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(GE12) PKR reps in a rush to get down to work March 11, 2008

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(Malaysiakini) A real carnival atmosphere was evident at PKR’s de facto Anwar Ibrahim’s house in Segambut last night. The reason was obvious – the party has had its best ever results in a general election, winning 31 parliamentary and 40 state seats.

The manner in which the party’s new Yang Berhormats patted each other on the back and shook hands, it was evident that this was a significant achievement for the party.

More interestingly, they had achieved this as a single party with three different races fighting on issues for everyone instead of their own communities.

The modest dinner to congratulate all the winners last night looked more like conference for activists with R Sivarasa, Elizabeth Wong, Wee Choo Keong, Dr Syed Husin Ali, the new Selangor MB designate Khalid Ibrahim than a gathering of politicians.

Not until Anwar entered the stage did the event carry an air of politics. Nevertheless, after a quick round to congratulate the winners and console the less fortunate, the PKR de facto leader got down to business straight away.

With everyone ushered into his living room, the 60-year-old restored order with a quick, “Yang Berhormats, kita dah nak bermula. (YBs, we are about to start)”

“We called this meeting to meet all the Parliament and state representatives, to remind them of their commitment to a reform agenda.”

“This is a historic moment and marks the beginning of a new era for the country, PKR and our political partners. We won because of the support and the aspirations of all the different races.”

“Our representatives will be constantly reminded that the mandate is given by all Malaysians and not any specific race,” said Anwar.

The party’s main priority

While he admitted that race-base politics are still a factor in Malaysia, he hoped that PKR’s multi-ethnic platform will be the base for an alternative vision.

“The assumption that this party cannot exists by analysts is flawed. What they attempted to do was to compare us to what Onn Jaafar tried to do 50 years ago. That had different circumstances and a different agenda.”

Sandwiched between his wife and party president Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, Syed Husin and Khalid, Anwar said that they are also bound to fight abuse of power, mismanagement and corruption.

Poverty, inflation and public housing issues will be their main priority.

Their first priority, is also to set up a state government in Selangor with Khalid as the menteri besar and support their partners DAP and PAS in Penang, Kedah and Kelantan. PKR was due to discuss the MB position in Perak last night.

“Once we are done with setting up or supporting our partners in the formation of state governments, everyone must get to work immediately,” said Anwar.

But he told everyone that there should be no unnecessary costs involved.

“There will be no new cars or huge budgets for renovating offices and so forth. Those are the excesses of the past that we must not adopt.”

“We will also not surrender any cars to the outgoing excos as is the normal practice, so that everyone uses the existing vehicles. Because the tradition of selling cars to the outgoing menteris besar cheaply need to be stopped,” he explained.

On Saturday, Malaysia went through a historic moment more important than sending a man into space.

It was momentous not because it had given the opposition its biggest mandate. It was significant not because it denied Barisan Nasional its routine two-thirds majority. It was meaningful not because it was a peaceful transition.

But it was historic because Malaysians have come of age and broke away from their communal fears to vote away from racial lines.

The rakyat are used to promises to end corruption, provide transparency and to help the poor regardless of race before. Hopefully, PKR will keep theirs. (Chan Kok Leong | Mar 10, 08 11:15am)

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1. Allen Ng - March 11, 2008

Eli, I think you guys need to have a bunch of qualified and experienced technocrats, fast.

2. Allen Ng - March 11, 2008

I mean, YB eli.

3. Damocles - March 11, 2008

Can still call you Liz ah?

4. Henry Lee - March 11, 2008

A good start. I wish all success in their endeavours to make Malaysia a better place. We are as good as the devloped country. No less. Let’s just make it so.

And stop using the word “YB” outside of Parliament and DUN please!

5. Rev Yap K H - March 11, 2008

Congratulations Anwar and PKR
The time has dawned.
You are vindicated
This is the opportunity to fulfill your dreams, hopes, and vision which began with ABIM and CCA
As a Malaysian let us built this truly multi-racial and multi-religious harmonius nation for ALL people.

6. Free Malaysia - March 11, 2008

Lets really do away with that YB title for real.

7. Jasraj Sandhu - March 11, 2008

Technocrats are a very viable options. But please also make sure that these technocrats do not just end up sitting in their plush offices. The path to revamping Selangor will be long and arduous, but remember the rakyat has spoken and we want the change.

