Muhyiddin umum RM2.25j untuk sekolah Cina Sg Limau...
Timbalan Perdana Menteri Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin mengumumkan bantuan dalam majlis bersama penduduk Cina Sungai Limau di pusat operasi BN pagi ini.
Bantuan itu terdiri daripada RM200,000 untuk Tabung Pendidikan Cina Sungai Limau, bantuan RM1 juta untuk SRJK (C) Aik Min, RM1 juta untuk SRJK (C) Yuk Meng Sg Limau, serta RM50,000 untuk SRJK (C) Pek Hwa.
Ia diumumkan di hadapan kira-kira 1,000 hadirin yang rata-rata terdiri daripada orang Cina.
Projek RM3j untuk nelayan di Yan...
Timbalan Perdana Menteri Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin hari ini mengumumkan kelulusan pembinaan pasar nelayan serta peruntukan RM2.5 juta bagi projek tukun tiruan di Yan.
Beliau berkata RM500,000 lagi diperuntukkan untuk penambahbaikan Jeti Kuala Dulang Kecil, Sungai Limau di Yan.
Peruntukan dan kelulusan itu adalah tanggungjawab kerajaan bagi menaik taraf hidup nelayan yang sememangnya menjadi antara keutamaan kerajaan, katanya.
"Oleh itu kalau jeti di Sungai Limau tak elok, belanja RM500,000 kita luluskan, kalau nelayan kata tak ada tempat untuk buat berniaga jadi mereka nak pasar, Menteri (Menteri Pertanian dan Industri Asas Tani) tadi kata, boleh,.
"Kemudian katanya tak cukup tukun tiruan...dimaklumkan pimpinan negeri tadi dah ada RM2.5juta peruntukan untuk menambah tukun-tukun tiruan," katanya pada Majlis Sarapan 1Malaysia di Kuala Dulang Kecil, di Yan hari ini.-malaysiakini
Hadi - Take whatever they are giving, forget the rest...
PAS president Dato Seri Abdul Hadi Awang wants the people of Sg Limau to be into intelligent voters on Nov 4 by-election.
He said voters has to vote intelligently when faced with the various "baits" being offered to them.
"We must not let go of our principles just because of RM50 or RM100 offered," he added.
Commenting on the question of the choice of candidate, he said PAS' candidate, Mohd Azam Abd Samat is the best there is, to represent the Sg Limau state constituency.
Not only would he be able to continue the legacy of the late Azizan, Azam would also be able to continue PAS' struggle.
" Let us vote for Azam. Whatever he does right we support, what he does that is not, we will oppose," he continued.
"In Umno, everyone supports whatever the 'boss' tells them to do, regardless of right or wrong, that's the difference," said Abdul Hadi.-harakahdaily
Makan umpan, jangan joran - Presiden PAS
Investors who 'lost RM12mil' fume at Najib in London...
In a blow to Malaysia's overseas reputation, a group called British Victims of Investing in Malaysia (BVIM) protested in the streets of London on Wednesday, urging Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak to help them recover their lost life savings.
BVIM protested outside the Excel exhibition and convention centre in London, the site of the World Islamic Economic Forum. Najib was the event's patron.
The group demanded that Najib act against Doxport Technologies Sdn Bhd, a firm owned by former Umno treasurer-general Abdul Azim Mohd Zabidi (left), which they alleged cheated UK citizens off some RM12 million.
"It is ridiculous that after over two years since we lodged a criminal case in Malaysia, that no charges have been made or people arrested - I tell all my friends, colleagues and the people I meet to never invest in Malaysia!" Steven, a bank worker, was quoted in a BVIM press statement.
Doxport had allegedly taken money from the British investors for the purchase and installation of telecommunication equipment in 2008 but the investors have received no payback since.
Sixty British investors, through Fiscal Capital Sdn Bhd, had filed a RM12 million suit against Doxport this year, following inaction even after a police report made in October 2011.
Another investor, Mohammed, a bus driver, was quoted saying: "I invested my life savings because I liked Malaysia, My family is really suffering and it seems the law means nothing in Malaysia. I hope no one invests there and suffers like us."
The protesters questioned if Malaysia followed the rule of law and warned others against investing in the country.
London Metropolitan Police gave permission for the protest and BVIM claimed they also had the backing of some 15 British MPs.-malaysiakini
On their website, the group pointed out that it had already met Najib along with former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, Datuk Mukhriz Mahathir and other Malaysian politicians and dignitaries over the last 3 years to highlight their case.
They said investors, accompanied by British House of Lords member Nazir Ahmed, visited Malaysia to meet Najib to get an assurance that they would be given justice.
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