Datuk Halim – Preferred leader by the people in Dun Seri Setia

April 30, 2013

Datuk Haji Abdul Halim Samad, is well known amongst the people in Seri Setia. Most Seri Setia residents preferred Datuk Halim,  if they were to compare him with the current State Assemblyman Nik Nazmi(pkr).

2 days back, at Pangsapuri Damai, PJS 8, we were able to witness the majority of the residents came down and show their utmost support towards Datuk Halim, as the BN Candidate for N32. Seri Setia. When asked, one of the resident said “We are no longer with Pakatan.. For the past 5 years since Nik Nazmi held the position as YB, Nik Nazmi only came over twice!”

Another source state that, PKR is so-called great because once they won, they don’t really care about the lower and middle income people.. but the rich ones are treated like kings.  (Source : Team Media Selangor)

#undi bn#rampas selangor#



Sharing : Kit Siang stand in 2040??

April 29, 2013

Sharing some article, analysis and forecasting — Choose Smart – Vote!

 Where would Kit Siang stand in 2040?? 

Politics and political power is all about people. So any changes to the demographics will have a bearing on the political outcome. [so far no animal have been allowed to vote, so changes in the animal population will not affect our politics. I am however rather disappointed that a few frogs have been allowed to stand as candidates].
I just got hold of population projections up to 2040 from the Statistics Department. They have a lot of data on their website – you should go and spend some time there
Let’s look what the potential changes to the Malaysian population and how it may affect politics.
In 2010, Malaysia’s population was 28.6 million. The population will increase by about 10 million (35.0%) to 38.6 million in 2040 (Chart 1). The percentage of people living in urban areas will also increase (from the current 71% to over 80%). Selangor will still be the populous state but Sabah will overtake Johor to become the second most populated state.

read more here

Barisan Nasional Selangor’s Manifesto 2013 – Peace, Stability, Prosperity

April 27, 2013

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Barisan Nasional Manifesto 2013

April 27, 2013

Dear all.

Barisan Nasional 2013 manifesto can be downloaded here.

Please read through to help you decide the best for our future together..


People First!

“A Promise of Hope”

Walkabout Datuk Halim Samad – N32 Dun Seri Setia

April 25, 2013

It was reported that the walkabout session by Datuk Halim Samad last Monday night had an overwhelming support by the residents of Seri Setia. His humble and friendly personality made him a favourite amongst the people of Kelana Jaya.

Reported by Asam


Loh Seng Kok Pledges to Act on Priority Issues if Elected as MP for Kelana Jaya

April 25, 2013

Source : sjecho

SUBANG JAYA, APRIL 22 2013: “I will immediately get cracking on issues which are top on the list of Subang Jaya residents the moment I am elected as your Parliamentarian,” BN candidate for Kelana Jaya Loh Seng Kok said today.

Loh said all he needed was the word “GO” (to be elected as their Member of Parliament) to tackle concerns which are close to the hearts of residents, namely crime; public transportation and traffic congestion.

Having served the Kelana Jaya constituency as its Member of Parliament from 2004 to 2008, Loh said he is no stranger to issues at hand which need to be tackled straight away.

“Together with residents, we fought for the LRT to come to Subang Jaya back in 2004-2008. Today, we see the LRT under construction right before our eyes.”

“Once it is completed, we will see some improvements in the traffic congestion we face today,” he said to reporters before his meet-the-people session in Court 2, USJ6.

Loh said it was important for the LRT project concessionaire Syarikat Prasarana Negara Berhad to provide adequate “Park n Ride” facilities at strategic locations along the LRT track.

“This will ensure residents take the LRT thus easing the use of private vehicles. The construction of the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) will also provide good alternatives for public transportation.”

“These projects which are being coordinated by the Federal Government will take time to complete. It is my hope that residents will exercise patience while we work at putting the building blocks together to ease traffic congestion,” he added.

On the anticipated increase of indiscriminate parking in residential areas by those using the LRT when it is completed, Loh said educating motorists on the need to be considerate of neighbourhoods was a priority.

“They should park at designated areas and not indiscriminately park in residential areas.”

“Enforcement by the local authority is also a priority to deter and nip this problem at the start. Commuters should use the shuttle bus services to be provided and leave their cars at home,” he said, adding that he would spend time to work with the relevant agencies immediately to ensure a smooth execution of the plan when the LRT and BRT services were operational.

Loh, who did not contest in the 2008 general election said crime prevention measures were also at the top of his “To Do” list.

“As your Member of Parliament, I will work towards getting the authorities to increase police patrols in all the neighbourhoods of Subang Jaya.”

