Malaysia's hopes have raised RM7.07 million since its launch last night until 3m today. Minister of Finance, Lim Guan Eng, said the company would continue to announce the amount of the fund's collection on a daily basis. He said donations to the fund could also be given tax exemptions and donors were required to keep the receipt for the purpose. We are grateful to Malaysians for contribution to being able to make this much in less than 24 hours to reduce the burden of national debt.
This contribution will be given tax breaks for unlimited individuals and companies," he told reporters after receiving public collections amounting to RM13,476.57 today. Guan Eng said he also congratulated the law graduates, Nik Shazarina for embarking on efforts to collect contributions from Malaysians. The amount of the proceeds may seem small, but their spiritual needs to be valued in an effort to reduce the burden on the country's debt," he said.
The action of the Sisters in Islam Act (SIS) restores the memory of the people's efforts to collect donations to accommodate the mission of demanding the independence of Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra's first Prime Minister to London. Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad announced the establishment of Malaysia's Tabung Harapan following the announcement of the country's debt to the attention of Malaysians when to donate to the government to reduce the debt on social media.