Barisan Nasional – vote smart.. Vote for peace and stability

May 1, 2013

From Wadah Kelana Jaya..

Dalam masa 5 tahun, Malaysia telah mengorak langkah jauh ke hadapan. Kepimpinan DS Najib telah berjaya meletakkan Malaysia sebagai diantara negara paling maju di Asia. Disamping kemajuan ini, nasib rakyat tetap terus terbela dengan pelbagai bantuan & subsidi diberikan. Sesuai dengan perumpamaan ‘langkah seiringan’, DS Najib amat mementingkan kebajikan rakyat & halatuju negara Malaysia.

Disebalik usaha murni DS Najib, ada segelintir manusia tersemat kebencian pada beliau. Mereka menghasut, memfitnah, mereka-reka cerita, membohongi rakyat semata-mata untuk menimbulkan rasa benci rakyat pada DS Najib. Ini adalah musuh negara..

Hari mengundi kini semakin hampir tiba, kita rakyat Malaysia perlu menilai segala jasa yang telah dilakukan oleh DS Najib. Dalam pelan transformasi DS Najib sudah ada pelan-pelan tindakan bagi memajukan lagi nasib rakyat Malaysia. Masakan ianya menjadi realiti jika kita silap memangkah di hari mengundi kelak. DS Najib perlukan mandat kita semua dan kita juga perlukan pemimpin seperti DS Najib.

Tiada kerajaan dalam dunia ini yang sempurna akan tetapi sistem kerajaan di Malaysia ini adalah yang dianggap terbaik di dunia..fikirkan masa depan keluarga kita, fikirkan masa depan anak bangsa kita..Malaysia sudah aman & makmur, buat apa hendak diubah?

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BN – 13th General Election

May 1, 2013

 

 

BN – Menepati Janji, Membawa Harapan Source : https://www.facebook.com/PRUke13


Happy Labor Day – Loh Seng Kok (P.104 Kelana Jaya)

May 1, 2013

Come Join Loh Seng Kok Today :

1) 9.00am-Hari Potensi Sukanika Tabika Kemas di Padang SS 5D/2, Kelana Jaya

2) 12.30pm-Majlis Mesra Rakyat di Blok G, Taman Desaria, Fasa 5B, Jalan PJS 5/15

3) 3.00pm-Majlis Kebajikan Rakyat di Bangunan SECITA, SS5D/6

4) 4.00pm-Sesi Perjumpaan dan Ramah Mesra dengan Penduduk di Padang Jalan USJ 9/3G

5) 6.30pm-Majlis Makan Malam Komuniti Chinese bersama Presiden MCA di Imperial China Restaurant, 3rd Flr, Jaya Square, Jalan SS17/2, Subang Jaya

6) 7.30pm-Malam Kebudayaan India bersama Timbalan Perdana Menteri di Padang Permainan Desa Mentari Jalan PJS 6/5A


Attempts to Sabotage the BN Campaigns in Dun Seri Setia

May 1, 2013

Around 2pm this evening, a few BN Security personnels found a couple of plastic bags containing Motolov Cocktail around the Barisan Nasional Command Centre for Dun Seri Setia. A few police reports have been launched by BN and the local residents to identify the person who did all this attempts. Lets hope that this person is caught soon.

Reported by : Wadah Kelana Jaya

 

sabotage investigation by the police.


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.


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