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Rampas tanah jika operasi sampah haram tidak dihenti

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GOMBAK, 1 SEP: Kerajaan Negeri akan merampas tanah yang digunakan pihak tertentu bagi menjalankan aktiviti pembuangan sampah haram di Kampung Sungai Pusu, di sini, selepas tempoh prosiding berakhir, 5 September ini.

Dato’ Menteri Besar, Mohamed Azmin Ali, berkata tindakan bakal diambil Pihak Berkuasa Tempatan (PBT) jika operasi itu tidak dihentikan dan kawasan enggan dibersihkan daripada aktiviti berkenaan.

“Proses merampas sudah bermula dengan Majlis Perbandaran Selayang (MPS) mengeluarkan Notis 7(B) dan mereka diberi tempoh 21 hari untuk menjalani prosiding terbabit.

“Jika mereka tidak memulih dan membersihkan kawasan tanah ini sehingga tempoh itu, maka pihak berkuasa akan merampasnya,” katanya kepada media selepas operasi terjah khas, di sini, hari ini.

Mohamed Azmin berkata, ia adalah usaha bagi menjamin Selangor menjadi negeri bersih iaitu aduan diterima berkenaan sampah domestik, pukal, kebun dan industri terlalu besar.

Katanya, program terjah dijalankan di beberapa kawasan PBT hari ini bermula di Subang hingga Selayang mendapati terdapat masalah perlu diselesaikan segera.

“Peruntukan undang-undang sahaja tidak mencukupi kerana apa yang ada masih longgar dan tidak dapat memastikan perkara ini ditangani dengan baik.

“Saya berharap PBT dan pejabat daerah dapat memainkan peranan bersama Adun supaya menggunakan ketegasan mengikut undang-undang kecil yang ada serta penguatkuasaan untuk memastikan perkara ini tidak berulang,” katanya.

Beliau berkata, program terjah akan terus dijalankan bagi menangani masalah seperti itu dan pendekatan terbabit dilihat mampu mengurangkannya dari semasa ke semasa.

“Bagi pembuangan sampah domestik di kawasan dibenarkan, kita ada di Bukit Tagar, Jeram dan beberapa lokasi ditetapkan.

“Kita juga sedang mengenalpasti tapak pembuangan sampah industri di setiap PBT supaya tiada pergerakan terlalu jauh membabitkan kontraktor.

“Langkah ini sedang dan akan terus diambil. Apa yang pasti kita perlukan kerjasama daripada kontraktor,” katanya.

Dalam operasi hari ini, dua buah lori dipercayai membawa sampah haram dirampas dan beberapa kawasan bermasalah dikenalpasti untuk tindakan susulan.

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Sumber: Selangorkini

418 unit Rumah Selangorku Kampung Seri Temenggung menjelang 2019

Oleh: NAEEM RAFFI

GOMBAK, 14 OGOS: Kerajaan Negeri menerusi Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Selangor (PKNS) hari ini melancarkan Rumah Mampu Milik (Rumah Selangorku) Idaman PKNS Kampung Seri Temenggung yang bakal berada di pasaran pada suku kedua 2019.

Dato’ Menteri Besar, Mohamed Azmin Ali, berkata projek Rumah Selangorku terbaru itu adalah komitmen berterusan Kerajaan Negeri bagi memenehuni permintaan tinggi rakyat.

“Berdasarkan keadaan nilai ringgit merosot dengan suasana ekonomi gawat hari ini, maka permintaan Rumah Selangorku bukan sahaja mendesak kepada mereka berpendapatan rendah tetapi juga meningkat dalam kalangan mereka berpendapatan sederhana.

“Sekali lagi, Kerajaan Negeri menyambut cabaran ini untuk membina lebih banyak Rumah Selangorku dan sudah tentu peranan PKNS amat besar selaras dengan matlamat asal penubuhannya menjana pertumbuhan baru serta mengagihkan kekayaan negeri kepada rakyat,” katanya.

Beliau berkata demikian ketika berucap pada majlis pelancaran berkenaan di Dewan Beringin, Taman Sri Gombak, di sini.

Hadir sama, Exco Perumahan, Pengurusan Bangunan dan Kehidupan Bandar, Datuk Iskandar Abdul Samad; Pengurus Besar PKNS, Azlan Md Alifiah dan Pengarah Eksekutif LPHS, Norzaton Aini Mohd Kassim.

