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12 January 2013

JKM also abuse of power and involved with UMNO rotten politics as other law enforcement departments...Parents who take children to rallies face prosecution says JKM

Parents who take their children along to the gathering organised by the opposition tomorrow can be prosecuted under the Child Act 2001.

The Director-General of the Social Welfare Department, Datuk Noraini Mohd Hashim, said in a statement here today that parents or guardians were advised against involving children under their care in any activity that could be harmful such as participating in an illegal rally.

She said that anyone bringing their children to such rallies could be charged under Subsection 31(1) of the Child Act 2001, which carried a fine of not more than RM20,000 or imprisonment of not more than 10 years, or both upon conviction.

In this context, she hoped that parents or guardians would protect and not endanger the lives and security of their children. — Bernama






Hey dude, what are u talking about illegally rally ? This rally is approved by police :-). Are you sleeping on your job ? You are treating the rally as illegal ? On what basis ? Take note of him when PR is in Government.

Another clueless advice…are you been misinformed by the police? Tomorrow event has get green light..children is future treasure..let them join together is teaching them citizen value in a country, the true meaning of democracy, what kind of personality they will choose to represent them in the future.stopping them from coming means stop their growth..our children will NOT become your COW..

Noraini, if you put the same amount of energy in taking care of the less fortunate children in Malaysia, then you will not see any child going hungry

senior officer has no power .... what a cock she has....TV3 producer says not her job to verify Nizar’s ‘WWW 1’ tweet

another mudslinger species...but sultan had got piss

A TV3 senior news producer told the High Court here today that she did not do a fact-check on Datuk Seri Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin’s tweet about the Johor Sultan winning the “WWW 1” registration number.

Rohani Ngah, who has worked for the broadcaster for 15 years, said it was her assignment editor who verified the facts before she processed the news to be broadcast on the Buletin Utama prime-news segment on May 30, last year.

“The content, facts are checked by Ing Boon Seng,” said Rohani at the High Court here today.

“Are you involved in the actual verification process?” asked TV3’s lawyer Liew Teck Huat.

“No,” replied the 39-year-old news producer.

Nizar, who is the former Perak mentri besar, filed a RM50 million defamation suit last July against Sistem Televisyen Malaysia Berhad (TV3) and Rohani for its May 30, 2012 news report that allegedly could have been interpreted a number of ways, including that he had committed sedition, was a traitor to the Sultan of Johor and had incited the people to hate the Johor ruler.

Rohani, who wore a purple headscarf, stressed today that she only checked the news report’s story structure, grammar and spelling.

“The story was written by the reporter. He, or she, was assigned by the assignment editor. Assignment editor will check the story.

“Approved by Datuk (Mohd) Ashraf (Abdullah),” she said, referring to the deputy group managing editor of television and radio networks of Media Prima Berhad.

When Nizar’s lawyer Mohd Fikri Asmuni asked Rohani if she had talked to Ashraf about the fairness of the report, she said: “In this case, I leave it to Datuk.”

Ashraf testified earlier today that TV3 had paraphrased Nizar’s tweet to suggest that the Johor ruler had used public funds for the RM520,000 bid.

“Any reasonable person reading the tweets would come to the conclusion,” said Ashraf.

Nizar, however, testified last January that he had never accused the Johor Sultan of using public monies for the coveted registration number.

Rohani denied today that she was negligent in her duties as a news producer.

“I received orders to do the story like that.

“The story was prepared by the editorial team. I just used it,” she said.

“It was approved by my boss,” added Rohani.

Justice Datin Yeoh Wee Siam set Feb 4 for written submissions and March 22 for decision on the case.







As much as I hate TV3, the fact remains that this is a twitter post which is completely unrelated to TV3 itself.

How much salary is she getting as a news producer at TV3? RM10 K a month? Probably more.
Just doing grammar and spelling check? Plain silly! Down with TV3!

The bucks stops with the news producer. If you produce the news then you are responsible and the TV3 is responsible.

Do not push down your responsibility to those below you. It is unbecoming of a leader in your organization.

Those fellas in TV3 do not verify facts. They consume garbage and spew out the like.

