Monday, February 7, 2011

Najib kata Kerajaan mampu bawa pulang pelajar... tapi..

KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Najib Razak menganggap dakwaan kononnya kerajaan tidak mempunyai wang bagi membiayai usaha membawa pulang rakyat Malaysia dari Mesir, adalah pembohongan dan fitnah besar oleh pihak tidak bertanggungjawab.

(Gambar : PELAJAR Malaysia di Universiti di Kaherah beratur untuk mendapatkan nasi lemak yang disediakan oleh Kedutaan Besar Malaysia di Mesir di Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa Kaherah, kelmarin.)

Sambil menyuarakan kekesalannya kerana isu itu dipolitikkan, Perdana Menteri sebaliknya menegaskan, kerajaan berusaha untuk berlaku adil dengan membawa semua rakyat Malaysia sama ada pelajar, ahli perniagaan, pelawat dan pemastautin di Mesir ke Jeddah sebelum diterbangkan ke tanah air.


“Kerajaan tidak pilih ideologi, sama ada mereka orang bulan ke, biru ke, hijau ke, semuanya kita tidak kira, asalkan warga Malaysia adalah menjadi tanggungjawab kerajaan untuk membawa mereka balik dengan selamat.

“Jadi, pengumuman saya hari ini mengenai jaminan untuk membiayai kos bawa pulang rakyat Malaysia sekali gus menafikan apa yang didakwa pihak berkenaan sebagai pembohongan besar.Berita penuh sila baca di SINI

Tapi Najib.. kalau dah ada duit untuk membiayai kos membawa pulang pelajar dari Mesir itu ke Malaysia mengapa perlu dibantu pula oleh Kerajaan Arab Saudi?

Kalau hendak mempercepatkan proses membawa pulang para pelajar itu, hantar saja tambahan pesawat sewa khas kesana.. tak perlulah ehsan dari kerajaan Arab Saudi itu..

Sedangkan Indonesia yang dikatakan lebih miskin dari Malaysia tidak memerlukan pun bantuan dari Arab Saudi untuk membawa pulang rakyatnya dari Mesir..

Tidakkah ini menampakkan yang negara kita ini lebih Sengkek dari Indonesia?


Saudi planes to help bring back students home
February 6, 2011

Two Saudi Airlines aircrafts will be used to assist in speeding up the process of taking students back to Malaysia.

JEDDAH: The Saudi Arabian government is assisting in the process of taking Malaysian students out of Egypt, and who are now being accommodated at the Minadatul Hujaj transit centre, here.

Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Jamil Khir Baharom said the Saudi Arabian government had agreed to allow two aircraft belonging to the Saudi Airlines to be used to assist in speeding up the process of taking the students back to Malaysia.

“The Saudi Arabian government has kindly given us two mercy flights using two of their 747 jumbo jets from the Saudi Airlines,” he told Bernama here.

Meanwhile, the first flight from Jeddah using Malaysia Airlines (MAS) Boeing 747 carrying the first batch of 450 students was expected to depart this afternoon and arriving at the KL International Airport (KLIA) on Monday.

He said so far there were 3,615 Malaysian students at the Madinatul Hujaj and they would be sent home in stages.

Meanwhile, the Political Secretary to the Prime Minister, Shahlan Ismail praised the attitude of the Malaysian students who remained patient and maintained strong discipline during the operation to evacuate them from Cairo to Jeddah.

He said it was certainly not easy to evacuate the remaining 9,000 Malaysian students from Egypt to Jeddah and it required careful planning.

“I also notice the courage and wisdom of the Malaysian students in getting through the road blocks which were set up by members of the public instead of the military or police (along the way to the Cairo airport).

“Some of the food that we had brought for our students at the airport were seized on three occasions. But eventually, we looked for other routes which could by-pass the road blocks and we succeeded. Actually, these were the challenges that we faced because they were not within our control,” he said.

- Bernama

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