The Prime Minister said the Government would continue to do its best for everyone in the country.
“As Malaysians, we should preserve and defend what we have,” Najib said in a short speech at the Darul Ibadah mosque in Batu Kawah here before joining in the congregational isyak prayers.
He also noted that the effect of the Arab Spring uprising for change in some Muslims countries had been disappointing.
“Therefore, we should not be taken in by any slander which can cause us to be unable to defend what we have,” he added.
Najib, who is also Barisan Nasional chairman, later attended a gathering at a nearby community hall located in the Batu Kawah constituency.
Also present was the Barisan candidate for the seat and SUPP president Datuk Dr Sim Kui Hian.
The constituency in Kuching city is 62.3% Chinese, 17.7% Malay/Melanau, 9.7% Iban, 8.3% Bidayuh and 0.5% Orang Ulu, with other communities comprising 5.1%.
The Prime Minister, who arrived yesterday, is expected to be in Sarawak until Saturday.