Amanah along with leaders of Pakatan Harapan (PH) and Muda have filed a police report against several politicians over inflammatory statements that could incite hatred among the community.
Amanah’s mobilisation director Mohd Sany Hamzan said he had made four separate reports against several politicians following their statements that could also incite hatred against PH.
"I urge Malaysians, in particular, to reject any form of racism, the politics of hate, the politics of religion, the politics of pitting against one another.
"We want political parties in this country to have integrity and a sense of responsibility, to be academic, and we have to show this attitude to the community," he told reporters after making a police report at the Dang Wangi police headquarters in Kuala Lumpur today.
Sany, who is the Hulu Langat MP, also proposed that a royal commission of inquiry be established to investigate the alleged embezzlement of allocations amounting to RM500 billion during the Covid-19 pandemic, two years ago.
Last Saturday, Sany also filed a police report and urged Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim to take firm and immediate action against individuals who play up religious sentiments and raised racial issues in the 15th general election.