The camp was supposed to help unite Malaysians of various races. But it turned out to be a tragedy which had separated parents from their children forever.
Here is another tragic news:
T Nathan, 45, father of schoolgirl N Dina Deve, 11, who died on the night the suspension bridge collapsed, was devastated over the news of his daughter's death.
Broken-hearted, he could not take any meal and had to be put on the drip. On Thursday morning he passed out at his house in Mambang Diawan, near here, and died.
Yet, DPM Muhyiddin is adamant that these camps must go on. This programme is a waste of money, poorly planned and directionless.
Since Muhyiddin is so adamant, he should send his grandchildren there too. The same goes to all BN ministers and politicians.
If we have to depend on politicians to help unite the people, it would be a wait in vanity.
Muhyiddin should ask for UMNO to be more inclusive and cease being a racial party and stop championing race supremacy.
Dina Deve, Devatharshini and those who lost their lives in the National Service camps are worthless souls. These politicians treat our children like toys to satisfy their inability to stop abusing religion and race for their own political mileage.
Shame on you!