief Datuk Seri Alli Kawi, he could vouch for the changes that have taken place in the state.
Alli Kawi, 81, who now resides in Putrajaya with his wife, stands witness to the tremendous development Sarawak has seen since becoming part of Malaysia since 1963.
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