Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Did you know that:
- gasses emitted from landfills is the biggest contributor to greenhouse gasses in Malaysia?
(smoke from power stations comes next and vehicle exhaust fumes only comes in third);
- there is no such thing as 100% 'safe' incinerator in the world. Accidents and explosions occur even at sites managed by the most advanced countries such Japan, Germany and Holland. Even with the 'cleanest' incinerators, 5% of the remnant ash is toxic and these are even harder to dispose then the actual waste.
- organic waste is more of a health hazard then non-organic waste as they emit methane gases, foul odour and poison our underground water system.
Lesson from it all?
I guess we have recycle more and waste less.
Lets do our part to help earth heal itself.
Saturday, April 27, 2013
Sekolah Menengah di Kota Kemuning
Lampu Jalan di kawasan Johan Setia
Saturday, April 20, 2013
1. Ensuring Safety/Security within the constituency/Menjamin Keselamatan penduduk di Parlimen Kota Raja
2. Addressing the flood problem/Menangani Masalah Banjir
3.Improving Public Transport and Roads/Meningkatkan pengangkutan awam dan jalan raya
4.Opening government day care centre/Membuka pusat penjagaan kanak-kanak kerajaan
5.Opening FIVE 1Malaysia clinics/Membuka LIMA Klinik 1Malaysia
I have to rush back now, so will update my blog on how I will implement these AkuJanji manifesto at nite or tomorrow when I find some time. I have opened the Bilik Gerakan Jentera Pilihan Raya Barisan Nasional at
No 37, Jalan 25/67, Taman Sri Muda. I may not be able to answer calls during this time, as I will be in busy with ceramah and campaigning work. So I suggest to contact my secretary Ms.Theeba at 0129720853.
All praises belong to God only
Thursday, March 29, 2012
KUALA LUMPUR: MIC's major challenge is to cater to the needs of Indians in the middle and higher income bracket, party secretary-general S. Murugesan said.
He said the party had shifted from merely focusing on the lower income group as the economic standing of the community had changed greatly.
“The party has been doing the same things for a long time, and failed to cater to the needs of the segment of the community which had moved up to the middle and higher income group,” he said.
Citing an example, he said the party was still carrying out activities such as the MyDaftar program-me to provide documentation in-cluding birth certificates and MyKad for the community, catering mainly to the lower income group in the rural areas.
“We need to transform to be relevant and cater to Indians who are educated and professionals with different needs. This is our challenge,” he said.
Murugesan said that under the leadership of Datuk Seri G. Palanivel, MIC was also trying to woo more Indian professionals and youths to join the party.
“We need new ideas and fresh perspectives on how to approach matters,'' he said, adding that all division leaders had been advised to be more inclusive and open up to new possibilities.
He said MIC had accepted that the country's political landscape had completely changed, and people were more vocal and expressive with the power of the Internet.