Dua bersaudara didakwa tipu tuntutan insurans kereta palsu – Mahkamah


KUALA LUMPUR 12 April – Dua bersaudara mengaku tidak bersalah di Mahkamah Sesyen Selayang dekat sini hari ini atas 32 pertuduhan cuba menipu dan telah menipu tujuh syarikat insurans berhubung tuntutan insurans kenderaan palsu, dua tahun lalu.

DUA sepupu mengaku tidak bersalah atas 32 pertuduhan cuba menipu dan telah menipu tujuh syarikat insurans berhubung tuntutan insurans kenderaan palsu, dua tahun lalu di Mahkamah Sesyen Selayang, Selangor, hari ini. – UTUSAN/ROY AZIS ABD. AZIZ

Ang Ban Yong, 34, dan sepupunya, Ang Ban Tien, 37, membuat pengakuan tersebut selepas semua pertuduhan terhadap mereka selesai dibacakan di hadapan Hakim Rasyihah Ghazali.

Ban Yong didakwa atas 27 pertuduhan cuba menipu agensi terlibat dan tiga pertuduhan menipu pegawai insurans manakala Ban Tien pula didakwa atas dua pertuduhan cuba menipu syarikat sama.

Mengikut pertuduhan, Ban Yong didakwa cuba menipu enam syarikat insurans melalui 27 individu dengan cara memperdayakan syarikat itu untuk mempercayai bahawa butiran dalam borang tuntutan insurans yang dikemukakan adalah benar sedangkan tertuduh mengetahui bahawa perkara berkenaan adalah tidak benar.

Kontraktor pembinaan itu juga didakwa atas tiga pertuduhan cuba menipu pegawai di sebuah syarikat insurans dengan cara yang sama sehingga mendorong mereka meluluskan tuntutan tersebut yang berjumlah RM89,000.

Sementara itu, Ban Tien yang merupakan pekerja logistik pula didakwa atas dua pertuduhan cuba menipu sebuah syarikat insurans terlibat melalui dua individu bagi tujuan sama.

Kesemua perbuatan tersebut didakwa dilakukan di dua lokasi iaitu di Selayang dan Rawang dekat sini antara 22 November 2016 dan 16 Mac lalu.

Bagi pertuduhan cuba menipu, pihak pendakwaan mengemukakan pertuduhan mengikut Seksyen 420 Kanun Keseksaan dibaca bersama Seksyen 511 kanun sama yang memperuntukkan hukuman penjara maksimum 10 tahun dan sebat serta denda.

Sementara bagi pertuduhan menipu, pertuduhan dikemukakan mengikut Seksyen 420 kanun sama yang memperuntukkan hukuman serupa.

Pendakwaan dikendalikan oleh Timbalan-Timbalan Pendakwa Raya, Rozana Husin dan Ahmad Zuhaini Mahamad Amin manakala kedua-dua tertuduh diwakili peguam-peguam M.K. Thas dan Cheng Poh Heng.

Mahkamah kemudian membenarkan Ban Yong diikat jamin RM105,000 manakala Ban Tien pula diikat jamin RM14,000 masing-masing dengan seorang penjamin berserta syarat tambahan iaitu perlu melapor diri di balai polis berhampiran dua kali sebulan serta dilarang mengganggu mangsa dan ahli keluarga mereka selain menetapkan 23 Mei ini untuk sebutan kes.

Hari ini akhbar Utusan Malaysia melaporkan kejayaan pihak polis dalam menumpaskan sindiket penipuan tuntutan insurans melibatkan kerugian RM2.9 juta susulan penahanan 10 lelaki termasuk anggota penguat kuasa dalam Operasi Lejang Persatuan Insu­rans Am Malaysia (PIAM) 2018 di Selangor baru-baru ini. – UTUSAN ONLINE



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Honor Bakal Memperkenalkan Komputer Riba Pertama Mereka Honor MagicBook – Amanz


Honor terkenal kerana menawarkan telefon pintar spesifikasi tinggi pada harga mampu milik seperti Honor View 10 yang memiliki spesifikasi yang hampir sama dengan Huawei Mate 10. Kini mereka akan melancarkan sebuah komputer riba sama seperti yang dilakukan oleh Huawei. Komputer riba pertama mereka ini akan dikenali sebagai Honor MagicBook.

Pada awalnya, Honor MagicBook ini hanyalah satu jenaka untuk April Fool. Ini kerana, rekaan MagicBook ini mempunyai bingkai yang terlampau nipis dan dilihat seperti tidak masuk akal.

