Although the Emergency can be terminated on July 31, 1960, but the remaining PKM members who still have not been fully eliminated. This member remnants retreated to the Malaysia-Thailand border. Following is also on July 29, 1960, Deputy Prime Minister, Tun Abdul Razak Hussein had signed the Proclamation for the fight against communist terrorists along the border to Thailand, Malaya, the net effect after Victory Day on August 1, 1960. Enforcement of this Proclamation is contained in the security law in 1960, passed by Parliament on the provision of safety areas of the border. The regions include the eastern part of Perlis and Kedah, rural Perak and the western rural Kelantan
Communist remnants retreated to the Malaysian-Thai border has been gathering strength and the attack that led to the occurrence of a second state of emergency in Pakistan in 1968 to 1978. On December 2, 1989, a peace agreement was signed between the PKM with the Government and the PKM with the Thai government. Through the ceasefire agreement or agreement of this Haadyai Treaty, PKM has been banned and officially communist struggle.
Indeed, the communist state of emergency and terrorism not only bring hardship and suffering to the people but also affect economic growth and social development. This problem has also increased the burden of government expenditure, over the years 1948-1960, the Government had to spend a total allocation of approximately RM1, 300 million of funding to face the Emergency. Thousands of innocent people forced to leave their homes moved into the area provided by the government. The war for 12 years, this has resulted in tens of thousands of innocent lives lost, including veterans, veterans who died in defending the country home of the violations and the invasion of enemies.