He said the history of the country's independence and the federal constitution must be explained to the young so that they would have a better understanding of the basis for the formation of the country.
"The young generation is the country's back-up and hope for the future. The principles of the Rukun Negara must be understood and appreciated by all strata of the society," he said when opening the Dewan Rakyat sitting.
Tuanku Mizan expressed regret that despite the country having gained independence for 51 years, certain parties were still raising narrow racial issues for public debate.
"I want to stress that my government will not hesitate to take action against anyone who tries to disunite the people, to ensure that racial harmony and peace in the country are maintained," he said to applause from the members of Parliament.
Bujai's comment - now that the King has said it, let us be well-understood that Malaysia is a well-balanced and resilient society. There may be hiccups in unification but nobody is allowed to take up matters in their own hands. There may also be loopholes in all sets of law but we should not go overboard in addressing it.