I’m also glad to hear that old archaic practices such as renovating offices, getting new cars & etc are over and done with I’ve seen first hand the ‘great’ offices of these menteri’s and I wonder how much money has been wasted over the years. And it also doesn’t bode well when you see government officials using ministerial cars like Rexton’s * Honda’s to drive around.

8. geeclau - March 11, 2008

if doesn’t involve amendment of federal constitution, do not forget the implementation of local gov election within 2.5 yrs as promised and as a barometer to gauge the perfomance of new governance

9. max - March 11, 2008

There were some teachers who were campaigning against Dr.Lee Boon Chye in Gopeng. Blatantly going against Gov directives/orders just bcos they were in BN. They were wearing party badges, having walkabouts with Ling JR(Crook). I demand action be taken against them base on existing standing procedures.

There was a teacher from Pei Yuen,Kampar,Mr. Loh, the afternoon supervisor from Gunung Rapat,Mr Lier, a HM of a small school, Mr. Chan, a teacher from Gopeng, Mr. Phan.

Their actions are against the Perintah Am of the Msian Gov. Newspaper clippings are available from the Chinese press to prove their involvement. This is not witch-hunting but instilling discipline in arrogant Gov servants.

10. Kayown - March 11, 2008

Congrats,

Govern well, we’re counting on you. No one gets left behind…

11. adam - March 11, 2008

i think new YB can learn fast..go and attend lessons in management,leadership like steven covey’s 7 habits..you guys/gals r still “young” n can be fast learner…hey, in the midst of powerful BN media and policing, u manage with the help of God to win,surely u can do the job,iAllah…u must…looking at the facts, previous BN cabinet also didnt hv much qualifications.hey, if PakLah can be PM, certainly many people can do it..i dont want to belittle PM but look at the facts what he has done..he can be good if he listen to more senior advices.

12. adam - March 11, 2008

oohh..sorry..i forgot to say this……..
tahniah n congrats…so pleasing to see many reformasi activists won:O) you deserve it esp Tien..hope the fru dont misuse their boots again on u.do the job honestly n dont expect any returns.God will reward u.also dont forget yr frens who dont make it this time like dr badrol,Mus..also u shud talk to pkr leaders/pas to bring back Ezam.close rank guys…yr future survival will depend on this 4 yrs…if u do well, perhaps not impossible that u can grab the federal leadership.also for those not married yet, with some money in pocket, pls do so asap…:O) a food for thought:

“All are brothers and sisters. There should be no more dividing people along racial lines,” –
Nik Aziz, Kelantan MB. The Star, 9 March

take care n savour the victory for now. work hard,listen to party elders, n do consultation when making decision and dont be shy to ask

from a friend who used to be battered by fru.

may God bless u and guide u all..

13. Maverick SM - March 11, 2008

I thought you said PKR will not address any of their elected rep YB as a form of humility and being servants to the people? It seems it’s not so? Or is it just you alone which has this humility not not the others from PKR who still wish to be addressed as YB?

14. Joe Fernandez@Fernz - March 11, 2008

Opposition can only ignore Indian votes at their own peril
- Indian vote bank the Achilles Heel in a two-party system

By Joe Fernandez@Fernz

Indian votes play the Kingmaker role in Peninsular Malaysia, not Chinese or Malay votes although there is a lot of talk about Chinese and Malay dissatisfaction. The Indians have been conveniently forgotten by the instant pundits-plagued media, again. The Chinese and Malay Opposition are just jumping on the bandwagon of Indian dissatisfaction and adding their own petty issues which detract from the core issue in the just concluded General Elections: Indian dissatisfaction with the BN. There is nothing the Chinese and Malay Opposition can do on their own without the support of Indian voters. Just as easily the Opposition won five states in Peninsular Malaysia, they can lose them again at the next General Elections if the Indians defect to the BN. That’s why Samy Vellu has pledged to stay on as MIC president and continue to soldier on. He knows. He knew. Even know, he’s plotting the destruction of the Opposition day and night.

It is not the Indians alone that are dissatisfied with the BN Government. Others are dissatisfied too. The difference is that the votes of the Others cannot make even an iota of difference at the polls against the might of the BN without the votes of the Indians. An Indian vote in a marginal constituency is worth its weight in gold compared with a non-Indian vote in an ethnic-majority constituency.

If the BN wants to win back the sizeable Indian votes in the 64 Parliamentary seats (BN obtained the Indian votes in only three Parliamentary seats), it must not touch the following in a negative way: Hindu temples; Tamil schools; and Tamil language.

