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The Deputy Prime Minister said through such community-based programmes, it was also hoped that the association could get wider attention in the eyes of the people and be better known.
"The government always deeply appreciates all the sweat and commitment that tuan-tuan and puan-puan (you) ladies and gentlemen) have put in while on duty before.
"With the wide experience of (the association's) members, the government hopes that together tuan-tuan (gentlemen) will create and ensure a harmonious environment, that is conducive for a progressive and productive life in Malaysia," he said.
Muhyiddin said this in his message in the programme brochure in conjunction with the association's annual dinner at the Putra World Trade Centre's (PWTC) Merdeka hall here tonight.
Deputy Home Minister Datuk Dr Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar officiated at the function, which was attended by 1,000 former police personnel.
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