Tun Abdul Razak, the second Prime Miniter of Malaysis

توليسله اڤ يڠ كاو ليهت، چاتتله اڤ يڠ كاو فيكيركن، بيار مريك ايت تاهو بهاوا ملايو ايت بوكن سمواڽ بوليه دڤربودوهكن. كيت اومت ملايو بڠسا يڠ بردولت، اڬام اسلام منجاديكن كيت هيدوڤ برمرواه، برجواڠله ممباڠونكن بڠسا، منڬقكن اڬام دان ممڤرتاهنكن نڬارا. ايڠتله ڤسانكو اين، بيار ڤوتيه تولڠ، جاڠن ڤوتيه مات

Tun Abdul Razak was born in Pekan on 11 March 1922. He first studied in a Malay school and later went on to complete his secondary education in Malay College in Kuala Kangsar.
When World War Two broke out, Tun Razak immediately joined an anti-Japanese movement in which he was an active member. After the war, he went to London where he took up law. During his time there, he served as the secretary of the Malay Students Society. In 1950, he graduated and returned to Malaya. He joined UMNO and eventually beca the vice president in 1951. In 1955, he was appointed the minister of Education. He became Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia in 1957. In 1970, Tun Abdul Razak became the second Prime Minister of Malaysia.
As Prime Minister, Tun Abdul Razak guided the nation towards further development and progress. However, Tun Abdul Razak developed an illness and passed away in 1976.
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