It must not allow the Civil Courts to compromise the Federal Constitution by bending over backwards to accommodate Syariah Court rulings in an adverse manner against non-Muslims.

No snatching of non-Muslim corpses by claiming that they had secretly converted to Islam by reciting something in front of some people on their deathbed.

No bringing in foreign workers, legal and illegal, at the expense of Malaysians. Depressing local wages by using foreigners is also unacceptable.

The BN Government must rein in the Malay Police who are brutally engaged in a long running war with Indian youths. So many Indian youths have been beaten blue and black in police custody, and even killed, for no other reason other than their race. Has even one extra-judicial killing been investigated and the guilty punished?

The BN Government must make efforts to Malaysianise the Malay Police, the Malay Civil Service, the Malay Judiciary and the Malay Teaching Service. What will become of the Lingam tapes? There must be substance in the follow-up, not just form and cosmetics.

The BN Government must ensure that equal rights, as guaranteed by the Federal Constitution, are respected and honoured. Don’t drag in the question of special privileges (for the Umnoputras certainly) to deny equal rights to all.

The System must be for all, not just for some people. Contradictions, deviations, discrepancies and hijacking of the system must be eliminated. Government created opportunities must be made available to all, without fear or favour, and not just for some people only. There must be no discrimination or quota systems. The NEP, instituted in the name of the Bumiputera masses and the poor and socio-engineering, must go because it has been abused and abused enough time and time again to enrich the Umnoputras at the expense of all.

The Malaysian Prime Minister must behave as a Prime Minister for all races and not just for the Malays. He should never tell Indians to go and see some stooge of an Indian community leader when they have grievances to discuss with him. One day Badawi says he has big ears and the next day he refuses to meet with Hindraf leaders.

The Malaysian Prime Minister must stop saying things like: Melayu mesti buat ini, Melayu mesti buat it, Melayu mesti buat ini and itu, Agenda Melayu, ketuanan Melayu, perjuangan Melayu yang belum selesai, Melayu Baru, Islam Hadhari, incorporation of Islamic values, the Islamic state, the Social Contract etc. These are things that should be raised by Malay community leaders and not the Malaysian Prime Minister.

The BN, Umno in particular, must stop bribing Indian community leaders with some crumbs to betray the community.

The BN must not insist on the MIC being the sole representative of the Indian community in the Barisan Nasional.

Finally, the Opposition can only ignore the Indian community at their own peril. Don’t take the community for granted and become complacent and rest on your laurels. Anwar Ibrahim is no magician. This man has never impressed me. He’s a shallow intellectual and political chameleon – Chandra Muzzafar is right – who jumped on the Hindraf phenomenon (makkal sakthi or people power) and did very well for the Opposition. He must be laughing himself to death at the utter stupidity of the BN leaders in handling the Hindraf issue just as he was laughing himself to death when he effortlessly went from ABIM leader to Deputy Prime Minster although he made a mess of every Ministry he headed and would have made a mess of the economy too in 1998 had not Mahathir stepped in and sacked him. Let the Indians have their rightful place in the sun or witness Malaysian politics going into a long period of uncertainty, swinging from one extreme to another, and finally degenerating into chaos, instability and economic ruin.

The Bumiputera community was the excuse for the NEP in 1970 in the wake of the searing Sino-Malay race riots of 13 May 1969. Today, the Bumiputeras have nothing more than the proverbial shirt on their back and have turned to Islam in solace. They were used and thoroughly used again and again since 1970 as an excuse to enrich a privileged few, most of whom have since gone bankrupt and bankrupted quite a number of state institutions too.

The Opposition, in power in five states, should not make the same mistake with the Indian community which has put them where they are now. True, Others supported too. But their votes would have meant nothing at all against the might of the BN without the golden Indian votes, the deciding factor. Just look at the way the votes went in the just-concluded 12th General Election. However, the BN has been wise enough not to publicly blame Indian voters for their electoral debacle.

http://fernzjoefernandez.blogspot.com

15. Malay Women in Malaysia - March 11, 2008

Liz..

It’s time to return the trust back to the people. DAP especially has to prove to all Malaysians that they are capable of working together with PAS and PKR. Right now, people are wondering about ‘problems’ concerning DAP in Perak & Selangor. The delay in appointing MBs in both states is being talked about in mamak stalls and coffee shops. This is not good. :-(

16. azlan - March 11, 2008

Harap Yg Berhormat PKR dan ahli Yg Berhormat DAP & PAS yang dipilih akan mengotakan janji-janji semasa pilihan raya ke 12 lepas.Terutama tentang menghapuskan tol-tol di Selangor dan am nya di Klang.Tunjuk kan kepimpinan yang baik demi menjaga rakyat Negeri Selangor dibawah pemerintahan baru.