Projek terbaru PKNS itu membabitkan Pangsapuri 12 tingkat dengan 418 unit yang bakal dijual bermula pada harga Rm165,000 seunit mengikut keluasan tapak.

Sementara 29 unit diperuntukkan khas kepada 29 peneroka asal Kampung Seri Temenggung pada harga RM65,000 seunit dan 10 unit lagi dikhaskan kepada Orang Kelainan Upaya (OKU).

Setiap unit bakal menampilkan reka bentuk moden dengan keluasan lantai 850 kaki persegi (kps) serta dilengkapi tiga bilik tidur dan dua bilik air.

“Kalau teliti harga pasaran, rumah seumpama ini bernilai lebih RM300,000 seunit. Maka, mereka yang memiliki Rumah Selangorku ditetapkan untuk tidak menjual hartanah itu sekurang-kurangnya dalam tempoh 10 tahun kerana kita tidak mahu sebarang spekulasi hartanah sehingga menyebabkan harga tidak dapat dikawal,” katanya.

Sebelum ini, PKNS melancarkan 1,977 unit rumah mampu milik di lima kawasan berbeza seperti di Bukit Botak, Seksyen 3, Bandar Baru Bangi, Antara Gapi, Seksyen U12 di Shah Alam serta Seksyen 5, Kota Puteri.

Daripada jumlah itu, 1,546 unit siap diduduki, manakala lagi masih dalam proses pembinaan.

Sumber: Selangorkini

Change leadership to save Malaysia from disaster, says Selangor MB

Only a major change in the country’s leadership can stop the ringgit’s slide and prevent Malaysia from political and economic disaster, Selangor Menteri Besar Mohamed Azmin Ali said today.

The PKR deputy president also said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak was “fooling” the public by blaming the ringgit’s loss in value to the US dollar on “political play”, instead of taking responsibility.

“The prime minister’s statement yesterday that ‘the existence of political play and intense speculation has resulted in an uncertain sentiment towards the administration’ is clearly aimed at pointing the blame on our ringgit fiasco on others but himself.

“Nothing short of major changes in leadership and the political equation can halt the slide as well as save us from the brink of national disaster,” Azmin said in a statement today.

The ringgit hit a low of 4.0725 to the US dollar this morning after crude oil prices fell below US$42 (RM171) a barrel, The Edge Markets had reported.

But it has also been Asia’s worst-performing currency, hitting a 17-year low of 4.1180 last Friday, made worse by ongoing political turmoil over investigations into state government firm 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) that investors say is affecting confidence.

Azmin today said people were not fooled by Najib’s “grandstanding” and public relations “sound bites”.

The ringgit is likely to remain weak so long as political uncertainties continue.

“The prime minister must therefore stop this charade of pretending that it is business as usual and that he can continue to lead the nation out of the mess by merely dismissing his deputy and appointing new ministers to shore up support for him,” he said, referring to Najib’s recent move to reshuffle his Cabinet by dropping those critical of his handling of 1MDB.

Najib is also finance minister and chairman of 1MDB’s advisory board.

Azmin said Najib has failed to come clean on 1MDB’s financial scandals involving debts of RM42 billion, and especially the RM2.6 billion in his accounts from a political donor, and their impact on the nation.

He said there were indeed external factors causing the ringgit’s fall, such as drop in oil prices, a likely increase in US interest rates, and China’s depreciation of its yuan.

“But these factors are affecting other currencies in the region as well. The question is why is our ringgit the hardest hit among all the major regional currencies?” Azmin said.

He added that recent moves such as the disbanding of Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC) as a result of the Cabinet reshuffle, and the apparent obstruction of anti-graft investigators probing into a 1MDB-linked company, had also given the appearance of collusion and conspiracy in the government, which worsened negative perceptions on the country’s leadership. – August 14, 2015.

Source: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/change-leadership-to-save-malaysia-from-disaster-says-selangor-mb#sthash.ob0Fyj9v.dpuf

Ringgit fall others’ fault but never PM’s: Azmin

Selangor Menteri Besar Azmin Ali has slammed Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak for blaming others but not himself for the ringgit’s plunge in value against the US dollar.

