Thursday, September 30, 2010

RM100 : Hanya 9 Orang telah memulangkan.. 31 lagi hanya berjanji..

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Yang mana satu betul ni? Utusan Malaysia (Lidah Rasmi UMNO?) melaporkan 40 orang telah memulangkan wang ehsan, Berita Harian juga telah melaporkan juga telah melaporkan jumlah yang sama dan The Malaysian Insider juga telah melaporkan 40 orang telah memulangkan RM100 Wang ehsan yang telah disumbangkan oleh Kerajaan Negeri Pulau Pinang.

Tetapi kalau korang baca The Star Online pula ianya melaporkan hanya 9 orang telah memulangkan RM100 tersebut manakala baki lagi 31 orang akan warga emas hanya berjanji akan memulangkan wang tersebut dengan kadar segera.. (terima kasih buat seorang pembaca yang telah meninggalkan komen tentang berita ini)

31 lagi tu hanya berjanji.. Yang sudah memulangkan hanya 9 orang..


Cara paling mudah untuk mengesahkannya ialah sesiapa yang berkerja dengan Kerajaan Negeri di Komtar itu sila pastikan bahawa Dato Azhar ADUN Penaga itu memulangkan sejumlah RM4000.00 yang didakwanya telah dipulangkan oleh warga emas tersebut.. jika jumlahnya tidak mencukupi sila laporkan kepada pihak polis..

Ni berita dari The Star..

Thursday September 30, 2010

Nine return RM100 payout
By DERRICK VINESH

KEPALA BATAS: Nine senior citizens here have given back the RM100 reward they received from the state government since they feared that the money could have come from gaming activities.

Thirty-one other senior citizens have also said that they would be returning the money soon.

Md Saad Md Safar, 72, from Bertam, said he was shocked to learnt that some of the money for the state’s Senior Citizens Appreciation Programme was obtained from the Penang Turf Club.

“I am strongly against receiving money from haram (forbidden in Islam) sources. So I am returning it,” he said at a press conference called by Opposition leader Datuk Azhar Ibrahim at his service centre in Penaga here.

He was among nine senior citizens from Bertam and Pinang Tunggal who dropped RM100 each into a collection box for Penang Umno Youth to officially return it to the state government in due time.

On Oct 25, Umno Youth information chief Datuk Seri Reezal Merican Naina Merican was quoted in a Malay daily as saying that he had received a letter issued by Lim’s office and addressed to an official from the club which acknowledged that the state government had received the RM500,000 balance of a contribution from the club.

Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng had acknowledged receiving a contribution from the club but said the money would be used to help non-Muslims.

Azhar claimed that many recipients in the Balik Pulau, Bukit Mertajam and Tasek Gelugor parliamentary constituencies were also keen to return the money.

He said some who received aid under the state’s Partners Against Poverty Programme were also worried about receiving money from haram sources.

Bukit Mertajam Umno division chief Datuk Musa Sheikh Fadzir urged Deputy Chief Minister I Datuk Mansor Othman and state exco member Abdul Malik Abul Hassan to quit their posts for failing to inform the people on the matter before disbursing the funds.

When contacted, Penang exco member Phee Boon Poh said the state did not solicit funds from outside quarters, including the club, for the appreciation programme.

“The money donated by the club has not been touched yet. We also did not use money from gaming activities for the Partners Against Poverty Programme.

“We are sad that senior citizens are becoming victims of Umno’s political game,” he said.


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