Sunday, 16 June 2013

OPPOSITION REMOVED LAPTOP RECIPIENTS






By : BOBBY YEE

KOTA KINABALU: Matunggong Assemblyman Jelani Hamdan has promised to investigate claims that many recipients of the 1Malaysia laptop in his constituency have had their names removed from the list, for allegedly supporting the opposition in the last general election.

Their names have apparently been replaced.

Jelani said he will be conducting a thorough investigation by checking the original list that contained the names of recipients claiming they have been removed.

Apparently, the same was done to senior citizens and single mothers who were suspected of supporting the opposition in the polls.

He said if the claims were true, it would be deemed a form of mistreatment and gross injustice to these groups of people.

Jelani said that they deserved aid from the government irrespective of whether they are supporters of the opposition or Barisan Nasional (BN).

He reminded BN leaders and their operatives not to be overzealous in meting out “punishment” to those who were only exercising their rights as registered voters.

The people, he said, have the right to receive aid from the government irrespective of their political affiliation.

“If the claims are true, I will highlight this during the State Legislative Assembly sitting,” he said.

He claimed to have proof of senior citizens whose names no longer appeared in the list of aid recipients.

Jelani said there were also claims that some recipients of the longhouse in Matunggong had been replaced.

“We also know that there are leaders who grabbed land that have been earmarked for poor people in the constituency,” he said.

On this, he said the people ought to be given priority like what the BN had been advocating, People First, Performance Now.

Stressing that he was not confrontational by nature, he will however execute his duty and responsibility as an elected representative as entrusted to him by the people.

59 comments:

  1. isu ini masih diperingkat khabar angin.. malah Jelani sendiri masih belum jalankan siasatan.. kenapa terus hebahkan dimedia??

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    1. Jika ini benar, mungkin ini satu tindakan yang memang tidak berpatutan.

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  2. sebelum membawa perkara ini ke media, Jelani sepatutnya sahkan dulu bahawa perkara itu benar2 berlaku.. tindakan cuba "mengiyakan" khabar angin ini membuktikan pemimpin2 pembangkang sangat terdesak mendapatkan publisiti murahan..

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    1. Adakan ini isu rekaan atau benar, semua ini memerlukan siasatan terperinci.

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  3. bagaimana jina perkara ini tidak berlaku? tidakkah jelani rasa bersalah menyebarkan fitnah ini di media?? tidak jelani rasa bersalah memburuk2an pihak lain semata2 mahu mempopularkan dirinya??

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    1. Fitnah atau tidak, serahkan kepada pihak berkuasa menjalankan siasatan.

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  4. kerajaan BN sejak dari dulu menyalurkan bantuan tanpa mengira fahaman politik.. semua rakyat menikmati sumbangan bantuan dari kerajaan BN.. jika benar perkara ini berlaku, sepatutnya ianya berlaku lebih awal, bukannya selepas PRU13..

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  5. "they deserved aid from the government irrespective of whether they are supporters of the opposition or Barisan Nasional (BN)."

    what is the relation between voting and gaining help i wonder. voting is our right and to give out help is the leader responsibility, no matter who they are.

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  6. this is ridiculous. as far as i know the state gov is giving their everything to accomplished their 'akujanji' in ge13

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    1. Mungkin ada salah faham diantaranya.

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  7. Wow..sejak bila pula ada isu begini di Matunggung ni. Padahal ok saja sebelum ni, jangan mempergunakan isu begini untuk membangkitkan kebencian terhadap kerajaan. jangan suka menyebarkan isu tanpa bukti.

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  8. The Barisan Nasional government cares for the total needs of the people, not just physical infrastructure but also mental and financial needs, said Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Datuk Seri Panglima Dr Maximus Ongkili.

    The Kota Marudu MP said that the distribution of the Bantuan Rakyat 1Malaysia (BR1M) and 1Malaysia netbooks were clear proof of this development strategy.

    Only the BN government could conceive and implement such creative assistance programme for the people. Unlike the Opposition, who are only good in talking and misleading the people,” he said when distributing iDola netbooks to the public in Kota Marudu district and Matunggong sub-district yesterday.

    He distributed 941 netbooks including to 352 university students and the rest to NGOs, village heads, village committees, religious bodies and parent-teacher associations in the Kota Marudu district.

    For Matunggong, he distributed 1,010 netbooks to the same target groups. This puts the total number of netbooks already distributed under the Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission (MCMC)'s 1Malaysia Netbook Distribution Programme in Kota Marudu parliamentary constituency to more than 4,500 units.