Semoga berjaya

17. pekasa - March 11, 2008

BA should form as one political party like BN

18. James - March 11, 2008

Dear Elizabeth,
Congratulations! Now it’s time to get down to work to rectify and undo the injustices and abuses of the past. To ensuse that the good people of Selangor will continue to support the new wakil2 rakyat,may I suggest that you look into the following:-
1) Beware of attempts by businessmen( who used to support the previous regime) to corrupt you.
2) Save our forest in Kota Damansara(as you all have pledged before the election) and the remaining forest in Damansara Perdana.Make sure the developers have allowed for at least 10% usable land( not just useless steep slopes ) for open space.
3) Revoke the licenses of advertising billboards in residential and inappropriate areas.All new licenses must get consent from the residents ( just like all tadikas, proposed development, etc )Our resident association is most worried about the rampant musrooming of billboards in PJ.
4) All approvals for development like the Damansara Perdana Township must provide sufficient carparking for all its proposed development including the proposed mosque( which is proposed in an area that is so steep and rocky and evidently impossible to built and will creat massive traffic jams) The township is 800 acres so in accordance with the law there must be at least 80 acres of parkland but presently there is none! Bandar Utama is 1,000acres but where is the 100 acres of parkland? So how did the MPPJ approve these developments?.We all know why and how but we all thought we were powerless against the arrogant people in power.
5) I suggest you have a meeting with your rakyat on a regular basis and have a close rapport with all the residents associations in our area to stay close to the people.
Finally, good luck and may GOD bless you.
James.

19. Nachi - March 11, 2008

Hope BA/BR doesn’t sideline any particular race for next 4/5 years. WE WANT EQUALITY IN EVERYTHING, FROM EDUCATION, ALLOCATION FOR SCHOOLS, PLACES OF WORSHIP, BUSINESS, PROMOTION, NO SPECIAL HOUSING DISCOUNT FOR ONE PARTICULAR RACE, JOBS AND SO FORTH.

HOPE BR WON’T BETRAY THE RAKYAT WHO VOTED YOU IN.

20. John Doe - March 11, 2008

Congratulations on your historic win, KeADILan!

March 8 was indeed the happiest day of my life.

It would be good if all you party leaders could omit titles like “YB” when addressing each other in public. Such titles and formal and “elitist” salutations only serve to alienate the public from the people in power. We need a relevant, friendlier and more accesible government.

Once again, Syabas KeADILan

21. Max Yong - March 12, 2008

8th of March, 2008 will be embeded in Malaysian History as a Day of Reckoning and a Day of Great Awakening.

A day where true Malaysians with unceasing great passion for the Country see their Hope crystalised all because they kept their Faith in what they believed and stood for.

They stood where others dare not step, They spoke where others dare not whisper and they believed where others dare not think.

You are the True Malaysians who embraced the ideals and endured through all trials and tribulations in order pave a way for Justice and Truth to reign victorious. The same Truth and Justice for all that dwelleth in the Kingdom of God finally prevailed all beacause all you men and women kept the faith.

I salute you all and May the same courage and passion accompany all of you in the new era in Malaysian History to establish in all of us, a Malaysian Identity based on love and not race or religion.

Be instrumental in delivering Malaysians from the evils of Corruption, evils of religious persecutions and Injustices which such freedom truly means KEADILAN !

May God the Almighty be with You All !

To Strive, To Yield and Be Not Afraid,

Max

22. dmfo - March 12, 2008

This is one of the greatest moment in my life as a Malaysian. I shall tell my future children and grand children that I was there among thousands, voting for a better future of Malaysia against the ‘evil empire’.