“I will also facilitate the installation of more CCTVs at strategic and crime prone areas for prevention of crime,” he said, adding that he would put more effort in roping in RELA to provide additional security for the neighbourhood apart from helping to increase the number of Rukun Tetangga to enhance neighbourliness and security.

P104 – BN Parliament Candidate : Loh Seng Kok’s Profile

April 25, 2013

Source : http://www.kelanajaya.com.my/Profile.htm


姓名Name 卢诚国   LOH SENG KOK
Office Address
No:1-61, Jalan PJS 9/1A, Lagoon Perdana,
Bandar Sunway, 
46150 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
电话Tel 603-5621 2111
传真Fax 603-5621 2110
电邮Email Personal e-mail 私人电邮: lohsengkok@kelanajaya.com.my or
Office e-mail 办事处电邮: mpcentre@kelanajaya.com.my
办事处时间 : 星期一至星期五(假期除外)上午九点半 –下午五点
Office hours: Monday to Friday (except holiday) 9.30am – 5.00pm 







Dilahirkan pada tahun 1962. Beliau memperolehi Ijazah Sarjanamuda Sastera dengan Kepujian (B.A. Hons) dari Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) pada tahun 1987.

–   Ahli Parlimen Kawasan Kelana Jaya, Selangor (2004-2008)

    Pernah berkhidmat lebih kurang 13 tahun 6 bulan di Kementerian Pengangkutan sebagai Setiausaha kepada Menteri, setelah berhenti sebagai Setiausaha Politik kepada Menteri, beliau diberi mandat oleh Barisan Nasional untuk bertanding dalam Pilihanraya Umum ke-11 pada tahun 2004, berjaya dipilih sebagai Ahli Dewan Rakyat Kawasan Kelana Jaya (P.104) Selangor.

    Dipilih dan berkecimpung dalam badan-badan berhubung kait dengan Parlimen dan lain-lain seperti berikut:

2007 – 2008 AHLI J/K Persatuan Parlimen Komanwel (CPA), Cawangan Malaysia.
2006 – 2009 AHLI J/K Persatuan Ahli-ahli Parlimen Malaysia Berhubung
Kependudukan &  Pembangunan (AFPPD Malaysia)
NAIB PENGERUSI Kesatuan Pengakap Ahli Parlimen Malaysia
Malaysian Parliamentarian Scouts  Association (MAPSA)
2005 – 2007 AHLI J/K Pilihan Khas Parlimen Mengenai Perpaduan dan Khidmat Negara
2004 – 2009 AHLI J/K Kerja Tindakan Daerah Petaling, Selangor

Menerajui Persatuan Tenpin Boling Daerah Petaling, Selangor sebagai Presiden sejak tahun 2005 hingga kini

Dan juga bergiat membantu Gabungan Pusat-pusat Pemulihan Dadah Lembah Kelang sebagai Penasihat

Semasa menjadi pelajar sekolah dan mahasiswa, cergas dalam bidang kokurikulum dan kegiatan kemahasiswaan

Ditauliah sebagai Pengakap Raja oleh Yang di-Pertuan Agong bersama-sama dengan para Raja dan Sultan negeri (1982)

Di samping dipilih menjadi salah seorang pemimpin dan bergiat di dalam PMFSKK, Kelab Bahasa Inggerís dan Persaudaraan Kristian UKM (PERKEB); pernah dipilih menjadi Ahli Majlis Perwakilan Pelajar UKM dan merupakan seorang pemimpin pelajar bukan Melayu yang PERTAMA dipilih sebagai salah seorang pemimpin dalam Persatuan Mahasiswa UKM dan menyandang jawatan Timbalan Setiausaha Agung PMUKM (1985-86)

Ditauliah sebagai Leftenan Muda Rejimen Askar Wataniah oleh Yang Di-Pertuan Agong pada tahun 1986 selepas menyempurnakan latihan tiga tahun dalam PALAPES (Pasukan Latihan Pegawai Simpanan) dan berjaya dalam ujian kelayakan dalam disiplin ketenteraan, serta dianugerah “KURNIA SATRIAJAYA”

Dalam tempoh usianya sebagai belia, bergiat dalam badan belia iaitu Pergerakan Pemuda Malaysia (YMM) dengan bermula dari peringkat akar umbi sehinggalah memimpin di peringkat daerah Petaling, peringkat Negeri Selangor dan kebangsaan

Beliau banyak membantu MBS menjalankan program-program pembangunan belia sebagai Naib Pengerusi Majlis Belia Selangor (1989-93) dan EXCO atau Ahli Dewan Tertinggi Majlis Belia Malaysia (MBM 1992-94), di samping menjadi Ahli dalam Majlis Perundingan Belia Selangor (1991-93) dan Majlis Perundingan Belia Negara (1992-94)