Opposition figures do NOT have room to tweek information, it has been the hobby and forte of those on the opposite divide to cut their nose to spite their own face. And they thought they could get away scot-free simply because the system favoured them!

They thought that by dragging Sdr Nizar into a controversy which involved a VVIP, it would make him looked every bit a traitor to his race and religion, and that his political career would be cut short, and cast into oblivion. They had figured that Nizar would earn public odium and deemed to be a person unworthy of their trust.

What they didn't expect was that a person of character, honour and dignity would fight back in the face of extreme adversary. They didn't expect that Sdr Nizar would bounce back stronger, with improved credibility, dignified and considered a hero of the people.

The Malays should be proud that their compatriot had withstood wilful and malicious lies, despicable acts of vengeance, brutal character-assassination, political backstabbing and abuse of main stream media and government machineries.

Sdr Nizar has our fullest support! The court must now find the evil party guilty as charged...

what kind of company take proton but we do not be fooled , except all the UMNO-BN cronies therein removed ......Toyota set to overtake Syed Mokhtar’s Proton

UMNO's  cronies.....please dont  buy  his that you purchase, will be donated to the UMNO and Jewish  fund

At its peak, four of every five cars sold in Malaysia was a Proton, but the carmaker is now in danger of slipping into third spot in sales behind Toyota and Perodua, the second national car company that has ruled the roost for over six years.
Industry sources told The Edge newspaper in an article published today that Proton saw its market share slip in December 2012 to just 17.7 per cent, with Toyota now a close third at 17.1 per cent share of passenger vehicle sales in the country.

“Perodua (Perusahaan Otomobil Kedua Sdn Bhd) is the runway market leader while Proton over the last few years has been a strong second. Now Toyota is closing in on Proton’s position,” an unnamed executive told the financial daily.

Proton is controlled by Tan Sri Syed Mokhtar Al-Bukhary’s DRB-Hicom.

Industry executives told the financial daily that Proton’s sales fell by over 11 per cent to 140,000 units from 158,000 units a year earlier, missing the company’s target of 200,000 units by a wide margin.

Proton was established by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad in 1983 and became a poster child of the former prime minister’s industrialisation policies.

Dr Mahathir had made it patriotic to buy a Proton, but the company has seen its sales slump in the last decade due to increasing liberalisation of the Malaysian market.

In the early days, Protons were rebadged models from technical partner Mitsubishi’s older range, which provided a solid foundation for the fledgling automaker but also limited its ability to innovate.

It later succeeded in developing its own vehicle platforms independent of the Japanese carmaker but has since gone back to the practice of rebadging with the Inspira, which is based on the Mitsubishi Lancer.

Malaysians were also unhappy with being able to afford only Protons as a result of protectionist taxes and duties meant to shield the carmaker in its early years but later became indefinite.

The backlash following the relaxation of vehicle import and local assembly rules saw buyers abandon the local manufacturer for the increasingly abundant range of foreign makes.

According to The Edge, Proton’s lack of new models bar one for 2013 will also put it under added pressure this year, given the growingly competitive market.






When a company with the support of the whole country behind it but still can not come out on top, something is seriously wrong.

Rebadged Japanese cars and called them national cars is actually a shame and Malaysia can overcome China as copy cat nation in future

Before it could happen, the ever helpful to CRONIES UMNO will come to the rescue without any hesistation - with the RAKYAT'S MONEY, AS SURE AS THE SUN RISES FROM THE EAST. How many of the Proton dealers and parts suplliers together with the middle men are non-UMNO connected?

10 January 2013

UMNOputra DIRTY DEAL.....Drop Awan Megah from Puspahanas project, Mindef told

The Defence Ministry should drop National Defence Education Centre (Puspahanas) contractor Awan Megah Sdn Bhd as it failed to complete the project on time

The firm owned by Selangor Wanita Umno leader Senator Raja Datuk Ropiaah Abdullah was awarded the contract for the project in 2005 in exchange for some 80 hectares of land in Bukit Raja, Selangor and RM27 million.

The checks with the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) showed that the project in Precinct 1, Putrajaya was originally planned to be completed by January 24, 2011.

