Cuepacs president Azih Muda (pic) said civil servants involved in the gathering had violated the "Akujanji" and Service Pledge that they had made.
"I have stated before that civil servants must not get involved in any gathering against the government as they had taken the oath... so whether they like it or not, they must abide by the rules.
"If they are dissatisfied and wish to take part in such a gathering, they should leave the public sector.
"We aim to make Malaysia a developed nation but such protest gatherings can derail the plan," he told reporters after the Civil Servants Workers Day celebration at Dewan Wawasan in Jitra today.
It was launched by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak.
Azih said action could be taken against civil servants found to have taken part in today's anti-GST gathering.
"They must not say they are victimised if disciplinary action is taken against them. It's their own fault if they join the protest gathering as I had issued an earlier statement for civil servants not to get involved.
"The prime minister has always opened doors for Cuepacs to voice our needs and woes and there have been solutions to help us cope with rising costs and to see what more needs to be done in the public sector. So there is no need to participate in the protest gathering."
He added that Najib urged public servants to carry out their tasks with full dedication and most importantly, the prime minister hoped they could help boost national income to mitigate the rising cost of living through greater work productivity. – Bernama, May 1, 2014.
The Government takes care of Azih Muda very well. He gets free land, free shares in public listed companies, he travels first class everywhere with Ministers, his children are well taken care of with free scholarship and his wives and mistress are well taken care of with projects.
He is so well taken care of that he has now totally sold himself to the Government. So how can he understand the feeling of the civil servants who not only have to work under a lousy and arrogant boss but with loans and high cost of living to cope.
If you are earning RM4,000 a month, how much of cash do you carry daily around?
Azih Muda claim to earn that much a month but he carries more than RM1,000 cash and spend all before the day ends. So can someone explain the unexplainable?