Kini Honor telah menerbitkan poster promosi melalui akaun Weibo rasmi mereka di mana Honor MagicBook bakal dilancarkan pada 19 April 2018 bersama dengan Honor 10. Sama-sama kita nantikan maklumat lanjut mengenai MagicBook ini seperti spesifikasi, rekaan dan penawaran harga pada minggu hadapan.



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SENG GIAW PERLI, ROKET SEKARANG DAH JADI “KAIN BURUK”!!! ~ SEMUT HITAM


Begitulah tindakan yang dilakukan oleh DAPigs. Demi untuk memenuhi kepentingan Politik peribadi, apa saja sanggup dilakukan bagi mencapai cita – cita mereka. Termasuk menggadaikan maruah parti.

Demi untuk mengaburi mata rakyat, DAPigs sanggup bersetuju untuk menggunakan logo PKR walaupun pada hakikatnya tindakan itu mendapat bantahan dari kalangan pemimpin parti tersebut.

Namun hakikatnya, DAPigs hanya sekadar menjadi seperti Musang Berbulu Ayam untuk mencapai kuasa dengan mempergunakan orang lain demi memenuhi kepentingan peribadi mereka.

Maka tak hairan la sekiranya Veteran DAPigs seperti Tan Seng Giaw tampil secara terbuka mengkritik tindakan parti itu kerana menggunakan logo PKR dalam Pilihan Raya Umum kali ini.

Antara lain, Seng Giaw mendakwa tindakan pucuk pimpinan DAPigs tidak mengambil kira kesan negatif terhadap parti dan terlalu gopoh membuat keputusan untuk menggunakan logo PKR.

Malah, Seng Giaw juga memberikan gambaran, sekiranya logo yang diperjuangkan selama 52 tahun pun sanggup diubah dengan begitu sahaja, inikan pula perkara lain yang lebih penting dari itu.

Dalam erti kata lainnya, jika DAPigs sanggup menggadaikan maruah parti untuk mencapai hasrat peribadi mereka sendiri, tidak mustahil sekiranya parti itu sanggup mengubah Perlembagaan dan menghapuskan hak orang Melayu Bumiputera selepas mereka dapat kuasa kelak!!!




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BN Terengganu akan turut kemukakan calon wanita – Politik


HULU TERENGGANU 12 April- Barisan Nasional (BN) Terengganu akan mengemukakan seorang calon wanita tunggal dalam Pilihan Raya Umum Ke-14 (PRU-14).

Menteri Besar, Datuk Seri Ahmad Razif Abdul Rahman ketika mengesahkannya tidak menyebut siapa dan bagi kerusi kawasan mana calon itu akan dipertaruhkan dalam membawa cabaran BN menghadapi PRU-14 yang dianggar cukup mencabar itu.

“Dalam senarai itu ada nama wanita,” katanya yang juga Pengerusi BN negeri berhubung langkah tersebut sebagai menghargai perjuangan wanita, dan telah mendapat persetujuan daripada pucuk pimpinan.

Beliau berkata demikian ketika berucap dalam majlis Pelancaran Manifesto Tambahan BN Terengganu dan Jentera Pilihan Raya Parlimen Hulu Terengganu yang disempurnakan oleh Timbalan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Dr. Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

Manifesto tambahan BN Terengganu bertemakan ‘Masa Hadapan Kita Bina Bersama’ turut menyenaraikan usaha meningkatkan penglibatan golongan wanita yang berkelayakan dalam pentadbiran kerajaan dan syarikat berkaitan kerajaan (GLC). – UTUSAN ONLINE



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Things Park Rangers Want You to Know


Go beyond the overlooks

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No matter which park you’re visiting, walk at least a quarter mile down a trail. You’ll get away from the crowds and experience a completely different perspective.

People will do anything for a picture

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A tragic accident that happens surprisingly often: People pose as if they’re falling off a cliff for a photo but then actually fall off. These gorgeous national park photos will leave you awestruck.

Stay put if you get lost

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The more you move around, the harder you are to find. If you can’t reach us on your phone, spread out brightly colored clothing.

We do a lot more than lead nature talks and campfire sing-alongs

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Rangers make arrests, fight fires, search for missing hikers, conduct public health inspections, manage wildlife, and watch for suspicious characters and fugitives.

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I’ve seen my share of visitors in the buff

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That includes nude yoga, naked hikers, and couples getting intimate in secluded areas. Don’t miss these 15 amazing American campsites that should be on your bucket list.

