Jumaat, 16 Mac 2012

Puteri Bahagian Segambut

Puteri Bahagian Segambut


Posted: 16 Mar 2012 04:00 AM PDT

Ustaz Tian Chua the mastermind?
This matter involves a privatisation project between the Selangor state government (Selangor) and a company called Azam dan Azan Sdn Bhd (AASB). The facts of the case are as follows:
AASB entered into an agreement with Selangor to relocate the old Selayang market plus a workshop and a multipurpose office owned by Majlis Perbandaran Selayang (MPS). The Agreement between Selangor and AASB was signed on 29th April 1997 with Supplementary Agreements signed on 18th August 1998, 23rd August 1999 and 7th March 2001.
This project is to be implemented in three phases. The first phase comprises of a block of shops, apartments and a modern market with a 30-year concession for the developer (AASB). The second phase has been earmarked for a 10-storey apartment block, while the third phase is a development of 23 units of shop-lots adjacent to the said land. The total land area is 9.8 acres.
The first phase was completed in 2009 with a condition that the road and the widening of the drainage system will be done in the second phase. This area is flood-prone but the drainage system can only be widened in the second phase of development, as the work will involve the relocation of the hawkers to the new site. Hence the removal of the hawkers from that location to the completed first phase is crucial to be able to proceed with the next phase of the development.
As per the Agreement, the Unit Perancang Ekonomi Negeri (UPEN), with the coordination of MPS, would relocate the hawkers currently occupying the land to the newly constructed market so that the second phase of development can proceed. Once that is done, AASB has three months to pay the premium for the second and third phases of the development. In fact, AASB attempted to pay the premium even before the eviction of the illegal hawkers but it was rejected by the state.
The hawkers refused to move based on the argument that the rental is expensive. The rental AASB is charging is RM200 to RM360 per month depending on the floor area. In fact, this matter had already been agreed by the Hawkers' Association during their negotiation with MPS and UPEN.
Various alternative options were then proposed to solve the impasse. However, Selangor rejected all of them. The construction cost for the market was RM18 million. Based on a 30-year concession, AASB can recoup around RM9 million at the most. This loss was supposed to have been absorbed in the next phases of development.
Since 2009, nothing much has happened and it remained a deadlock. AASB's lawyers made numerous attempts to resolve this matter with the state but with little success. It appeared like the state was trying to avoid solving the issue.

Read more storie at THE KUALA LUMPUR ARTICLE

Majlis Pelancaran Jentera UMNO WP

Posted: 16 Mar 2012 03:34 AM PDT

Jom ramai-ramai kita ke Pelancaran Jentyera Pilihanraya UMNO Wilayah Persekutuan pada 18hb Mac 2012 bertempat di Stadium Tertutup Titiwangsa. Program bermula seawal jam 8.00 pagi hingga jam 2.00 petang.



Posted: 16 Mar 2012 02:23 AM PDT

"Strategy number 3 in the 36 stratagems of the Art of War. Strategy 3 states that - Borrow one's hand to kill"

Rafizi Ramli, a name that is synonymous in "exposing" the so-called mismanagement and power abuse of Barisan Nasional (BN) leaders has today i think helped BN tremendously in the next General Election. First of all, the structure of UMNO (Backbone of BN) is that party leaders are very hard to be removed from their position, since with position comes power and also with power comes supporters alike. Nevertheless, since UMNO leaders can't be removed internally, the best way to remove them is by using the opposition i.e. externally.

This is where Rafizi Ramli comes into play, and oh well did he did not play his part well. Rafizi Ramli just took the bait so easily in the NFC case. Always look at the bigger picture in politics, and to do that let's look at three (3) very prominent personalities in Lembah Pantai/PKR. One will be none other than the current MP, daughter of PKR Supreme Leader Anwar Ibrahim, Vice President of a party which her mother is also the President Mrs. Nurul Izzah, DS Shahrizat Jalil (former MP of Lembah Pantai) and the third would be the the hidden hand behind the fall of both Nurul Izzah and Shahrizat Jalil which will remain a mystery.

Nurul Izzah

Is support from DAP crucial in Lembah Pantai?

Nurul Izzah binti Anwar (born November 19, 1980) is a Malaysian politician from Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR), and is the current Member of Parliament for Lembah Pantai. She is the daughter of Anwar Ibrahim, a former Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister and the current de facto opposition leader and of the PKR.[1] Her mother, Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, is the President of PKR.
In the 2008 general election, Nurul Izzah contested the seat of Lembah Pantai in Kuala Lumpur, which was contested by three candidates. There were speculations that she ran for the seat with the intention of handing it over to her father, who was disqualified from running for office until April 2008, though she quickly rejected such claims.


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