Commenting on Najib’s statement yesterday that ‘… the existence of political play and intense speculation has resulted in an uncertain sentiment towards the administration’ Azmin said this was clearly aimed at pointing the blame on the ringgit fiasco on others but not on the premier.

“The prime minister must stop pulling wool over the people’s eyes concerning the causes for the ringgit’s plunge which has made it Asia’s worst-performing currency this year,” the Selangor menteri besar said in a statement today.

Azmin, who is also PKR deputy president, pointed out Najib had failed to mention that the ‘uncertain sentiment’ was very much linked to the financial scandal, in relation to the RM2.6 billion purportedly transferred into the prime minister’s personal accounts.

Apart from this, the appearance of ‘collusion and conspiracy’ at high places to interfere with the independent investigations of the task force, the disbanding of the PAC and the obstruction of the MACC in its investigations are the major factors compounding the negative perceptions on the country’s leadership, said Azmin.

Admitting that adverse external circumstances are partly responsible such as the decline in commodity prices including oil, the anticipated increase in the US interest rates, and the ongoing depreciation of the Chinese yuan, Azmin however pointed out that these factors were affecting other currencies in the region as well.

“The question is why is our ringgit the hardest hit among all the major regional currencies?

“The prime minister must therefore stop this charade of pretending that it is business as usual and that he can continue to lead the nation out of this mess by merely dismissing his deputy and appointing new ministers to shore up support for him.

‘Don’t interfere in Bank Negara’

“No one is fooled by his grandstanding and press relations soundbites. The ringgit is likely to remain weak so long as political uncertainties continue.

“The perception is that nothing short of major changes in leadership and the political equation can halt the slide as well as save us from the brink of national disaster,” said Azmin

Despite Najib’s assurance last night that efforts would be made to address the country’s sliding currency, the ringgit today has seen a sharp plunge.

As of 11.10am, the ringgit stood at RM4.1223 to a US dollar, a decline of 2.3 percent from the opening index.

This is down from a high of RM3.1415 to a US dollar in the last year.

On Bank Negara governor Zeti Akhtar Aziz’s (photo) ’emergence’ from her ‘sudden disappearance’, Azmin told the government to stop interfering with her duties.

“Regardless of the supposed approval given by the governor to question her officers, we condemn the unwarranted exercise of such powers which under the circumstances was tantamount to interfering in the then ongoing Bank Negara investigation,” he said.

Zeti yesterday confirmed that seven Bank Negara officers had been probed by the police so far for purportedly leaking information from its investigations on the 1MDB issue.

This followed police investigation and raids against seven MACC officers over the same issue. The investigation has since been suspended.

Source: http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/308537

PM Britain bimbangkan Anwar, kata Azmin

Perdana Menteri Britain David Cameron menyatakan kebimbangan terhadap keadaan bekas ketua pembangkang yang dipenjarakan Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

Menteri Besar Selangor Azmin Ali berkata Cameron juga menyatakan perkara itu dan kebimbangan lain kepada Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

“Cameron beritahu saya bahawa beliau telah bangkitkan beberapa isu kepada Najib dalam pertemuan mereka hari ini.

“Ini termasuk kebimbangan berkaitan Anwar, dan Cemeron berkata beliau (Anwar) harus diberikan rawatan perubatan, capaian kepada buku-buku dan rawatan sesuai,” katanya kepada pemberita selepas hadir ke sebuah acara di Kuala Lumpur malam ini.

Cameron juga mengadakan pertemuan peribadi dengan Azmin.

Sumber: Malaysiakini

MB Serah Kunci Rumah Desa Darul Ehsan Kepada Mangsa Banjir

KUALA KRAI, 17 JUN: Dato’ Menteri Besar, Mohamed Azmin Ali hari ini menyempurnakan Majlis Penyerahan Kunci Rumah Mangsa Banjir di Manik Urai kepada Kerajaan Kelantan.

Pembinaan 60 unit Rumah Darul Ehsan dengan kos hampir RM6 juta itu atas rasa tanggungjawab Selangor membantu rakyat Kelantan yang memerlukan pembelaan selepas kehilangan tempat berteduh akibat bencana banjir, pada Disember lalu.