Have a fourth grader in your family?

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You’re in luck: At everykidinapark.gov, fourth graders can sign up for an annual pass that grants them and a carload of passengers free access to all national parks.

Here’s how to skip summer crowds

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To avoid crowds during busy summer months, check out Death Valley instead of the Grand Canyon, Kings Canyon instead of Yosemite, or Capitol Reef instead of Zion. These National Parks are off the beaten path.

We work hard to keep poachers out

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Some raid our parks for plant life to sell to the floral industry. Others have used antifreeze to collect moths and butterflies. Some have even killed bears for their gallbladders, which can fetch $3,000 each as a “traditional medicine” in Asia.

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You’re closer to a national park than you think

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People associate national parks with the wilderness, but about a third of the 410 National Park Service sites are actually in urban areas.

Don’t be a “code W”

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That’s what some rangers call wimpy tourists who request a rescue when there is nothing medically wrong with them. Lots of people call and say they’re too tired to keep hiking. Sorry, but we’re not going to send a helicopter for that. Here are medical treatments you can do on yourself, according to a survival medicine doctor.

Many people don’t read the signs—including us

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I was in a national park with my son once, and we walked right to the edge of a drop-off. We were marveling at the scenery when I heard a park ranger behind us clear his throat. We had walked right by a big sign that read, “Danger: Don’t go past this sign.”

Keep your distance from any animal, whether it’s a squirrel or a buffalo

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One time at Yellowstone, a bison was eating grass near a parking lot. People tried to take selfies, but the bison got mad and attacked someone. If you must get a close-up, invest in a telephoto lens.

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People have asked me if the Grand Canyon is human-made…

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…what time we feed the animals, and when we turn on the waterfalls. Other visitors know more historical facts than I do. Yet no matter what your knowledge level is, if I teach you one thing you didn’t know before, I’ve done my job as a park ranger. These National Parks are even more incredible on starry nights.

We have a diversity problem

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Despite record numbers of visitors to our parks, the vast majority are white people, and African Americans, in particular, are severely underrepresented. The Park Service doesn’t regularly track attendance numbers by race or ethnicity, but the most recent survey for the system found that minorities as a whole make up only 22 percent of visitors to our parks, even though they comprise nearly 40 percent of the U.S. population. In 2009, separate studies of Yosemite and Everglades national parks found that a minuscule 1 percent of visitors to each park were African American. As the National Park Service celebrates its Centennial this year, we’ve launched several efforts to attract more minority visitors, including an advertising push and hiring more black rangers.

Always check for cancellations if something is sold out

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Many visitors reserve rooms, tours, and campsites up to a year in advance and end up changing their plans a few weeks out. We also get a lot of same-day cancellations, so it’s worth a call that morning to see if you can get in. By the way, you can bring your pooch to these National Parks.

Please don’t ask a park ranger this question

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“Where’s the best place to watch the sunset at the Grand Canyon?” This is like asking a mother of triplets to pick her favorite. There’s 277 miles of rim on two sides of the canyon. Just pick a spot and watch it happen.

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The one thing every visitor forgets to pack is common sense

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We’ve seen people hiking into the Grand Canyon in stiletto heels and rubber flip-flops, heading up a mountain despite a severe thunderstorm warning, or setting off on a trail with no idea how steep it is or how far it goes. Those are the kinds of things that get you into trouble. Do some research before you set off; pack water, a flashlight, and a raincoat; and always take a map. Here are some proven skills to survive any emergency.

Never spend time in a park without talking to a ranger

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Our heads are crammed with trivia, interesting facts, and historical information about our locations, and we love sharing it with you. Your tax dollars are paying for us so you might as well take advantage. Here are a few good questions to ask: What’s something I wouldn’t learn just by looking at exhibits or walking the trails? What is your favorite spot in the park?

I’m not just being polite when I ask you these questions

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“Where are you hiking today? How much water do you have?” It’s part of an effort called “Preventative Search and Rescue” that aims to help visitors be more prepared before they hike. If I suggest a shorter hike or a long break in a shady spot, take my advice. We’ve seen a dramatic drop in our search-and-rescue calls since we launched the program in the Grand Canyon in 1997.

If you’ve got kids, don’t miss our Junior Ranger program

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Designed for children ages 5-12, kids pick up a booklet in the visitor’s center and complete a specified number of age-appropriate activities, such as finding items in the park, completing a word search, or attending a ranger-led program. Once they finish, a ranger will lead them in a mini-ceremony and give them a coveted Junior Ranger Badge.

