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Information on 1Malaysia Clinic at USJ1
Answers to some enquiries from the people.. hope this information helps :
1) 1Malaysia Clinic, USJ 1, Operational Hours are as follow:
Mon-Fri : 10am-5pm except on Public Holidays.
Closes on Lunch breaks : 1-2pm (Mon-Thu), 12.13pm-2.45pm (Fri).
2. Treatments available at the clinic for now are for general sickness such as Cough, Fever, Headache. No Dental Treatments are available for now.
1) Newborns mandatory vaccination is not available.
2) Contact Number for the Clinic is currently WIP.
Source : aakj
The article “Insufficient Funds for Roads Upgrades”, Selangor Times; Nov4-6; Page 11, as per in the below image states that the balance from the yearly allocation for Majlis Perbandaran Subang Jaya (MPSJ) that was allocated for the road upgrades will be used for road resurfacing in USJ 9.
Referring to Selangor Times, Subang Jaya ADUN, Hannah Yeoh said that curiosity (referring to the insufficient budget) arises due to the sudden high demands from the residents for the roads to be maintained, fixed (ie resurfacing of the roads etc).
Hannah claims that the RM5 Million provided to all zones within MPSJ allocated for roadworks for the year 2011 was insufficient.
“The other roads will be identified and resurfaced next year when the new budget is in,” she said.
In actual fact, the budget for the state of Selangor as a whole is humongous, given the fact that Selangor is the richest country in Malaysia. The Selangor Budget for year 2012 only is RM1.6 BILLION!
From the RM16 Billion, RM323 Million ++ is allocated for Salary. (Kindly refer to the details from the Selangor Budget Presentation by MB Khalid Ibrahim recently).
Apart from the above, a total of RM300 Million will be allocated for the “Selangorku” campaign and among those who are expected to receive a portion of the funding is Hannah Yeoh!
Questions arises from the PEOPLE :
1) The budget for Selangorku Campaigned is spent on what?
2) One of the project is for the printing and distribution of calendar “Selangorku Kekal Hijau”.
Did Elizabeth Wong received any payment or royalty fee for becoming the ambassador to promote the Green Selangor(?)
What about the Penang state which was claimed as the most “Green and Clean” State by the Chief Minister of Penang.
We also know the below :
1) Mat Sabu who was so called injured during the Bersih 2.0 rally, his medical treatment fee was paid by the Perbadanan Bekalan Air (PBA) Pulau Pinang, chaired by Lim Guan Eng.
2) Elizabeth Wong received RM17,722.08 a month from he salary as well as her allowance as an Assemblyman and the State Exco.
(Source : Bukit Lanjan State Assets Declaration 2009)
3) Allowance for each Selangor State Assemblyman is RM6000 starting January 2011 as compared to previous RM4,112.
In the same month MB Khalid had also given RM1 Million allocation for each of the Selangor State ADUN.
AND STILL HANNAH YEOH COMPLAINS ABOUT NOT HAVING ENOUGH FUNDS FOR THE PEOPLE?
On the other hand, we can also see that Hannah can afford to employ a number of personal assistants :
Rajiv Rishyakaran (always seen online leaving comments to protect his boss)
and not to forget her political secretary Edward Ling.
The above “Dream Team” is for ONE ADUN, and that is excluding the employees of a member of parliament.
(Dream team is the given name to the team above in Hannah’s web, taken for the DAP Office Pic Subang Jaya).
Looks like whatever that was given to the Pakatan’s ADUN in Selangor is still not enough. Wonder if the fair allocation is given to BN ADUN’s by the MB Selangor?
Datuk Dr. Hassan Ali, also the Exco for the Government of Selangor made a statement in the news recently about Anwar’s planned campaign “Free Anwar 901”. The demonstration is scheduled to be held on the 9th of January 2012, the date of which Anwar’s verdit will be announced. Let us follow through the comments made :
//Special thanks to AAKJ and Papagomo
By Tun Mahathir
1. The accusation that I wrote to the World Bank asking for loans is baseless. But Malaysia had been borrowing project loans from the World Bank since 1958.
2. The last negotiations for the loans were made in 1997. These were for projects in:
a) Education sector USD 244 million
b) Social sector USD 60million
c) Technical sector USD100million
3. The currency crisis also began in 1997. Naturally the loans were not approved until 1999 when the crisis was over. The usual sequence is for application for a loan to be made, followed by negotiations. Approval would be given by the bank later.
4. The World Bank wanted Malaysia to request for loans to tide over the crisis like the other countries affected by currency trading. The loans would be conditional upon Malaysia following IMF advice on economic management. It is well-known that Malaysia refused to seek IMF or World Bank help because the so-called help would worsen the financial situation. Instead, in 1998 Malaysia imposed currency control which helped it to recover.
5. In June 1998 (before currency control and while Anwar was still Minister of Finance) a loan for USD 300 million was signed with the World Bank for;
a) Fund for Food Programme
b) Higher Education Loan Fund
c) Microcredit Programme
6. By 31st March 1999 a loan of USD 100 million was signed for Technical Assistance and for overcoming Y2K problems. However, this loan was stopped after drawing down USD 11.94 million.
7. Of the USD 244 million Education Project which was approved in March 1999, payment was ordered to be stopped after USD 216.7 million was drawn down.
8. Of the Social Sector loan of USD 60 million, approved in March 1999, only USD 600,000 was drawn down before it was stopped.
9. As the whole world knows Anwar was reported in the press and foreign magazines for implementing the IMF policy without the IMF loans. He raised interest rates, reduced the period for declaring loans non-performing from 6 months to 3 months, reduced budget allocation to ministries so as to achieve a budget surplus etc.
10. Although he did not oppose currency controls, his appointees as Governor and Deputy Governor of Bank Negara refused to implement the policy and resigned. Tan Sri Zeti was then appointed as Governor of Bank Negara Malaysia.
11. As stated above, Malaysia stopped the draw down on loans negotiated with the World Bank in 1997 and June 1998. This did not stop Malaysia from recovering from the crisis.
12. At no time did I write a letter or verbally request for loans from the World Bank. If Anwar can show evidence that I did, he should. Failing that he should swear on the Quran in a mosque that he knows what he says is true. I am prepared to swear that I never asked for loans from the World Bank.
//taken from PISAU.NET