Dipilih sebagai Setiausaha Agung (2002-05), Naib Ketua (1999-2001), Timbalan Setiausaha Agung (1996-98) dan Ahli J/K Pusat (1990-95) dalam Pergerakan Pemuda MCA Kebangsaan

Dilantik sebagai Ahli J/K Pusat Pemuda Barisan Nasional (2002-2005)


Birth Year : 1962
Religion  : Christian
Marital status : Married to Chong Siew Chin (have 2 sons 1 daughter)
Hobbies : Badminton, chess
Education background: : a. Bachelor of Arts.(Hons.) National University of Malaysia  (UKM) (1987)
b. STPM – Lulus Penuh :  Sek. Men. King George V, Seremban, N. Sembilan. (1982)
c. SPM – Pangkat 1:  Sek. Men. Methodist (ACS), Seremban, N. Sembilan. (1980)
d. SRP –  Pangkat A:  Sek. Men. Bandar Tinggi, Jelebu, N. Sembilan. (1978)
e. S.R.J.K.(C) Kg. Baru Petaling, Jelebu, N.S. (1969 – 74)


March 2004 – Feb 2008 MEMBER, House of Representatives, Parliament, Malaysia.
July 2003 – Sept 2003 POLITICAL SECRETARY in the Prime Minister Department  (JPM)
Sept 1995 – June 2003 POLITICAL SECRETARY to the Minister of Transport.
March 1990 – Aug ’95 PRIVATE SECRETARY to the Minister of Transport,  Malaysia
July ’88 – Feb.1990 ASSISTANT EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, MCA Headquarters, K.L.
Dec. ’87 – May 1988 SALES & ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER, Metroplex Bhd., K.L.
Aug – Nov.1987 TEMPORARY TEACHER, Sek. Men. Sri Sentosa Jalan Kuchai Lama, Kuala Lumpur
January –  June 1983 TEMPORARY TEACHER, SRJK  (C) Kg. Baru Sg. Muntoh, Jelebu, Negeri Sembilan. 



2007 – 2008 COMMITTEE MEMBER, Commonwealth Parliamentarians Association (CPA), Malaysia Branch.
2006 – 2009 COMMITTEE MEMBER, AFPPD Malaysia.
VICE CHAIRMAN, Malaysian Parliamentarian Scouts Association (MAPSA).
2005 – 2009 ADVISOR, Klang Valley Alliance of Drug Rehabilitation Centre.
ADVISOR, Kenosis Home Drug Rehabilitation Centre.
2005 – 2007 COMMITTEE MEMBER, Parliamentary Select Committee on National Service & Unity.
2004 – 2009 CHAIRMAN, Committee on Housing & Urbanisation, National Front Backbenchers Club (BNBBC).
COMMITTEE MEMBER, Committee on Defence & Security, BNBBC.
COMMITTEE MEMBER, Committee on Education & Human Resources.
COMMITTEE MEMBER, Committee on Trade & Industry, BNBBC.
COMMITTEE MEMBER, Committee on International Relations.
COMMITTEE MEMBER, Committee on Information & National Unity.
COMMITTEE MEMBER, Committee on Health, BNBBC.
COMMITTEE MEMBER, Petaling District Development Action Committee.
2004 – 2008  INSPECTOR, National Service Training Programme.