    Dr Maximus also said Kota Marudu had been fortunate to have among the highest number of recipients of the netbooks in the state, as part of the national broadband initiative aimed at increasing internet access for target groups, students and the poor.

    The effort had also proved fruitful as the MCMC had found that the district now had the highest broadband penetration for rural districts in Sabah, with a 30% increase, since the distribution of the netbooks began in October last year, he added.

    Dr Maximus also told the people that as the units were limited, they had to fulfil set requirements to receive the aid.

    As 15,000 families in Kota Marudu would fulfil the requirement of having household income of RM3,000 and below, we have to be selective in giving out the netbooks.

    As such we target NGOs, students and families with university-going children and cannot give it to every individual. For example, one unit of netbook is given to a family with a child or children studying in university, he added.

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  9. GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL AID FOR ALL COMMUNITIES

    THE Chinese and Indian communities in the country must believe that they are eligible for Government financial aid, otherwise they will not benefit from it, said a non-governmental organisation.

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    1. Bantuan harus diberi tidak kira bangsa atau agama.

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  10. GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL AID FOR ALL COMMUNITIES

    Perak Young Malaysians Movement (YMM) president Khoo Chang Yau Seong said misconceptions must be dispelled if both communities were to benefit from the financial assistance.

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  11. GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL AID FOR ALL COMMUNITIES

    “Various forms of financial assistance are available for eligible citizens, but many Chinese and Indians are sceptical about this.

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  12. GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL AID FOR ALL COMMUNITIES

    “Such mindset must change. They should know that everyone has an equal chance in getting funds or assistance,” Khoo Chang said during the YMM Kampar district fundraising dinner in Kampar recently.

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  13. GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL AID FOR ALL COMMUNITIES

    He added that YMM organised talks and activities to introduce youths of all races to the various government-sponsored programmes available in the country.

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  14. GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL AID FOR ALL COMMUNITIES

    Among those that Khoo Chang highlighted during the dinner was the Yayasan Bina Upaya (YBU).

    The state government initiative, he said, provided interest-free loans of between RM1,000 and RM20,000 to deserving applicants.

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  15. GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL AID FOR ALL COMMUNITIES

    “The loans are to be used as capital for those wishing to start up business ventures,” he said, adding that there was no age limit for applicants.

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  16. GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL AID FOR ALL COMMUNITIES

    Agreeing with Khoo Chang, Kampar MP Datuk Lee Chee Leong, who was present, said the Government understood that youths were the future leaders and a great asset to Malaysia’s development.

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  17. This shouldn't have happened in the first place.

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  18. Look like the opposition is not able to help either.

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  19. Pemilihan kali ini adalah yang cukup getir bagi UMNO ketika parti-parti yang berasaskan kaum seperti MCA, Gerakan dan MIC bukan sahaja ditolak oleh kaum Cina dan India. Walaupun masih muncul sebagai parti yang menang paling banyak kerusi pada Pilihan Raya Umum Ke-13 lalu, banyak pihak melihat kemenangan UMNO ini bukan disebabkan oleh meningkatnya sokongan orang Melayu tetapi disebabkan oleh orang Melayu sebenarnya tidak mempunyai pilihan dan masih berbelah bagi dan sangsi untuk menyokong pembangkang.

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  20. Memandangkan UMNO masih bergelut dengan masalah untuk mengembalikan kepercayaan orang-orang Melayu, maka pemilihan kali ini perlu memperlihatkan kepada umum khususnya orang-orang Melayu bahawa sejauh mana UMNO mampu untuk mengubah semua tanggapan buruk terhadap parti itu selama ini. Paling penting adalah untuk memastikan barisan kepimpinan yang dipilih nanti benar-benar mencerminkan kehendak dan suara hati akar umbi.

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  21. Ini lah cabaran terbesar bagi UMNO dan sejauh mana pemilihan kali ini benar-benar membariskan keimpinan yang benar-benar menepati citarasa dan aspirasi bukan sahaja di kalangan penyokong dan ahli UMNO tetapi juga orang Melayu yang berada di luar UMNO yang mahu melihat berlakunya perubahan dalam parti itu. UMNO bukan sahaja perlu menjalani perubahan malah dalam masa yang sama juga perlu memantapkan kepimpinan untuk menyusun semula perjalanan parti di semua peringkat.