23. Eggr Chong - March 13, 2008

Congratulation!
and hope my few pointers,below could contribute to your inspiration,though,sound trivial to the people on the top people,but,to us the ordinary rakyat,are deemed as one of the very strong reasons for the downfall of BN:
1.Stop all wayang,widely publicised in the media, Raids to the vice joints.
Some local authorities personnel were used by triads to
flush out their competitors,new commers in the industries.
Khir Toyol personally,has personally raided Putra Inn,in Puchong in 2005(?),though widely publiced and applauded,the vice tent ragain business in less than a month,condoned by the local authorities personnel,with full knowledge of the local MP.ADUN,again!
Hope no such wayang in Puchong,in the comming years.
2.Stop all wayang ,cleanliness campainge against restaurants,coffee shops,and eating outlets.
In 2007,a widely publicized,raids lead by MPSJ Presidents involving, 100 personnels from police,immigration and medias,raided 100 over shop in Puchong.Summons issued,foreignrs
cought,shops condoned etc.etc.
A small press conference held at a timsum shop where my food,half eaten,was taken away during the raid.
I asked,the MPSJ President,isn’t such jobs of ensuring cleaniness should be done by the local health officers.Why don’t you reprimand the officers concerned for not carrying out their work,instead wasted so much money man power,for such trivial things.
My question was brushed aside and the conference were abruptly ended.
Hope no such wayang again in puchong.
So much for now,and will continue to give my pointers.Those pointers
may save your vote,in the next GE.

24. yapchongyee - March 13, 2008

Mr Lim Kit Siang has been too lomg in politics and he has become demented from living too long; senile dementia I suspect.

I read some of the cemments and all of them have one sentiment in common, ie THE MOST IMPORATNT ACHIEVEMENT OF THIS ELECTION IS THE DAWN OF RACE POLITICS. Therefore why does Lim Kit Siang object to PAS nominee. Having said that Lim Kit Siang has no common sense because if DAP, PAS and PKR submitted 3 candidates for the Sultan’s approval then it must also mean that DAP has agreed to accept whomsoever the Sultam chooses. I can see how that little mind of Lim Kit Siang works, HE THINKS THAT BECAUSE DAP AND PKR HAVE THE MOST REPRESENTATIVES IN THE STATE ASSEMBLY, THEREFORE EITHER HAVE A RIGHT TO THE MB SHIP. That I am afraid is not correct because the coalition submitted 3 names and of these only one can become MB and that decision belongs to the Sultan.

There is no ground upon which Lim Kit Siang can gribe about. I read quite a few of the 500 plus comments on Malaysians unplugged and I have to make one very obvious and important observation and that is the TOTAL ABSENSE of any comment on the Sultan’s choice and why he had been unfair. I WOULD LIKE TO CORRECT THIS OBVIOUS deficiency; I WANT TO CONGRATULATE HIS HIGHNESS FOR HIS OBVIOUS WISDOM FOR WHAT HE HAD ACHIEVED. Did any of you even asked yourselves why is it that His Highness did what appears to any ordinary person to be unfair ? None of you did! That shows how much you understood of the actions of His Highness. From my perspective I think it was sheer poetry. His Highness had just cast a stone into the pool and watch the ripples radiate in ever bigger circles.

I believe it was His Highness intention to expose the cracks in the rhetoric of those like Mr Lim Kit Siang and he achieved that by picking the least qualified and the one that will generate the most controversy, ie, PAS because they had the least claim to the job being the party with the least seats. It was so simple and it was so effective; it caused the UNITED FRONT TO CRUMPLE RIGHT THERE. Is that not sheer poetry ? I would like to say that Lim Kit Siang has proved himself to be too old for the job and he need to be replaced. I would like to remind Lim that wisdom is not always about how to achieve your objective by force; you need to also know what is POSSIBLE. Politics is all about perception, image and knowing what is possible. The Sultan has made his choice and no amount of force will change that.

Now that race politics is proven to be irrelevant, you Mr Lim too has become irrelevant and you should retire; 50 years as a politician is much too long, all those who went into politics like the Tengku, Tan Siew sin, Tun Sambantan etc. have gone to their makers and you Mr Lim should also go to your maker. Mr Lim you have fought for CHINESE RIGHTS for too long & now we do not want CHINESE RIGHTS, what we want today is MALAYSIAN RIGHTS OF FULL CITIZENSHIP. No more Chinese or Indian rights because there is only one RIGHT and that is the right to full Malaysian citizenship. This you have to understand is what all Malaysians what; not just Chinese rights; and by your own ignorance YOU WHO OPPOSE THE DECISION OF HIS HIGHNESS HAS BECOME A RACIST YOURSELF.

