Ceramah Kelompok di Taman Medan Jaya

Khamis (4 April) – Saya berpeluang menyampaikan ceramah di Blok C Rumah Pangsa Taman Medan Jaya.

Alhamdulillah mendapat kehadiran yang baik. Di dalam ceramah, saya menyentuh tentang ciri-ciri pemimpin yang baik, sebagaimana pemimpin-pemimpin Islam dahulu yang kerap turun bersama rakyat untuk memahami keadaan dan merasai kepayahan mereka. Pemimpin seperti inilah yang perlu kita pilih dalam Pilihanraya Umum ke-13 yang akan datang tidak lama lagi.

Saya juga sempat menyampaikan sumbangan kepada pelajar-pelajar sekolah dalam bentuk kamus bagi membantu pembelajaran mereka.

Terima kasih terutamanya kepada Kak Lah selaku tuan rumah, dan para hadirin yang datang pada malam itu.

Bermesra bersama masyarakat setempat

Bermesra bersama masyarakat setempat

Bersama anak-anak penerima sumbangan

Bersama anak-anak penerima sumbangan

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Kerajaan PR Selangor bantu SAR,SJKT dan SJKC

Mengumumkan sumbangan bagi kutipan dana membina bangunan baru SJKC Yuk Chyun


Majlis Makan Malam SJKC Yuk Chyun PJS 1

PETALING JAYA 14 Mei – Menghadiri Majlis Makan Malam kutipan dana bagi SJKC Yuk Chyun. Sumbangan ADUN sebanyak RM 2,000 kepada tabung sekolah. Setiap tahun sebanyak RM6juta diperuntukkan kepada SJKC oleh kerajaan negeri Selangor. Yuk Chyun juga telah menerima RM20,000 sebelum ini untuk menaiktaraf perpustakaan sekolah.

Sebanyak 769 Sekolah Agama Rakyat (SAR), Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan Cina (SJKC) dan Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan Tamil (SJKT) mendapat bantuan pendidikan daripada kerajaan negeri Selangor berjumlah RM32 juta bagi tahun 2009 dan 2010 dalam usaha memperkasa pendidikan di negeri ini sebagai Hub Pendidikan dan Hub Ilmuan.

Exco Pendidikan, Pendidikan Tinggi dan Modal Insan, Dr Halimah Ali dalam sidang Dewan Undangan Negeri (DUN) di sini berkata jumlah tersebut adalah daripada jumlah keseluruhan sebanyak 820 permohonan yang dibuat bagi 2009 dan 2010.

Katanya, daripada 769 permohonan itu sebanyak 320 sekolah bagi tahun 2009 manakala 449 sekolah untuk 2010.

Beliau menambah, pecahan mengikut sekolah adalah 160 buah bagi SAR, 77 (SJKC), 97 (SJKT) bagi 2009 manakala bagi 2010 adalah sebanyak 252 (SAR), 100 (SJKC) dan 97 (SJKT).

“Jumlah permohonan pada 2010 meningkat berbanding 2009 iaitu sebanyak 134 permohonan dan jumlah permohonan yang diluluskan juga meningkat sebanyak 129 permohonan.

Penghantaran pulang pelajar Selangor ke Mesir bermula Jumaat ini

SHAH ALAM, 9 Mac – Seramai 996 pelajar Selangor akan berangkat pulang ke Mesir mulai Jumaat ini (14 Mac) hingga Selasa depan (18 Mac).

Kepulangan mereka membabitkan lima penerbangan.

Exco Hal Ehwal Islam, Adat-adat Melayu, Infrastruktur dan Kemudahan Awam, Datuk Hasan Ali berkata sebanyak 440 pelajar ditanggung Lembaga Zakat Selangor (LZS) sementara selebihnya ditanggung Kerajaan Negeri.

Para pelajar terbabit perlu mendaftar di Masjid Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah (Masjid Negeri) di sini antara jam 2 dan 4 petang.