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  22. Melihat kepada keperluan memantapkan semula UMNO, banyak pihak juga menganggap adalah tidak wajar jawatan presiden dan timbalan presdien dipertandingkan kerana kepimpinan yang ada pada masa ini amat diperlukan selain tidak ada tokoh-tokoh yang benar-benar layak untuk menggantikan kepimpinan sedia ada. Apa pun pandangan yang disuarakan oleh pemimpin dan ahli UMNO berhubung perkara ini, ia perlu dibuat daripada sudut pertimbangan kepentingan parti dengan meletakkan kepentingan untuk memantapkan dan menjenamakan semula UMNO sebagai satu keperluan yang tidak boleh dikompromi.

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  23. Pada pemilihan kali ini akan menyaksikan buat pertama kalinya 146,500 perwakilan di 191 Bahagian akan memilih secara terus barisan kepimpinan. Sebelum ini hanya 2,500 perwakilan sahaja layak berbuat demikian. Perubahan ini dibuat berikutan pindaan perlembagaan parti pada Oktober 2009 di mana selaras dengan pindaan itu, kuota bagi jawatan tertinggi Umno iaitu Anggota Majlis Tertinggi sehinggalah presiden dihapuskan, sekaligus membuka ruang seluas-luasnya kepada mana-mana anggota bertanding dengan syarat minimum iaitu pernah memegang jawatan Anggota Majlis Tertinggi atau Anggota Jawatankuasa (AJK) bahagian selama satu penggal.

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  24. Walaupun perubahan ini akan memberi ruang kepada lebih ramai perwakilan untuk menentukan barsan kepimpinan tertinggi parti, namun apakah UMNO dapat memastikan pemilihan itu benar-benar mewakili suara 3.2 juta ahli tanpa dicemari dengan unsur-unsur tidak sihat dengan meletakkan kepentingan peribadi melebihi kepentingan parti. Dalam soal ini pihak Lembaga Disiplin UMNO perlu bertindak untuk memastikan pemilihan kali ini benar-benar bersih dan benar-benar mencerminkan kehendak majoriti ahli peringkat akar umbi untuk melihat berlakunya perubahan dalam UMNO dan tindakan tegas perlu dikenakan kepada mana-mana calon bertanding yang bertindak menyalahi etika dan peraturan yang ditetapkan.

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  25. Parwakilan seharusnya memanfaatkan ruang demokrasi yang dibuka oleh UMNO ini untuk memilih pemimpin yang benar-benar layak dan diterima diperingkat akar umbi. Jika ruang dan kesempatan ini tidak digunakan dengan sewajarnya, impaknya amat besar kepada UMNO. Tidak ada gunanya jika UMNO meminda perlembagaan semata-mata untuk menambah baik kualiti kepimpinan parti jika perwakilan tidak menggunakan hak mereka untuk memilih dengan sewajarnya.

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  26. Seperkara lagi, untuk memastikan UMNO kekal relevan dan diyakini oleh orang Melayu sebagai parti yang memayungi mereka, ruang perlu diberi kepada golongan muda untuk sama-sama menerajui kepimpinan parti. ini lah kesempatan terbaik bagi muka-muka baharu untuk menonjolkan diri. Ia juga penting bukan sahaja sebagai satu persiapan untuk mengasah bakat kepimpinan golongan muda tetapi juga untuk mewujudkan barisan kepimpinan pelapis bagi menerajui parti di masa depan. Malah dengan adanya barisan kepimpinan muuda dalam UMNO, ia boleh dijadikan sebagai satu tarikan untuk mendekatkan golongan muda Melayu kepada UMNO.

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  27. Apa pun UMNO perlu menjadikan pemilihan kali ini sebagai satu petunjuk jelas kepada orang Melayu bahawa parti itu sememangnya bersedia dan benar-benar ingin berubah. Selama ini orang Melayu menjauhkan diri dari UMNO bukan disebabkan mereka membenci UMNO atau mengetepikan segala jasa yang telah dibawa oleh UMNO kepada orang Melayu tetapi mereka menjauhkan diri kerana UMNO yang mereka lihat pada hari ini sudah berubah – tidak sama dengan UMNO dahulu yang berjuang dan meletakkan kepentingan parti sebagai keutamaan berbanding sekarang yang meletakkan kepentingan individu melebihi segala-galanya.

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  28. Adalah wajar bagi DAP untuk melihat dan menilai sejauh mana parti itu benar-benar melambangkan parti yang didokong oleh masyarakat berbilang bangsa sebelum mempersoalkan dan menyalahkan pihak-pihak lain terutamanya UMNO, MCA dan MIC yang didakwa telah memecahbelahkan Malaysia mengikut kaum

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  29. This is definitely need further action.

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  30. This incident tell us that the opposition cannot be trusted.

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  31. A report should be lodged.

