Thursday, May 19, 2011

Mana Sekolah Kami Muhyiddin?.. kami ditipu kah?

Semasa kempen Pilihanraya Kecil DUN Merlimau, Muhyiddin dan beberapa orang lagi pemimpin MIC tempatan telah menjanjikan kepada Masyarakat India dikawasan tersebut bahawa Kerajaan UMNO/BN akan membina bangunan baru diatas tanah seluas lima ekar bagi menggantikan sekolah lama yang telah didirikan diatas tanah persendirian lebih dari 20 tahun.

Timbalan Perdana Menteri, Muhyiddin Yassin telah merasmikan kerja pecah tanah pada 14 Feb. beberapa hari sebelum PRK Merlimau untuk mendapatkan undi dari masyarakat India di situ..


Kini pilihanraya telah lama berlalu… Masyarakat India dikawasan tersebut tertanya-tanya adakah cadangan pembinaan sekolah tersebut memang benar mahu dilaksanakan atau sekadar janji pilihanraya?

Hmm.. kesian kat depa.. kena tipu hidup-hidup dengan si Muhyiddin.. tak apa.. lain kali percayalah lagi..


New school an empty election promise

Petaling Jaya: The Indian community in Merlimau, Malacca want to know if the intention to build a new Tamil school for them was just another election promise.

The deputy prime minister Muhyiddin Yassin even went to the extend of officiating the ground breaking ceremony on Feb 14 just before the Merlimau by-election.

G Rajendran, Malacca PKR vice president said after the by-election, which the BN won, there is no sign of any brick or mortar.

Rajendran said that during the by-election, Muhyiddin and local MIC leaders promised the Indian community that the government will build a new building on a five acre land to replace the old school which has been squatting on someone else’s land for more than 20 years.

“Now, it is already three months. Where is the new building?” he asked.

As an example he cited the Hulu Selangor by-election last year , where BN gave RM 3million to a Chinese school in Rasah, Hulu Selangor just two days after BN won the election.

“So, it is clear that the Education Ministry deliberately delayed this project and has sidelined the Indian community,” he said.

He added, it is learnt that Merlimau Tamil school projects fall under 10th Malaysia Plan(10MP) and the government intends to build all the Tamil schools which fall under 10MP after 2013.

“Obviously, the BN government will use the the same method upcoming general-election,” he said . He said during the by-election the Merlimau Tamil school was a key factor BN used to win over the Indian voters .

“I am sure, MIC once again will force the Merlimau Indians to vote for BN. They will ‘threaten’ the voters, by saying vote BN otherwise the government will not build the new school ,” he added.

Rajendran said he will send a letter to Education ministry and Public Works Department(JKR) asking to clarify the current situation of the school.

He also said that the current structure was not safe as the school in a poor state of repair.

Despite numerous attempt, Malacca MIC chief G Perumal could not be reached for comment.


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