Mereka akan dbawa menaiki bas menuju Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa Kuala Lumpur (KLIa) pada jam 8 malam.

Hasan berkata, kos menghantar pulang pelajar membabitkan RM2,150 seorang. Setiap pelajar dibenar membawa bagasi sehingga 40 kg.

Pakatan says reforms not castles in the air

By Yow Hong Chieh and Shazwan Mustafa Kamal

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 10 — Pakatan Rakyat (PR) leaders denied today that their 100-day reforms pledge was “too good to be true”, and said it would be funded by cutting back on what it claimed was the wastage and corruption associated with Barisan Nasional (BN).

DAP national advisor Lim Kit Siang said keeping a lid on needless government expenditure was “one of the major things” PR could do to pay for the promised reforms should the PR seize federal power.

“Put a stop to all the waste and corruption. We’ll release funds for a lot of things we are proposing,” he told The Malaysian Insider today, adding that poor governance was bleeding the country of billions of ringgit.

Transparency International’s (TI) Global Corruption Report 2009 released in June last year estimated that corruption costs Malaysia some RM10 billion every year.

The Auditor-General’s Report, also released last year, similarly said that the government lost a whopping RM28 billion to leakages, mainly due to the practice of direct negotiation.

PKR strategic director Rafizi Ramli said PR could carry out reforms even without depending on the billions that would be saved through better governance simply by removing gas and toll subsidies.

“There’s more than enough to fund everything,” he said. National oil company Petronas spends RM19 billion each year subsiding independent power producers (IPPs) and Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) with gas sold at prices fixed below the market rate, he pointed out.

Rafizi said that if this subsidy — which he called “the biggest subsidy there is” — could be diverted, PR could easily afford to give subsidies to the underprivileged. He also said the current cost of fuel subsidies could be reduced from RM11 billion to RM4 billion if they were targeted at the needy and not applied in blanket fashion to big business as well.

Rafizi added that another RM4 billion could be saved by eliminating compensation to toll operators by getting Khazanah Nasional Bhd and the Employees’ Provident Fund (EPF) — which already own significant stake in the concessionaires — to take over highway assets.

PAS vice president Datuk Mahfuz Omar said Prime Minister Najib Razak’s statement today calling PR’s 100-day reforms financially irresponsible was proof that Umno had failed the people for the past 53 years.

Najib claimed the “Pakatan Agenda” would bankrupt the country in two years. He said that BN could not understand how PR could afford to undertake such reforms because the ruling coalition had always used up state resources for its own needs and not for public good. “It’s all about managing state money. If you can manage it well, there will be enough for everyone, not just for the Umno elite,” he said.

Mahfuz added the fact that opposition states were able to give financial aid to senior citizens and single mothers was proof of PR’s efficient handling of state finances.

“We have given the impossible, by cutting out wastages… In Penang, we have a state government which is not led by a Muslim, but yet is able to set aside money for religious schools, and for single mothers,” he said.

“The resources of the state are meant to be enjoyed by all, and that is what we aim to push for in our reform plans.”

Najib today labelled PR’s widely-publicised 100-day reform plan as “populist” and “irresponsible,” claiming that the opposition had failed to take into consideration the limitations of the country’s finances.

“We cannot take such a populist approach to the point where we sacrifice our country’s future. We cannot afford to do that, it would be irresponsible to the point where our children and our grandchildren will pay the price and suffer,” he had said.

“As a matter of fact, we do not even have to wait for our children or grandchildren, according to our calculations, if these promises are implemented without taking into account the country’s finances, it would just take two years.” PR’s policy framework, titled the “Pakatan Agenda”, is seen as an answer and solution to questions surrounding the opposition’s administrative plans in comparison to BN.

Speculation is rife that a general election will be held as early as this year although BN’s mandate does not expire until May 2013.