2005 – 2008 DEPUTY CHAIRMAN, MCA HQ Students Integration Plan Committee
SECRETARY, MCA HQ National Service Bureau
COMMITTEE MEMBER, MCA HQ International Affairs Bureau
CHAIRMAN, National Service Bureau, MCA National Youth
COMMITTEE MEMBER, MCA Selangor State Liaison Committee
CHAIRMAN, International Affairs Bureau, MCA Selangor State.
COMMITTEE MEMBER, MCA Kelana Jaya Division
2002 – 2005 SECRETARY-GENERAL, MCA National Youth
1999 – 2005  DEPUTY CHAIRMAN, MCA Jelebu Division, N. Sembilan,
1999 – 2001 VICE CHAIRMAN, MCA National Youth
CHAIRMAN, Youth & Guilds Consultative Bureau, MCA National Youth
1996 – 2005 DEPUTY CHAIRMAN, MCA Youth Negeri Sembilan State
MEMBER, MCA Langkawi Project National Committee
1993 – 2005 MEMBER, MCA Negeri Sembilan State Liaison Committee
1990 – 2005 COMMITTEE MEMBER, MCA National Publicity Bureau
1996 – 1998 DEPUTY SECRETARY-GENERAL, MCA National Youth
CHAIRMAN, Youth & Undergraduate Affairs Bureau, MCA National Youth
VICE CHAIRMAN, MCA Jelebu Division, N. Sembilan
CHAIRMAN, MCA Youth Jelebu Division, N. Sembilan
1993 – 1998 COMMITTEE MEMBER, MCA National Cadre Training Bureau
VICE CHAIRMAN, MCA Petaling Branch, Jelebu
CHAIRMAN, MCA Youth Petaling Branch, Jelebu
1993 – 1995 DEPUTY CHAIRMAN, Youth Affairs Bureau, MCA National Youth
SECRETARY, Government Affairs Bureau,  MCA National Youth
COMMITTEE MEMBER, Cadre Training Bureau, MCA National Youth
1990 – 1995 MEMBER, MCA National Youth Central Committee
COMMITTEE MEMBER,  MCA National Workers & Farmers Affairs Bureau
1990 – 1992 COMMITTEE MEMBER, Youth Affairs Bureau, MCA National Youth
COMMITTEE MEMBER, MCA National Cultural Bureau
DEPUTY CHAIRMAN, MCA Bukit Mewah Branch, Cheras, W. Persekutuan
1988 – 1989 SECRETARY, MCA Bukit Mewah Branch, Cheras, Wilayah Persekutuan
1989 – 1990 CHAIRMAN, MCA Headquarters Staff Sports Club
1989     SECRETARY, MCA Headquarters Staff Sports Club



2006 – 2008 ADVISOR, Petaling District Restaurant, Coffee Shop & Bar Proprietors  Ass.
ADVISOR, Sungai Way General Businessmen Association, Petaling Jaya.
ADVISOR, Pertubuhan Gerakan Belia Bersatu Malaysia (GBBM)
, S’gor State.
2005 – 2009 PRESIDENT, Petaling District Tenpin Bowling Association, Selangor.
CHAIRMAN, Kelana Jaya Welfare & Community Development Council.
ADVISOR, Bandar Sunway Basketball Association, Petaling Jaya.
ADVISOR,  Kelana Jaya Community Sports Club, Petaling Jaya.
2005 – 2008 HONARARY PRESIDENT, Federal Territory Chinese Chess Association.
2004 – 2008 ADVISOR, Pertubuhan Gerakan Belia Bersatu Malaysia (GBBM), Petaling Dist.
2001 – 2004 ADVISOR,  Young Buddhists Association of  Malaysia (YBAM), N. Sembilan
1998 – 2005  ADVISOR,  Pertubuhan Gerakan Belia Bersatu Malaysia (GBBM) N. Sembilan
1995 – 2009 ADVISOR,  YMM Selangor State
ADVISOR,  YMM Petaling District, Selangor
1994 – 1996 COMMITTEE MEMBER, MBM Publicity & Publication Bureau 
1993 – 1995 DEPUTY SECRETARY-GENERAL,  YMM National Committee
1991 – 1995 VICE CHAIRMAN, YMM Selangor State
MEMBER, Malaysia Youth Consultative Council
1988 – 1994 COMMITTEE MEMBER,  MBM Education Bureau
MEMBER, Selangor State Youth Consultative Council
1989 – 1993 VICE CHAIRMAN, Selangor Youth Council
CHAIRMAN, YMM Petaling District, Selangor
1989 – 1991 SECRETARY, YMM Selangor State
1988 – 1989 COUNCIL MEMBER, MBDP, Selangor
DEPUTY SECRETARY, YMM Petaling District, Selangor
CHAIRMAN, YMM Damansara Utama Branch, Selangor
1985 – 1987 COMMITTEE MEMBER, YMM Petaling Branch, Jelabu, N. Sembilan


1986/87 OFFICER, Reserved Officers Training Unit (PALAPES) UKM
PRESIDENT,  UKM Christians Fellowship
1986 Commissioned as SECOND LIEUTENANT by DYMM Seri Paduka Baginda Yang DiPertuan Agong
Elected as Member of the UKM Student Representatives Council
DEPUTY SECRETARY-GENERAL, Students Union of Social Sciences Faculty
1983/84 TREASURER, UKM English Language Society


1982 Commissioned as KING SCOUT
1981/82 PRESIDENT, Career Club, Sek. Men. King George V
TREASURER, School Scout Movement
Scout Master
1978     CHAIRMAN, Library Committee of Chinese Language Society

Star Reports : GE13: Abdul Halim to contest Seri Setia after earlier candidate withdraws

April 25, 2013


Selangor Barisan Nasional deputy election director Datuk Seri Mohd Zin Mohamed announced this change during a press conference at the Selangor Umno headquarters in Shah Alam on Friday.