Defence Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi confirmed yesterday that the project will now only be completed in mid-2015, four years after the original deadline.

They planned to commence construction only on October 1, 2010, but even that was delayed..

The project had been planned to commence on September 25, 2008 but was subsequently delayed. Works only began in August 2012, according to construction workers interviewed at Puspahanas’ construction site.

We also highlighted the RM72.5 million performance bond agreed to between the developer and the ministry during the privatisation deal, which expired on February 3, 2011.

The performance bond is valued as a company’s total financial commitment to a project, subject to the developer completing the project before the bond expires.

By right, the Defence Ministry has every right to liquidate the bond and appoint a new contractor to finish the project..

That is as good as forfeiting RM72.5 million.

When  visited the Puspahanas site on Monday, we saw that the project remains uncompleted beyond some building frames out of the original 12 planned, hidden by a bank of white zinc wall panels.

Fewer than 10 construction workers clad in yellow hard hats could be seen working on various areas of the project, which is going ahead albeit very slowly.

Zahid conceded yesterday that the project is well overdue, and blamed a land swap deal gone wrong instead of the developer.

“Right now, Puspahanas in Putrajaya is in the construction phase. We’ve been monitoring it because it is a privatisation deal,” he told reporters.

“Progress reports have been delivered to me, and we have targeted its completion date. We target a completion date of mid-2015, at the very latest.”






The contractor should be fined at least RM5000 PER DAY for the delay if it is a NORMAL Contract?? This is CLEARLY a Lu tolong gua, gua tolong lu UMNOputra DIRTY DEAL!! and then WHERE ARE U MACC????

MACC only belongs to UMNO point asking them to do their work as they will always clean up the mess created by Umno Cronies...

these BN morons must think the people are so stupid to believe their mindless excuses, and i wonder if our defence minister felt stupid giving such a lame excuse to cover up such incompetence. All its gonna do is set a precedent for other incompetent contractors..

pakatan rakyat finally able to use the stadium for rally

Pakatan Rakyat (PR) has received approval from the Stadium Merdeka management to hold their Himpunan Kebangkitan Rakyat mega-rally there this Saturday, its leaders said today.

PR will send a delegation to meet the Stadium Merdeka management tomorrow morning, PAS deputy president Mohamad Sabu, PKR vice-president Tian Chua and DAP strategist Liew Chin Tong told a joint press conference here.

“There are no terms and conditions (imposed by Stadium Merdeka),” Mohamad, better known as Mat Sabu (picture), told the media at the PAS headquarters here today.

“There is a deposit of RM75,000. That we will pay,” he added.

Mohamad added that the youth wings of PAS, PKR and DAP, as well as non-governmental organisations (NGOs), will organise two separate gatherings in Petaling Jaya and Kuala Lumpur respectively on the night before the rally.

When asked if people will march to the stadium this Saturday, Mohamad said: “We’ll walk. Not march.”

He also said that neither the police nor the Stadium Merdeka management have barred the rally organisers from putting up banners at the gathering.

Chua noted that the police had said that no roadblocks would be set up.

“We do not see there is chaos,” he said.

After rally organisers met Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Tan Sri Ismail Omar yesterday, they said that the police would facilitate the rally to make it a peaceful and “historic moment.”

Activist Hishamuddin Rais, who was also at today’s press conference, said that the rally organisers will discuss Stadium Merdeka’s seating capacity with the stadium management tomorrow.

The January 12 mega-rally will see the participation of civil society movements pushing for various demands ahead of Election 2013, including the scrapping of the Lynas rare-earth plant in Kuantan, the promise of fair royalty payments to oil-producing states, free education and a fair electoral process.

Rally organisers target a turnout of one million people who are expected to be clothed according to the signature colour of their respective causes — fluorescent green for anti-Lynas groups, canary yellow for electoral reform group Bersih 2.0, orange for the anti-Felda Global Venture Holdings (FGVH) listing movement and bright red for pro-oil royalty groups.






Those attending the gathering advise to bring along your towel,salt & water...just incase.

