Sunday, April 20, 2008

Don't Approach Your MPs Said Government

The Malaysian government has advised the Kuala Lumpur folks not to approach their respective MPs. The Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Federal Territories, Datuk M. Saravanan, said that the need for the MPs was not required as his Ministry was in good rapport with the community, residents’ associations and NGOs.

He said "all matters brought up would be discussed by a committee chaired by him and forwarded to Zulhasnan (the Minister)."

This fella never learn from the political tsunami.

Hello sir, out of 11 parliamentary seats in the capital city of Kuala Lumpur, 10 seats were won by opposition parties. Please wake up to this fact! How could you say that we don't need our MPs. Actually we don't need you right from 8 March 2008 (general election day) onwards. You were appointed into this Ministry by the government. The MPs were elected by the Malaysian citizens.

And you dare to say that your Ministry would discuss all issues??????? The area and condo that I'm staying in have problems where the government couldn't care less. Writing to and meeting with different but specific government authorities didn't even receive any positive response, what more to your Ministry that would have to handle anything under the sky, just like the City Hall Council.

Datuk Saravanan, you have mentioned that residents’ associations and NGOs were having close relationship with your Ministry, please name them so that we, the lousy ones, may learn from those residents’ associations and NGOs. Don't just simply mention the words "residents’ associations and NGOs".
Tags: Malaysian Politics, Residents’ Associations, NGO, Ministry of Federal Territories, Datuk M. Saravanan

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