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Visit early morning or evening if you can

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That’s when the wildlife will be out, the crowds will be thin, and the light is truly beautiful. Check out these photos of National Parks in full bloom.

The hardest part of the job for many of us is dealing with suicides

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From 2003-2009, 286 suicides took place in national parks, according to a 2010 CDC report on the problem. We are trained to intervene when a visitor is considering suicide, and we have to recover their bodies when we’re too late. One time the office got a phone call from a woman who was wondering how often rangers patrol a specific overlook. That seemed strange to me, so I asked a few questions and she eventually told me she was thinking about ending her life. (She wanted to know how long her body would be there before a ranger found her.) Then she hung up on me. Fortunately, I was able to trace the call, find her and talk her out of going through with it.

Don’t let your children run ahead

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It’s so easy for them to get off the trail, and then suddenly, you’ve lost the kids and you’re calling me to help you find them. Try to keep everyone within sight of each other.

Don’t pay for a tour when you can get one for free

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In most parks, we know more than the paid tour guides, and we have regular talks, tours, and programs. In Washington, D.C., for example, we offer tours on the National Mall every day, including a weekend bike tour, an evening lantern walk, and programs for kids. Check nps.gov for a schedule.

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In this job, we never know what we’re going to encounter next:

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A big horn sheep jumping through a window of a park hotel. A surly elk with Christmas lights stuck in his antlers. Or a Japanese man rolling a suitcase several miles into the Grand Canyon because he thought his hotel was down there! I once captured an escaped bank robber at Yosemite who had to call 911 because he was scared and lost.

People who don’t respect the park drive me crazy

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The park is our chapel, so when you feed the wildlife, dump your trash, build an illegal campfire, party in a loud and obnoxious way, drive off-road, or scratch a tree, it’s like you are defacing a holy place.

Respect the edge

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Many people have tragically lost their footing and fallen to their deaths while monkeying around in an area without a guardrail. If your hat or your camera lens cap falls just over the edge, come get one of us instead of reaching for it. We have long poles with grabbers. Last summer, this kid with a cochlear implant somehow flicked a part of it off his ear and it went over the Grand Canyon’s South rim. It was a $12,000 device that helps him hear. Holy cow. But we were easily able to get it.

Our ranger motto:

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“Protect the park from the people, the people from the park, and the people from the people.”

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Don’t overdo it to stay hydrated

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Hikers trying to stay hydrated sometimes drink too much water and suffer from water intoxication, which can be just as deadly as being dehydrated. So go for what we call “mellow yellow.” Drink just enough water to keep your urine light yellow in color. This is what your urine color says about your health. And, if you get low on water…uh, we don’t recommend drinking your own urine.

Being on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. was my most mind-blowing experience in the park service

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With 34 million visitors a year from all seven continents, I learned more about American history there than I ever did in the classroom. My favorite was the Vietnam Memorial because I got to hear stories from veterans that never were printed in my history books.

Be smart

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No matter how hot you are after hiking into the Grand Canyon, don’t jump into the Colorado River. The water is cold and deep, the current is very strong and many swimmers have drowned.

One of my favorite sleeper parks is Oregon Caves National Monument

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It’s a quaint little park in southern Oregon. Take a tour of one of the few marble caves in the world, hike a nice little trail through the forest, and then stay in a gorgeous little lodge where you can hear the waterfall from your room while you sleep. Check out seven of America’s most stunning hiking trails.

Sources: National Park Service Rangers Kathy Kupper, Brandon Torres, Michael Kelly, Michael Liang and Enimini Ekong; and former rangers Andrea Lankford, author of Ranger Confidential: Living, Working and Dying in the National Parks and Bruce Bytnar, author of A Park Ranger’s Life

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Voting might of the people


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MO,12/4/2018, MALAYSIA practises its own brand of democracy based on the reality of its political situation and historical past. It is encapsulated into the mould of constitutional monarchy within the context of parliamentary democracy; that is, the Constitution is supreme and governs the structure of governance and the role of the monarchy. For all intents and purposes, the governance of the country is by the people, of the people and for the people.

The monarchy is above politics and does not descend into the volatile arena of political quagmire in order to preserve the dignity of the royal institution. Constitutional monarchs are not supposed to be embroiled in the political affairs and dealings of the common man. The people themselves will deal with their political initiatives and preferences.  As stipulated in the Constitution, the business of governance is the exclusive prerogative of the people. Malaysia adheres to such a structure of governance.