“Dr Rethwan has voluntarily withdrawn his candidacy,” said Mohd Zin, declining to comment on allegations that grassroots supporters of Abdul Halim have been protesting against Dr Rethwan’s candidacy since the announcement.

For more election stories, please visit The Star’s GE13 site

Star Reports : GE13: Kelana Jaya sees three way fight between Loh Seng Kok, Wong Chen and independent

April 25, 2013



Nomination day at Dewan Serbaguna Politeknik Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah for the Kelana jaya consituency. Loh Seng Kok arriving at the nomination centre.
Nomination day at Dewan Serbaguna Politeknik Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah for the Kelana jaya consituency. Loh Seng Kok arriving at the nomination centre.

PETALING JAYA The P104 Kelana Jaya parliamentary seat will see a three-way fight between BN’s Loh Seng Kok, PKR’s Wong Chen and a surprise independent candidate Toh Sin Wah.

Toh, a 50-year-old businessman, surprised everyone when he walked into the nomination centre at 9.41am.

Toh lives in Bukit Jelutong and his motto is “One world, one dream, one community”.

There are no surprises in the N31 Subang Jaya state seat as incumbent Hannah Yoeh Tseow Tsuan will take on BN newcomer Gan Meng Foo while N32 Seri Setia incumbent Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad defends his seat against BN’s Datuk Abdul Halim Samad.

For more election stories, please visit The Star’s GE13 site

STAR Reports : GE13: Local businessman Gan set to take on DAP’s Yeoh

April 25, 2013


Gan: Knows Subang Jaya as he has been living in USJ 8 since 1990.Gan: Knows Subang Jaya as he has been living in USJ 8 since 1990.

BUSINESSMAN Gan Meng Foo, 51, will be banking on his 23 years as a Subang Jaya resident to woo voters during the GE13 campaign. The Kelana Jaya MCA secretary will be contesting for the Subang Jaya state seat against Hannah Yeoh from DAP.

“I was born in Seremban and brought up in Johor but I have been staying in USJ 8 since 1990 and I know the neighbourhood very well,” said the TAR College mechanical engineering graduate.

Gan believes problems in Subang Jaya, like cleanliness and crime, was due to a lack of civic consciousness among the people.

“Take the hawker centres for example. Sometimes, the stench from the area can be unbearable. I have been working with the hawker associations here to make them aware about the importance of keeping their area clean. They are now willing to work with me to educate others,” he said.

As for crime, Gan stressed that civic consciousness played an important role, saying he will be seeking the help of the younger generation to participate in community policing.

“Most of those involved in voluntary patrolling now are from the older generation,” said Gan.

Gan also criticised garbage collection services under Pakatan, which were sub-standard.

“Some of the contractors do not even own a truck. How can they be appointed?” he said.

Yeoh: Won the Subang Jaya state seat in 2008.Yeoh: Won the Subang Jaya state seat in 2008.

Meanwhile, Yeoh, a 34-year-old law graduate, will be defending the seat she won in 2008 with a majority of 13,851 votes against Barisan’s Ong Chong Swen.

Yeoh has been living in Subang Jaya since her kindergarten days and attended SMK Subang Utama.

The other state seat under the Kelana Jaya parliamentary seat is Seri Setia, which has been embroiled in bickering among potential candidates.

The earlier names tipped as candidates were Umno deputy division chairman Datuk Yahaya Bujang and Seri Setia state liaison officer Datuk Abdul Halim Samad but Kelana Jaya Umno committee member Datuk Tengku Rethwan Tengku Mansor surprised many when he was announced as the candidate earlier this week.

Tengku Rethwan is the brother of incumbent Putrajaya MP Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor

Supporters of Abdul Halim protested at several places throughout the week, saying that they want a candidate who has been on the ground during the last few years.

State deputy election director Datuk Seri Mohd Zin Mohamed confirmed yesterday evening the change in candidate and that Tengku Rethwan has voluntarily withdrawn his candidacy.

Abdul Halim will now be taking on incumbent Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad of PKR, who defeated Umno’s Datin Paduka Seripah Noli Syed Hussin in 2008 with a 2,863-vote majority.

Just 26 then, Nik Nazmi was the youngest assemblyman in 2008 and the past five years have been a big learning experience for him.

Among some of the most challenging tasks that he took on during his tenure included the fight to retain the PKNS field in Kelana Jaya and to improve the living conditions in areas like Desa Mentari.

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