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  32. Opposition supporters also have right to aid schemes

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  33. All forms of aid given by the government to the people are not bribery or political 'candy' to win the people's support for the Barisan Nasional (BN).

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  34. The various aid such as the 1Malaysia People's Aid (BR1M) and schooling aid channelled by the BN government had no hidden agenda because they were all for the people regardless of their race, religion or political leaning.

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  35. In the granting of the BR1M for instance, the majority of the rakyat received it. They (recipients) were not only from the BN, there were recipients from PAS, PKR (Parti Keadilan Rakyat) who received them. This aid is for all the rakyat regardless of race and political leanings.

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  36. BN have never placed any condition that every BR1M recipient must be BN members. Please prove in any of the forms that they had specified that the recipients must be BN members.

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  37. Opposition should step down.

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  38. The prime minister said the slander and lies spread by the opposition on the recent 13th general election (GE13) process, for instance, had created a wrong perception of the government to the extent that some students also believed the slander and lies.

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  39. Until today, there is no proof of the opposition’s claim that we (Barisan Nasional) had brought in 40,000 Bangladeshis (to vote for BN). This was slander and a very big lie in the general election this time

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  40. He urged the Malaysian students to think rationally whether it was possible for BN to bring in 40,000 Bangladeshis to vote for the ruling coalition as claimed, because it would require 100 jumbo planes to fly them to Malaysia and 1,000 buses to bring them to the polling stations.

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  41. the opposition’s claim was absurd as it would also be difficult for BN to hide Bangladesh nationals in Malaysia as their appearance was different from most Malaysians’

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  42. And they keep on bluffing.

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  43. They are exaggerating now.

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  44. While conceding that Pakatan Rakyat had won the popular vote, Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government Minister Abdul Rahman Dahlan said BN had another card up its sleeve: Fate.

    “Perhaps (PKR de facto leader) Anwar Ibrahim has forgotten that, although Pakatan has won the popular vote, statistically speaking, but BN has the support of ‘takdir’ (fate) that helped it won the recent 13th general election.

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  45. “In short, fate and God’s will determine everything,” he wrote in a commentary. He argued that the ‘Black 505′ rallies and calls for the Election Commission (EC) commissioners to resign are Anwar’s ‘smokescreens’ to distract public attention away from his failed bid to capture Sabah.

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  46. His misreading of the political climate in the state had led to Pakatan failing to win key seats in the state that would have helped the coalition in forming the federal government, he said.

    “For example, PKR Sabah leaders could not comprehend the advantages of bringing Lajim Ukin and Wilfred Bumburing into PKR Sabah, and allow them to influence the party’s list of candidates in the state.

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  47. “This is because PKR Sabah already has their own list of candidates who have worked for the party since it was formed 15 years ago. They were set aside just like that,” the Kota Belud MP said.

    Lajim and Wilfred were Umno Sabah and United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation (Upko) leaders respectively until defecting to PKR last year.

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  48. Abdul Rahman added Anwar’s overconfidence in taking Sabah had led him to focus in campaigning in Peninsula Malaysia and neglect Sabah.

    He said Anwar should now leave the issue behind and start the process of nation building.

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  49. “As minister, I have personally invited Anwar to name a Pakatan leader to meet and discuss current affairs related to my ministry. To date, there is no response to my invitation.

    “I think the rakyat are entitled to ask why,” he said.

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  50. pemberian laptop 1Malaysia kenalah adil

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  51. Kerajaan tidak pernah mengetepikan keperluan rakyat walaupun mereka berada di kawasan yang diwakili pembangkang.

    Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri Lumadan, Datuk Kamarlin Haji Ombi berkata, ini terbukti menerusi pemberian pelbagai bantuan kepada rakyat tanpa mengira fahaman politik.

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  52. Ia juga secara tidak langsung mencerminkan keperibadian kepimpinan negara yang sentiasa menitikberatkan kebajikan rakyat dalam apa juga keadaan.

    Beliau berucap merasmikan Majlis Penyerahan Bantuan Rakyat 1Malaysia (BR1M) 2.0 kepada lebih empat ribu individu bujang dalam kawasan Dewan Undangan Negeri Klias dan Lumadan di Dewan Pa Musa, Beaufort.

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  53. Pembangunan di negeri ini akan dilaksana secara menyeluruh dan berterusan meskipun di kawasan yang dimenangi parti pembangkang.

    Menteri Kerajaan Tempatan dan Perumahan negeri, Datuk Hajiji Noor berkata, kerajaan negeri tidak pernah mengabaikan pembangunan di kawasan dimenangi pembangkang seperti didakwa beberapa pihak.

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