An integral part of our democracy is the peoples’ right to choose their government every five years – or less if the sitting government decides to seek a fresh mandate earlier. The current government has just announced the dissolution of Parliament, thus returning the power to the people to elect a new one. Since independence, Malaysia has not encountered any untoward problem in electing the government. Thus far, it has been peaceful and the sitting government has willingly relinquished its power at the end of its mandate, thus returning the power to the people.

Granted that there has been some gerrymandering and tinkering of the election procedure but for the most part, the elections have been free of trouble and the victors and vanquished have accepted the verdict of the people. In a democracy, the people will evaluate the track record of the incumbent government as well as the manifestos of political parties before indicating their preference. As is normal, partisan interests will prevail on the people through various bureaucratic mechanisms, emotional appeal or even veiled coercion to favour them.

Free and unbridled elections are a figment of the imagination. Even in the highly-touted Western democracies, the election process has been tainted with various manipulative manoeuvres. Malaysia is currently in the throes of a traumatic election, which poses a conundrum on the legitimacy of the contending parties. Such conundrums and even confusion arise because of the factors that impinge on the sanctity of the democratic principles and the dictates of the Constitution.

The cause of the confusion is the extent and nature of determinants in the political process. One major element is the involvement of people that are not sanctioned by the Constitution to enter into the fray and frenzy of partisan politics. Another is the role of the caretaker government, which is reduced to a supervisory role without executive privileges. Nevertheless, it is imperative that we respect the peoples’ rights to select the government of their choice without any encumbrances.

In fact, the various electioneering commission and security agencies should facilitate this exercise by ensuring a seamless voting process as well as respecting the democratic rights of the people without any impediments.

–TheStar



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Jawatan Ketua Menteri kekal milik komponen BN jika berjaya rampas P. Pinang – Najib – Politik


PULAU PINANG 12 April – Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak memberi jaminan jawatan Ketua Menteri negeri ini akan kekal milik parti komponen Barisan Nasional (BN) sekiranya parti itu memenangi Pilihan Raya Umum Ke-14 (PRU-14).

Perdana Menteri yang juga Pengerusi BN itu berkata, perkara tersebut berlandaskan semangat persefahaman yang tinggi yang diamalkan sesama parti komponem BN selama ini.

Ujar beliau, keputusan tersebut juga berlandaskan prinsip perkongsian kuasa dalam BN yang diamalkan sejak sekian lama dan wajar dihormati.

“Di Pulau Pinang, konsep dulu (perkongsian kuasa) kita pertahankan. Sebab itu jika BN menang PRU-14, bakal Ketua Menteri bukan UMNO, tetapi daripada parti komponen BN.

“Ini adalah persefahaman kita dan kita mahu berlaku adil, maka konsep ini kita teruskan,” katanya.

Beliau berucap pada majlis makan malam bersama rakyat sempena program turun padang Najib bertemu rakyat Parlimen Balik Pulau di Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Teluk Kumbar di sini malam ini.

Majlis itu dihadiri lebih 5,000 penduduk selain barisan kepemimpinan BN negeri diketuai Pengerusinya yang juga Pengerusi Gerakan negeri, Teng Chang Yeow. – UTUSAN ONLINE



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MPPWP Zon Setiawangsa terima sumbangan RM76,000 – KL & Putrajaya


KUALA LUMPUR 12 April – Majlis Persatuan Penduduk Wilayah Persekutuan (MPPWP) Zon Setiawangsa menerima sumbangan kira-kira RM76,000 daripada Yayasan Amal Wangsa dalam Majlis Silaturahim dan Ramah Mesra yang diadakan di Pusat Komuniti Setiawangsa di sini hari ini.

Sumbangan itu disampaikan oleh Penaung Yayasan tersebut, Tan Sri Dr. Zulhasnan Rafique kepada Datuk Bandar Kuala Lumpur, Tan Sri Mhd. Amin Nordin Abd. Aziz.

Seramai 76 wakil penduduk dari lima Zon Setiawangsa menerima cek berjumlah RM1,000 sambil disaksikan lebih 200 Pengerusi serta Ahli Jawatankuasa yang hadir pada majlis tersebut.