I read quite a few of the 500 plus comments on Malaysians unplugged and I have to make one very obvious and important observation and that is the TOTAL ABSENSE of any comment on the Sultan’s choice and why he had been unfair. I WOULD LIKE TO CORRECT THIS OBVIOUS deficiency; I WANT TO CONGRATULATE HIS HIGHNESS FOR HIS OBVIOUS WISDOM FOR WHAT HE HAD ACHIEVED. Did any of you even asked yourselves why is it that His Highness did what appears to any ordinary person to be unfair ? None of you did! That shows how much you understood of the actions of His Highness. From my perspective I think it was sheer poetry. His Highness had just cast a stone into the pool and watch the ripples radiate in ever bigger circles.

I believe it was His Highness intention to expose the cracks in the rhetoric of those like Mr Lim Kit Siang and he achieved that by picking the least qualified and the one that will generate the most controversy, ie, PAS because they had the least claim to the job being the party with the least seats. It was so simple and it was so effective; it caused the UNITED FRONT TO CRUMPLE RIGHT THERE. Is that not sheer poetry ? I would like to say that Lim Kit Siang has proved himself to be too old for the job and he need to be replaced. I would like to remind Lim that wisdom is not always about how to achieve your objective by force; you need to also know what is POSSIBLE. Politics is all about perception, image and knowing what is possible. The Sultan has made his choice and no amount of force will change that.

Now that race politics is proven to be irrelevant, you Mr Lim too has become irrelevant and you should retire; 50 years as a politician is much too long, all those who went into politics like the Tengku, Tan Siew sin, Tun Sambantan etc. have gone to their makers and you Mr Lim should also go to your maker. Mr Lim you have fought for CHINESE RIGHTS for too long & now we do not want CHINESE RIGHTS, what we want today is MALAYSIAN RIGHTS OF FULL CITIZENSHIP. No more Chinese or Indian rights because there is only one RIGHT and that is the right to full Malaysian citizenship. This you have to understand is what all Malaysians what; not just Chinese rights; and by your own ignorance YOU WHO OPPOSE THE DECISION OF HIS HIGHNESS HAS BECOME A RACIST YOURSELF.

25. James - March 13, 2008

With all the jostling for the MB, deputy MB and exco positions over the last few days,I hope they realise that unlike in the past where these are a sure path to riches, now it’s hard work. The Rakyat will not be very forgiving this time.Furthermore they will be under the watchful eyes of the Rakyat and the axed-MBs who know exactly where to look.
I’m very pleased to hear that saudara Sivarasa remembers his promise to save the forest in Kota Damansara.

26. John Doe - March 13, 2008

At a time like this, it’s crucial that all the component parties that form the opposition should be seen as being united. All grieviences should be discussed internally and all messages sent out should be consistent and in support of each other. Better still, speak in one voice.

Call your coalition whatever name you want, but please, please issue your press statements under the same umbrella.

Appear united no matter what your persoanl feelings are. Or BN is going work on your weaknesses, and that would give our beloved newspapers a field day playing up on your “in-fighting”

Congatulations on the win and good Luck. We need you to help us make Malaysia a cleaner, fairer place.

27. Save The Damansara Perdana Forest - April 15, 2008

Dear Elizabeth Wong,
As the ADUN of Bukit Lanjan, please come and visit Damansara Perdana, your own constituency. MBPJ have zoned the forested steep hills for development.How ironic it is that in your own backyard the MBPJ have approved a project that is so environmentally disasterous and will cause the already bad traffic to be totally jammed.
We the people who supported you appeal to you to review the MBPJ approval immediately.
The Damansara Perdana Forest used to be an 800 acre ORANG ASLI RESERVE FOREST that was mysteriously given to some people by an ex-MB who is ironically in charged of orang asli welfare. Well, macham musang jaga ayam……

28. TST - May 2, 2008

Hi are you sure you better ask the adun from rawang and MOP from “SAYANG” to check the adil email. They are passing the ball around. Some places are bleeding mosquito and storing flooded water.

29. Prema - May 27, 2008

Hi good afternoon to you.

NST 26th May 2008 refers, i would like to highlight on parking issues with our local authorities mainly Godell Parking Sdn Bhd. First of all I would like to bring to your attention that Godell Parking has been operating illegally at Damansara Perdana.

From my knowledge, i came to know that the developer( Saujana Triangle Sdn Bhd) has not been handed over to our local authorities and yet Godell has been operating and we have been summoned by them. Are we supposed to PAY? Please investigate.

I would appreciated your immediate attention on this matter and hope we get our refund.

My contact number is 017-6517277

With regards
Resident of Damansara Perdana


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