Among the instant reforms promised by the PR coalition, within the first 100 days of taking over Putrajaya, is acknowledging the role and sacrifices of civil servants by studying the current pay schemes and increasing the incentives for teachers by RM500 a month.

PR leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has claimed that a PR federal government could afford to pay for a proposed allowance for teachers — projected to be RM3.2 billion annually — by eliminating the “wastages” of the BN administration.

Other “instant” reforms include the repeal of the Internal Security Act (ISA) as well as offering free wireless Internet access to those in urban and semi-urban areas.

BN leaders help themselves to free laptops in 1Malaysia program

November 10, 2010 – A Selangor state assembly backbencher has accused BN grassroots leaders of abusing the 1Malaysia Computer programme by eating into the quota set aside for secondary school students and the needy.

Sekinchan assemblyperson Ng Suee Lim said he has received numerous complaints of favouritism and cronyism in the approval of the free laptops under the programme, launched earlier this year under the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC).

Waving a list of names of people who have allegedly received the free laptops, Ng claimed that many on the list include division leaders and of the various BN component parties including Umno, MCA and Gerakan.

“All these names do not fulfil the set criteria,” he said when debating the Selangor state budget 2011.

Ng pointed out that free laptop recipients under the programme need to fulfill four criteria which include household income must be under RM3,000, the family does not have a computer, the family must have children in Forms One to Five, and each family is entitled to only one laptop.

“After going through the list, it turns out that the main condition is that as far as possible it must go to Umno, MCA, Gerakan and BN members.

“I am shocked with the way in which such contributions are distributed, which does not reflect transparency, instead using the programme solely to fulfil the agenda and political interests of Umno and BN,” he said.

Dubious approval of land

Ng also accused the previous BN-led state administration of abusing its position in the approval of four acres of land in Taman Sri Muda in Kota Kemuning for the Umno Kota Raja division.

He said the Klang district land committee, which was chaired by the Klang district officer at the time and made up of 10 BN state assemblypersons, had decided on May 25, 2006 to give four acres in the area to the Shah Alam city council and another three acres to the Umno Kota Raja division.

But after the state government consultative council met on Jan 31, 2007, it was decided that the Umno Kota Raja division would instead get four acres at a nominal land premium of RM1,000, while the Shah Alam city council would only get three acres, Ng claimed.

“Why is it that Umno Kota Raja was given land and given special treatment with a nominal premium of RM1,000? This case clearly exposes to us how state land was shamelessly given to political parties, especially Umno,” he said.

– Malaysiakini

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Program Perasmian Pusat Tuisyen Rakyat

Pada 16 Jun 2010 Majlis Perasmian Pusat Tuisyen Rakyat telah diadakan di Dewan Sivik MBPJ. Majlis ini diadakan bersekali dengan program motivasi yang disampaikan oleh Dr Tengku Asmadi Tengku Mohammad.

Program motivasi ke ibu-bapaan bersama anak-anak yang menyertai program tuisyen rakyat UPSR, PMR, dan SPM ini diharapkan memberi kesedaran dan bermotivasi dalam mencungkil kecemerlangan anak-anak.

Saya cukup seronok dapat beramah mesra dengan pelajar-pelajar yang bersemangat mengejar cita-cita di masa akan datang. Semoga anak-anak di DUN Taman Medan cemerlang.

Antara tetamu VVIP yang hadir

Sebelum majlis dimulakan, kami melihat slide show program PTRS sesi lepas dan kejayaan program

Pengerusi majlis pada hari tersebut adalah Cik Ayu yang juga merupakan setiausaha kerja bagi saya

Antara pelajar dan ibu-bapa yang hadir

Motivasi disampaikan oleh Dr Tengku Asmadi

Penyampaian sumbangan untuk pelajar yang cemerlang PTRS di dalam SPM sesi lepas

Gambar Ihsan daripada FB Dr Tengku Asmadi Tengku Mohammad