The present so called govt's has no creditbility in what they said or do. Remember, what happened during the bersih 2 & 3.

A minor 'V' victory for Malaysians and hope the Govt is sincere not to implant hooligans to destroy this peaceful gatherings

Let's see what happens till Saturday ... will there be an about turn ? I won't be surprised.

Anyway, I attend the rally
1. not to fight with PDRM
2. not to cause trouble to the public
3. not because I am paid to do so.
4. because I believe in what I believe.
5. because I want my presence to be seen and heard
6. because I support other just causes
and most important of all ....

08 January 2013

long-abandoned projects due to corruption ... finally tried in force completed due to pressure from the opposition......Puspahanas will only complete in 2015, says Mindef

The Defence Ministry today conceded that the National Defence Education Centre (Puspahanas) project planned in Precinct 1, Putrajaya will only be completed in mid-2015, and blamed a land swap problem as the reason for the delay.
Awan Megah Sdn Bhd, owned by Selangor Wanita Umno leader Senator Raja Datuk Ropiaah Abdullah, was awarded the contract for the project in 2005 in exchange for some 80 hectares of land in Bukit Raja, Selangor and RM27 million.

“Right now, Puspahanas in Putrajaya is in the construction phase. We’ve been monitoring it because it is a privatisation deal,” Defence Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi told reporters here.

“Progress reports have been delivered to me, and we have targeted its completion date. We target a completion date of mid-2015, at the very latest.”

The project was started on November 21, 2008 with a groundbreaking ceremony by the then prime minister and defence minister Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, and it was initially scheduled to complete at 2011.

“(The original deadline) couldn’t be satisfied because there was a problem. We understand very much that it’s not their fault,” he said, referring to developer Awan Megah.
Zahid blamed a land swap deal that had gone wrong, but did not elaborate on it.

The Malaysian Insider visited the Puspahanas site yesterday, and saw that the project remains uncompleted beyond some skeletal buildings out of the original 12 planned, hidden by a bank of white zinc wall panels.

Fewer than 10 construction workers clad in yellow hard hats could be seen working on various areas of the project which is going ahead, but very slowly.

Deputy Defence Minister Datuk Dr Abdul Latif Ahmad declined earlier to comment on the project last week, saying he did not have any information about the project that was first mooted in 1971.

The project was initially planned for Templer Park, Rawang, and from 1972 to 1985, the government had proceeded with land acquisition for the original site. In 1980, the Armed Forces Conference approved the project. In 1993, the Armed Forces Defence College Board decided to privatise it. In 1996, the Defence Ministry applied to the Economic Planning Unit in the Prime Minister’s Department for the privatisation.

In 1997, the Cabinet approved on principle the privatisation of the Puspahanas project to Awan Megah in return for 223 acres of government land in Bukit Raja to be transferred to the company for commercial development.

In August 1997, then Armed Forces Chief General Tan Sri Ismail Omar said the Puspahanas construction work would begin at the end of 1997 and was expected to be completed in 2002. Awan Megah was finally awarded the deal in 2005, and the project was relocated to Precinct 1 in Putrajaya.

At the groundbreaking ceremony in 2008, Badawi had said it would also serve as a catalyst for defence relations and co-operation among countries in the region and would be in line with the government’s commitment to preserve regional and international peace.

“Realising this need, Puspahanas was conceived with the aim of providing ultra-modern and quality training facilities for ATM (Armed Forces) officers in military matters and national defence,” he said at the groundbreaking ceremony of the project, as reported by state news agency






umNoputras and Ali Babas, what is the point of of ETP,GTP ,ABC when a simple project involving the military and security of the country pun need 40 years to complete. Want to be a developed country ?...the only dream

you can see in the picture, that the walls have already turned green... who knows how long it has been in the same state.

Project started on November 21, 2008 and scheduled to complete in 2011. Already delayed 14 months. Now reschedule to be completed by 2015. May I ask how much MORE will be the cost overrun?

Is this what BN always proudly say "Janji ditepati" ?? dick head....zahid....!!!!

This exercise is merely to get someone off the hook and it is not surprising that some buildings in this shoddy mega project will collapse !!! Malaysia is Nahas, with rampant and glaring corruptions and deceptions !!

