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Zahid: Former leaders should not interfere with current leadership

KUALA LUMPUR: Former leaders who interfere with the current leadership risk being stepped on , said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

Ahmad Zahid, who is also Home Minister, said former leaders should remain silent if they wish to gain respect from society.

This old generation, they should face the fact that their days are numbered.

If we have become an old book, we should place ourselves at the top shelf, and not at the floor and let ourselves to be stepped on.

They should remain silent, and not interfere with the current leadership,then only can people respect them, Ahmad Zahid said when officiating the 38th Gerakan Belia 4B Malaysia AGM at the Kuala Lumpur International Hotel here today.

Without pointing fingers at anyone, Ahmad Zahid said former leaders should not interfere with the current government.

Instead, he said, Malaysians are fortunate to have leaders who champion the aspirations of the younger

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