“Selangor mencatat pertumbuhan ekonomi yang baik, tetapi ia tidak membawa sebarang makna jika kekayaan itu gagal diagih secara adil bukan sahaja kepada rakyat negeri ini, bahkan mereka yang memerlukan bantuan dan pembelaan.

“Kerajaan Kelantan tunjukkan kesungguhan membangunkan negeri walaupun dalam keadaan terbatas.

“Maka, menjadi tanggungjawab Selangor membantu sementara mempelajari dari Kelantan bagaimana dapat bangunkan modal insan melalui prinsip adil, bersih dan peduli rakyat,” katanya.

Beliau berkata demikian ketika berucap pada majlis itu yang turut dihadiri Menteri Besar Kelantan, Datuk Ahmad Yaakob dan 45 Delegasi Selangor.

Delegasi turut dihadiri Setiausaha Politiknya, Shuhaimi Shafiei dan Exco Kerajaan Negeri, Datuk Iskandar Abdul Samad, Dr Daroyah Alwi, Zaidy Talib dan Amirudin Shari

Rumah setingkat sepenuhnya daripada teknologi Sistem Binaan Berindustri (IBS) itu dibina atas tanah seluas 6.99 ekar di Daerah Olak Jeram, Jajahan Kuala Krai dan dijangka siap sepenuhnya menjelang Ogos ini.

“Kita ingin menyiapkan projek ini lebih awal tetapi ada beberapa keperluan perlu diselesaikan sebelum pemaju dapat memulakan kerja tapak.

“Setiap unit bernilai RM62,000 tidak termasuk prasarana seperti jalan raya dan kolam takungan banjir bagi menjamin kesejahteraan serta keselamatan penduduk di perkampungan ini,” katanya.

Mohamed Azmin berkata, Selangor komited menyatakan solidaritinya membantu Kelantan membangunkan negeri itu walaupun sumbangannya tidak seberapa.

“Selangor berasa gembira dapat bekerjasama dengan kerajaan yang mengamalkan pentadbiran bersih, adil dan sentiasa menjadikan prinsip kepedulian rakyat sebagai teras.”

“Hubungan terjalin ini bukan sesuatu yang baru, tetapi ia amat utuh dan penuh komitmen untuk bersama menjamin keadilan sosial rakyat,” katanya.

Sumber: http://bm.selangorku.com/76257/mb-serah-kunci-rumah-mangsa-banjir-kepada-kerajaan-kelantan/

Malaysian investment seminar in Seoul “Big Success” – Selangor to encourage networking among Korean businessmen

A Malaysian investment mission led by The Right Hon.Mohamed Azmin Ali has successfully wrapped up its investment seminar in Seoul on May 28 held at Seoul Plaza Hotel in downtown Seoul joined by more than 80 plus Korean businessmen and media representatives.

During the ‘seminar on Investment Opportunities in Malaysia organized by MIDA, Korean participants from local business community were well informed with updated investment climate in Malaysia focused on the state of Selangor which is emerging as a major gateway to Malaysia as well as ASEAN markets thanks to its strategic location nearby Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya.

Also on hand at the event organized by MIDA were Malaysian Ambassador to Korea Dato’ Rohana Ramli , Mr. Mahmud bin Abbas, CEO of Central Spectrum Sdn. Bhd, a well-established property developer renowned for its success in developing Pulau Indah and Dato’ Bryce Kwon, CEO of Technomax International Sdn. Bhd, a Korean expatriate in Malaysia who has been doing his successful business activities there for the past 30 years.

The objectives of the Seoul event were to foster closer relationships between would-be Korean investors and the Selangor State Government by offering an opportunity to share experience, exchange views and to encourage networking among Korean businessmen and Selangor State Government agencies. During the seminar ,The Right Hon. Mr. Mohamed Azmin Bin Ali, Chief Minister of Selangor delivered a key note speech.

He recommended potential investors from Korea to make investments in the areas of the pharmaceutical industry, life sciences and green technology as well as to promote the industrial areas available in Selangor before too late introducing various incentives being prepared by his state government for the benefits of foreign investors.

Approximately, 70 plus potential investors attended this seminar were able to get first hand information on business opportunities in Selangor. Several potential investors have shown great interest to advance business relationships in future in the areas of Halal in particular..