Ridiculous! Puspahanas remains uncompleted but the land have been sold!

The land in the first place belong to government and given to UMNO crony in exchange for Puspahanas (cost RM100 million) and now bought it back at even higher price! Ridiculous! ? Sound like a big scam!

Yet ANOTHER PIECE of BIG SKELETON fell out of the closet!! There are MANY MORE of these DIRTY UMNO SKELETONS that had been BURIED in the last 5 decades in power. Can the Rakyat FIGURE OUT HOW MANY RM Billions this HOPELESS government HAD SQUANDERED???? Cover Up, Cover Up and MORE COVER UP............RESIGN Zahid! RESIGN Najib! The Rakyat DEMAND that you DISSOLVE PARLIMENT!

UMNO robbers movie .... where want to admit ....Zahid Hamidi denies nod from top in Ropiaah land deal

Defence Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi today finally came out and defended the armed forces pension fund’s involvement in a land deal after a few weeks of silence from his ministry.

Zahid asserted that the planned acquisition of a piece of land from Awan Megah Sdn Bhd for RM130 million and a 80 per cent stake in Astacanggih Sdn Bhd by Boustead Sdn Bhd is a corporate decision by the firm, with no influence from his ministry or the Cabinet. The Lembaga Tabung Angkatan Tentere (LTAT) armed forces pension fund owns 60 per cent of Boustead.

“The transaction is a corporate one ... There was no order from LTAT, Ministry of Defence, or the prime minister to me,” Zahid (picture) told a press conference here.

“It’s a fully commercial decision.”

The minister also debated PKR’s Rafizi Ramli’s allegations that the deal makes no commercial sense, saying that the land in Bukit Raja is actually valued at double the price paid by Boustead.

“The market valuation report (for the land) is worth RM350 million,” he said, referring to a price given by a private land valuer.

Yesterday, Rafizi claimed that the land is only worth RM72.5 million, based on a copy of the privatisation deal for Puspahanas dated July 17, 2009 which showed that Awan Megah was required to provide a land bond totalling RM72.5 million as security.

The land bond, usually called a “performance bond”, is valued the same as a company’s total financial commitment to a project, subject to its performance.

Zahid also pointed out that Boustead’s share price jumped to RM5.96 from RM4.98 after the deal was announced in Bursa Malaysia, further bolstering his claim that the deal makes commercial sense.

“It’s clear that investors are confident with Boustead,” he said.

Zahid repeated the point that no public funds were used in the deal, and that it was financed fully by Boustead, despite LTAT owning a major stake in the company.

The defence minister also mentioned that he is mulling legal action against Rafizi for defaming him.

Two weeks ago, Rafizi accused Zahid of abusing his power by spending public money through LTAT to acquire Astacanggih, which is owned by controversial businessman Deepak Jaikishan.

He called the deal “an outright bribery”, and alleged that it was made to silence Deepak from exposing scandals involving politicians who have dealt with the businessman.

However, Deepak has today offered to buy back his shares sold to Boustead, but did not state his reason for doing so.

Rafizi also claimed that the deal makes no commercial sense since Awan Megah has no track record in construction and possesses a terrible financial record, with only RM6,180 in assets.

He pointed out that the latest financial statement filed by Awan Megah to the Companies Commission of Malaysia showed that its last activity was on December 31, 1993, 12 years before the Puspahanas deal award.






No public fund? Hello! Boustead is a public company lah...if not pubilc company, why bother to announce to Bursa. Also, you also got your facts wrong. Since the deal was announce, share price has been down not up. I dunno where the hell did you get information that Boustead share priice has risen from RM4.98 to RM5.96

Don't trust Zahid ever again.
Remember he said he will clarify the Scorpene deal, but later back out when the French court is querying?

Don't trust him again.

Please sue Zahid.
The deal is questionnable.

Surprising that the land is worth RM350 million when it can only be used to build military buildings and not property development. What kind of valuer is that?

