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(Ijok) Khir: Only RM 36 million?? April 18, 2007

Posted by elizabethwong in Democracy, Economy, Malaysia, Politics.

This RM36 million allocation is damn insulting to the people of Ijok.

After years of being left out from ‘development’ and considering Selangor is the nation’s FIRST ‘developed’ state, the good folks of Ijok deserve so much more.

Let’s take this sum of RM36 million as a base figure. Multiply by how many ‘Malaysian Plans’ we have (9) = RM 324 million.

Because I like the number ‘2’, I’ll multiply with RM 324 million = RM 648 million.

To make things easier to remember, I’ll round it up and make it RM650 million.

Khir … you can do it!

April 18, 2007 15:52 PM ;

Selangor Govt Allocates RM36 Mln For Projects In Ijok

KUALA SELANGOR, April 18 (Bernama) — The Selangor government has allocated RM36 million for various development projects to be implemented within these two weeks in Ijok.

Selangor Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Khir Toyo said these involved the upgrading of public facilities such as road widening and resurfacing works as well as constructing drains and lighting up major roads.

“All of them will start immediately. We have chosen the contractors,” he said at a meet-the-people session here.

Tomorrow is the nomination for the Ijok state by-election while polling is on April 28. The seat fell vacant following the death of BN assemblyman Datuk K.Sivalingam in Chennai, India, from heart failure on April 4.

The Barisan Nasional has named Tanjung Karang MIC secretary K.Parthiban, 38, as its candidate while Parti Keadilan Rakyat is betting on former Permodalan Nasional Berhad (PNB) and Kumpulan Guthrie chief executive officer Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim, 61.

Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Khir said the projects were not aimed to fish for votes as claimed by the opposition as they had been planned by the state government for quite some time.

He urged the contractors involved to complete the projects as soon as possible, warning that the contracts would be awarded to other parties if they failed to do so.




1. Libra - April 18, 2007

Blatant corruption.

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3. jeancumlately - April 18, 2007

Quietly… I was wishing for the death of my MP… Haven’t seen him for, I dont know, when was the last election? He should worth more if he is dead… Like this guy in Ijok. His death means a windfall worth a cool 36Millions to the place. The next time I meet my MP, I will tell him to die twice.

Sorry for having such thought…. Really.

4. WATTAHACK? - April 18, 2007

where I’m working in JB needs tarring too hehehe… who’s gonna come down to tar?

5. Klaw - April 19, 2007

Tongue in cheek. I like your style 🙂

But in all seriousness, 36 million seems a little overboard. Oh wait, understatement.

You really wish for the day when our Elections Commission can be independent and stop such corrupt acts like vote buying.

Anyway, can someone answer my question about vote registration here?

Thanks 🙂

6. sam - April 19, 2007

shit! should i ask a bomoh to do something to the assembly man in my constituency ar?

7. hasilox - April 19, 2007

This is about looting the people clean and put them on ‘begging’ mode.

When you give few cents to the beggars, they will be happy. But, do they know what drives them to begging?

8. Goodman - April 19, 2007

They had to reserve some money for ‘development’ of MIC members who quit in a huff. Syabas, Najib. I hope too much was not promised for the support of the ex MIC micro-chief. Don’t worry, he is not bright enough to take it and migrate to PKR. It will all get spent in the MCA kedais in town. Multiplier effect, what?

9. jjiangg - April 19, 2007


10. pligg.com - April 19, 2007

Khir: Only RM 36 million??

This RM36 million allocation is damn insulting to the people of Ijok.

After years of being left out from ‘development’ and considering Selangor is the nation’s FIRST ‘developed’ state, the good folks of Ijok deserve so much more.

Let’s ta…

11. stenson chin - April 19, 2007

Let mr.bodoh and mr.gundusamy destroy this destroy.We pray
and pour our hearts out also wasting time.We are waiting for
more assemblymen or women to die so the place can be developed.
Who is next to go? perhaps gundusamy…….

12. monsterball - April 19, 2007

jeancumlately..You can be so cruel !! …but for what is worth…I agree with you…hahahahaha
Sam…Bomohs have no such powers in Malaysia. If there is…mongolian murder could be a much easier job.
Maybe plant few lemons at his doorsteps and ask bomoh to chant devilish sutras and give him very bad stomatch ache for a week…That way..he may want to kill himself …..hahahahaha

13. bakaq kaki spin - April 19, 2007

Tuan/Puan pemilik blog yang dihormati


Mohon maaf kerana mengacau. Jika Tuan/Puan sudi dan mempunyai masa, harap lawati Malaysiakita. Salam.

14. WATTAHACK? - April 19, 2007

surely when the opposition suddenly have a few millions to throw around in by-elections then the EC will stand-up and says no to vote buying promises and spending money on projects the day before. if only the Oppo had this firing power then we can see better fights for voters. Imagine BN give RM36mil + BA give RM20mil = RM56mil for one place! like that all our towns will be wonderful to live in and investors will come flocking! (sorry for day dreaming)

15. SAO @ SitiIka - April 20, 2007

Yes, I agree, your mathematics is fine, easy to understand.

But Khir uses Algebra, matrix algebra, may be vector algebra, you know. It will take up some arithmetical operations to solve problems, to know the right answer.

Well Good luck,

Hey, I hate believing seeing the photos that show a group of Indian suporters with one of them touged out with his hands touching his ears!!!!, Did he get the money already huh and the other didn’t? well that is my kids behaviour when they get pocket money whislt sisters don’t get.

16. Sheikh's Brother - April 21, 2007

RM36 million or RM360 million it dont matter. They won in 04 and will win in 08. And they will win this By Election.

17. Gua Bay Song - April 21, 2007

jelas.info got sick halfway through the campaign. Take care of your health Eli. Drink plenty of water, eat plenty of fresh fruits in Ijok.

18. Crankshaft - April 22, 2007

Bloody hell, I don’t even know who my MP is, but he doesn’t want to obligingly keel over and croak.

I could do with some bigger roads around here…

19. sam - April 22, 2007

monsterball, C4 so easy to get one meh? Chow Kit got or not?

20. kittykat446 - April 22, 2007

Yup, all the BN MP’s are worth more to their constituencies dead than alive. Whoever gets the majority of the votes in the By-election, the real winners are the residents of Ijok.
Its just very sad that this constituency has been so poorly looked after that the RM $ 36 M poured in barely makes a dent in the real problems here. “Parachute development” isn’t the answer. Long term hard work is, but Barisan has obviously been complacent in this area.

21. Niiqui - April 23, 2007

found no common place to ask you abt this.. any comments on this report?


22. zorro - April 23, 2007

In my post (Can Do Favor or Not?) I asked our legal eagles if the BN can be prosecuted for using OUR money to buy votes. I am still waiting for an answer…but turning blue in the process.

23. Arifabdull - April 24, 2007
24. pizzofmine - April 24, 2007

WATTAHACK? – April 18, 2007

where I’m working in JB needs tarring too hehehe… who’s gonna come down to tar?

That depends, on whether do you have an MP at your place, and how much longer he’s going to live.

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