The Right Hon. Chief Minister of Selangor invited Korean business leaders to to increase investments in Selangor as well as to visit new industrial areas that can be developed for the company’s operations in the future.

In the meantime, Mr. Mahmud bin Abbas, CEO of Central Spectrum Sdn.Bhd said that he takes pride in the quality and excellence of the value-added services his company provides for investors.

“Aiming to be a fully integrated one-stop centre for Halal products, we have introduced a Halal Eco-system that allows the smooth establishment of operations and reduce waiting period, ensuring a hassle-free procedure and practice in the setting-up of your business here,” he said.

Selangor Halal Hub, Pulau Indah will assist in receiving, processing and expediting the approvals to obtain global Halal Status from relevant authorities such as the Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (JAKIM), Selangor Islamic Religious Department (JAIS) and the national standards development agency, SIRIM.

“We will also assist in the implementation of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), veterinary inspection, Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Pointsn(HACCP),” he said..

Selangor Halal Hub, Pulau Indah will also assist by processing and expediting approvals from relevant authorities such as the Klang Land Office, Malaysian Fire and Rescue Department, Ministry of Works, Telekom Malaysia (TM), Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) and Selangor Water Works (SYABAS) for smooth arrangements and physical set-up of your factory building.

A wide range of halal dining establishments are available in your vicinity; offering a variety of gastronomic delights to satisfy your taste buds, he added.

Malaysia has developed the Halal Certification; a total quality health and sanitary system that involves adopting various procedures for slaughtering, processing and other related operations as prescribed by Islamic laws. It certifies raw materials, ingredients and products based on quality, sanitary and safety considerations.

In addition, to meet the Halal requirement, food producers are encouraged to adapt and maintain standards that meet global benchmarks such as ISO9000, Codex Alimentarius, QA, HACCP, Good Hygienic Practice (GHP), and SOPs.

“We are a HALMAS certified Halal Park Operator, therefore investors establishing manufacturing firms here in Selangor Halal Hub, Pulau Indah are eligible for special tax incentives,” he explained.

Special Tax Incentives provided by the Halal Development Corporation are 100% income tax exemption on qualifying capital expenditure for a period of 10 years or income tax exemption on export sales for a period of 5 years*

Exemption from import duty and sales tax on raw materials used for the development and production of halal promoted products*

Double deduction on expenses incurred in obtaining international quality standards such as HACCP, GMP, Codex Alimentarius (food standard guidelines of FAO and WHO), Sanitation Standard Operating Procedures and regulations for compliance for export markets such as Food and Traceability from farm to fork.*

Source: eseoulpost.com

PM should table Parliament motion on Rohingya refugee crisis [Video]

PETALING JAYA, May 18 — Selangor Mentri Besar Azmin Ali called on Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak today to take more proactive action as the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) chair and to table a parliamentary motion to resolve the Rohingya refugee crisis.

“I ask the PM as Asean host to make a more effective statement and take a stern stand in Parliament this round on the matter,” Azmin told reporters after launching the Invest Selangor Berhad here today.

“We cannot just leave them on the boats just like that as many problems will arise in the long term. As Asean chair, we should be more focus on resolving this matter immediately,” the Gombak MP added.

National news agency Bernama reported Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak as saying Saturday that Malaysia must not be burdened with the “problem” of Rohingya refugees as it is an issue which needs to be addressed collectively by all Asean countries.

International newswire AFP reported that Myanmar, however, has rejected Thailand’s call for a regional summit on the migrant crisis on May 29, saying it was not their problem.

Migrant activists estimate that some 8,000 Bangladeshi and Rohingya remain stranded at sea after people smugglers abandoned ship following a Thai crackdown on human trafficking.

International newswire AFP reported yesterday diplomats and analysts as saying that Asean’s pledge of non-interference and its failure to curb Myanmar’s systematic abuse of the Rohingya — who suffer state-sanctioned discrimination and are denied citizenship despite having lived in Myanmar for generations — have contributed to the migrant crisis in the region.

Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia have been turning away boats of migrants back out to sea as the International Organisation of Migration reportedly criticised the Southeast Asian nations for playing “maritime ping-pong” with people’s lives.