07 January 2013

between 1 malaysia grand corruption and empty promises by UMNO 's dog eater corruption....Putrajaya dangles RM1,000 BR1M as vote bait

Putrajaya may double the RM500 cash aid distributed under its Bantuan Rakyat 1 Malaysia (BR1M) programme and make it a permanent policy, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has said, dangling yet another election carrot before voters as the country prepares itself to face the most heated poll contest yet.

Chinese daily Oriental Daily reported the deputy prime minister as telling a meet-the-people session in Tanjung Malim, Perak, yesterday that this could become reality should the national income and tax revenue exceed RM125 billion.

According to the daily, Muhyiddin said that BR1M would not only be given out for the second time, but possibly for a “third, fourth, fifth [time] or forever, if BN (Barisan Nasional) wins the government”.

The BN administration announced a second round of the RM500 cash handouts last year during Budget 2013, in a move that is expected to boost Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s and the ruling pact’s ratings ahead of the coming polls.

The first BR1M paid out to nearly five million families at a cost to taxpayers of RM2.6 billion earlier last year saw Najib’s approval ratings shoot up to 69 per cent, largely due to a surge among lower-income households.

But the aftermath of violence that erupted between police and demonstrators at the April 28 Bersih rally for free and fair elections saw his popularity slide to 64 per cent in June.

More than 2.3 million applications have been received for BR1M 2.0 as at December 17, with more than 1.6 million of the applications from unmarried youths and more than 720,000 from households.

Malaysians with a household income of less than RM3,000 a month are eligible for the one-off RM500 cash aid, while unmarried individuals aged 21 and above and earning not more than RM2,000 a month are eligible for a one-off RM250 aid.

BR1M 2.0 is expected to benefit 4.3 million households and 2.7 million single unmarried individuals, compared to 4.2 million people for the first BR1M last year.

corrupted blogger apologises to Khalid Samad for crucifix caricature

A pro-Umno blogger apologised to PAS MP Khalid Samad today for featuring on his blog a caricature of the latter holding a crucifix.
The Shah Alam MP had sued blogger Dr Novandri Hasan Basri — more widely known as Dr MiM — for defamation.

“Dr Novandri agreed to apologise and pay costs for his action in defaming me through his blog article,” Khalid tweeted this morning after the hearing of his suit at the Penang High Court today.

PAS news portal Harakah Daily reported today that Novandri agreed to settle the case out of court by apologising openly to the PAS central working committee member.

The blogger had put up a caricature of Khalid holding a crucifix on a January 15, 2010, blog post titled “Penjarakan Khalid Bishop Samad” (“Jail Khalid Bishop Samad”).

In the out-of-court settlement, Novandri’s apology must be featured on Harakah Daily and his blog.

The apology on Harakah Daily states:

“I, Dr Novandri Hasan Basri, would like to very sincerely apologise and withdraw all the defamatory words and pictures against YB Haji Khalid bin Abd Samad, as found in the article titled ‘Penjarakan Khalid Bishop Samad’ that was published on the blog on 15/1/2010. I also regret any wrongdoing and want to apologise to YB Haji Abdul Khalid bin Samad for the post. I promise to stop and will not repeat that publication and those words in future.”

Khalid was represented by lawyer Mohamad Hanipa Maidin.






What doctor is this Dr Novandri Hasan Basri ?

This Novandri character is the head of Umno Bukit Gelugor. It has been mentioned that this guy had a red IC when he was in school. Now he's a true blue Umnoputra?

His mind is corrupted and twisted .

Mind corruption is also a form of corruption .(like playing Fafcebook) ..ask MACC to charge him

We had another "doctor" as our PM not that long ago, and that guy is a much better magician than David Copperfield.

MORE THAN ONE TRILLION of our money has disappear, because of that "doctor".

Will Utusan, TV3, RTM 1,2 publish this apology?

Khalid shouldn't have settled for out-of-court settlement. Sue and bankrupt those liars!

We should not accept out-of-court settlements. UMNO will continue with such lies and defamation and get away easy. At least for now UMNO behaves like a bottomless pit of moneys to fund such forays. My advise is to take them to open court, uneveil who they are and ask for damages that only 3 generations of their kin can earn to settle in full.

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