Yang turut hadir, Pengerusi Majlis Gabungan Pengerusi-pengerusi Persatuan Penduduk Wilayah Persekutuan, Datuk Razak Abdul Karim. – UTUSAN ONLINE



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Amaran jangan naikkan harga sempena PRU-14


NT180417MU018.jpg.transformed_3MO, 12/4/2018, PUTRAJAYA: Kementerian Perdagangan Dalam Negeri, Koperasi dan Kepenggunaan (KPDNKK) memberi amaran mengambil tindakan kepada mana-mana pihak yang mengambil kesempatan menaikkan harga barangan pada musim Pilihan Raya Umum Ke-14 (PRU-14).

Menterinya, Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainudin berkata, selain itu, pengguna yang mempunyai aduan berhubung kenaikan harga barangan semasa PRU-14 juga boleh menyalurkannya kepada kementerian.

“Saya nak maklumkan dalam musim kempen ini, sesiapa yang menaikkan harga, kita akan tangkap mereka.

“Ketua Setiausaha KPDNKK juga sudah memberitahu semua pegawai dan sekiranya ada orang cuba sabotaj menaikkan harga, maklumkan kepada kementerian, sekali gus kita tangkap mereka habis-habisan,” katanya sempena Program Jualan Sentuhan Rakyat di Presint 2, di sini, semalam.

Yang turut hadir, Menteri Wilayah Persekutuan Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor, Ketua Setiausaha Negara Tan Sri Dr Ali Hamsa dan Pengerusi Lembaga Pemasaran Pertanian Persekutuan (FAMA) Tan Sri Badruddin Amiruldin.

Sabtu lalu, Hamzah dilaporkan berkata, pihaknya menubuhkan pasukan khas dianggotai pegawai penguat kuasa berpakaian biasa bagi memantau harga barang keperluan pengguna di seluruh negara untuk mengelak wujud unsur sabotaj kepada kerajaan sepanjang tempoh PRU-14 kali ini.

Beliau dipetik berkata, pihaknya tidak teragak-agak mengambil tindakan jika menerima laporan ada peniaga menaikkan harga barangan kerana ia bertentangan dengan undang-undang.

Sementara itu, Tengku Adnan yang juga Ahli Parlimen Putrajaya berkata, Program Jualan Sentuhan Rakyat itu pertama kali diadakan di Putrajaya.

“Saya sudah ada program jualan murah sendiri seperti ikan, ayam serta pemberian beras dan biskut percuma iaitu bagi peringkat Parlimen Putrajaya.

“Atas permintaan kakitangan kerajaan, kita menjayakan program ini pada hari ini,” katanya.



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Parti pembangkang keliru dengan konsensus MA63 – Politik


KUALA LUMPUR 12 April – Parti pembangkang di Sabah didakwa keliru apabila menyamakan konsensus dengan kompromi dalam Manifesto Barisan Nasional (BN) melibatkan Perjanjian Malaysia 1963 (MA63).

Anifah Aman

Menteri Luar, Datuk Seri Anifah Aman berkata, pembangkang khususnya Parti Warisan Sabah (Warisan) bercakap seolah-olah MA63 hanya melibatkan Sabah dan Sarawak walhal mempunyai tiga komponen utama iaitu Kerajaan Persekutuan, Sabah dan Sarawak.

“Salah satu cara untuk memperkasakan MA63 adalah melalui Jawatankuasa Pemandu Kebangsaan berkenaan Devolusi Kekuatan, yang diketuai oleh saya sendiri dan Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri.

“Apakah cadangan Pakatan Harapan di sisi lain? Di peringkat Persekutuan, mereka merancang untuk mewujudkan Jawatankuasa Khas Kabinet yang mana satu langkah bertindih kerana sudah pun dilakukan kerajaan BN pimpinan Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak,” katanya dalam kenyataan di sini hari ini.

Dalam Manifesto BN yang diumumkan Sabtu lalu, hak-hak Sabah dan Sarawak di bawah MA63 akan direalisasikan secara konsensus.

Tambah Anifah, tindakan Pakatan Harapan memberi cadangan bertindih seperti itu menggambarkan tidak peka dengan perkembangan di kedua-dua negeri itu.

“Ini membuat saya tertanya-tanya apakah mereka benar-benar memahami apa yang mereka tawarkan kepada rakyat Sabah dan Sarawak.

“Mereka juga ada mencadangkan program pertukaran antara pelajar Sabah dan Sarawak dengan Semenanjung. Sekali lagi, cadangan ini sudah dilaksanakan oleh kerajaan BN dengan kedua-dua Yayasan Sabah dan Yayasan Sarawak menerajui program ini,” katanya yang juga merupakan Ahli Parlimen Kimanis. – UTUSAN ONLINE



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