– See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/azmin-pm-should-table-parliament-motion-on-rohingya-refugee-crisis#sthash.vGOWhJNF.dpuf

Selangor confident of exceeding affordable homes target

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Fariza Mohamad Jelani’s dream to own a house is going to become a reality with the launch of Rumah Selangorku in M Residence 2 in Rawang today.

The 31-year-old contractor said with the escalating property price and the high cost of living, she never thought that she could afford to buy a house.

“Those working in the private sector normally earn below RM5,000 and to buy a property anywhere near Kuala Lumpur is beyond our budget. Rawang is not too far from the city centre and the facilities here are quite advanced.

“I could not believe that I am able to buy a property so soon and at a very affordable price of RM170,000,” she said when met at the Rumah Selangorku groundbreaking ceremony in M Residence 2.

Fariza and more than 100 low-income and middle-income earners registered their interest for Rumah Selangorku during the ceremony.

Mah Sing Group, the developer of M Residence 2, have allocated two blocks of apartment with 488 units in their M Residence 2 project, 560 units in M Residence 1 and 490 units in their upcoming M Residence 3 project for Rumah Selangorku.

All the units have three bedrooms and two parking bays. The blocks are gated and guarded and complete with amenities such as communal playground, surau and multipurpose hall.

Selangor Menteri Besar Mohamed Azmin Ali who launched the ceremony said the support of the private developers was important to ensure that everyone in Selangor could afford to own a house.

“Owning a house is basic human rights and the Selangor government is working very hard to ensure that more affordable houses are built to fulfil the rising demand,” he said, adding that with the strong support of private developers, he believes that the state government could exceed their target of building 15,000 affordable homes in the next two years.

In fact, he said, more than 8,000 units of affordable homes had been launched in the last two months.

He added that private developers should ensure that the projects are of high quality and do not give rising cost as an excuse to compromise on quality.

Meanwhile, Selangor Housing, Building and Urban Settlers Management Committee chairman Iskandar Abdul Samad said claims by certain quarters that the state government was not looking at building more low-cost houses in the under RM42,000 category is untrue.

He said developers are only excused from building such low-cost houses if there is no demand or if there is no public transport in the area.

“We look at all aspects before accepting developers’ request to not build the low-cost houses. In areas such as Petaling and Ampang, there is no more land to build houses, hence the lack of low-cost houses there.

“However, the state government is looking at refurbishing old apartments for this purpose. We need the support of private developers to make this happen,” he said.

Also present at the launch is Mah Sing Group Berhad chairman General Tan Sri Yaacob Mat Zain. – May 15, 2015.

– See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/citynews/greater-kl/article/selangor-confident-of-exceeding-affordable-homes-target#sthash.YOX46Scd.dpuf

Rizab Simpanan meningkat RM3.6 bilion walaupun perbelanjaan kebajikan naik


Selangor percepat urusan beri hak milik tanah kepada rakyat

Oleh: NAEEM RAFFI

KUALA KUBU BHARU, 11 MEI: Rizab Simpanan Negeri meningkat kepada RM3.6 bilion berbanding RM3.4 bilion pada 28 Februari lalu walaupun perbelanjaan diperuntuk bagi pelbagai program kebajikan bertambah.

Dato’ Menteri Besar, Mohamed Azmin Ali berkata perkembangan itu membuktikan kerajaan pimpinan Pakatan Rakyat cekap mengurus kewangan bahkan menyalur kembali untuk pembangunan rakyat.

“Berkat berlaku adil kepada semua rakyat, hasil negeri berjaya ditingkat. Dalam tempoh empat bulan pertama tahun ini, kita berjaya mengutip hasil lebih RM1 bilion.

“Sekarang, wang simpanan Selangor sudah melonjak kepada RM3.6 bilion.

“Rezab yang besar tidak membawa apa-apa makna sekiranya rakyat tidak mendapat manfaat darinya. Jadi ia dikeluar dan diterjemahkan dinikmati rakyat,” katanya.

Beliau berkata demikian ketika berucap pada Majlis Penyampaian Borang Notis 5A di Dewan Serbaguna Kompleks Sukan, di sini, hari ini.

Beliau memberi jaminan pengurusan ekonomi dijalankan secara telus, bertanggungjawab dan tiada kebocoran akibat rasuah mahupun penyelewengan.

Sumber: Selangorkini