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June 12, 2010

Reality?Fantasy?Fairy Tale?

Filed under: Barisan Nasional,State Election — Pengayau @ 4:35 am

Our Beloved Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has promise to built 1500 KM road in Sarawak within 3 years time.From 2009 till 2012 to be exact.In reality,can it be materialised?This newspaper cutting is dated 30 December 2009.

And this one is from the 10th Malaysian Plan which has been tabled by our PM in the Parliament yesterday 5th June 2010

* Pembinaan sepanjang 6,300 kilometer jalan berturap di Semenanjung Malaysia, 2,500 kilometer di Sabah dan 2,800 kilometer di Sarawak yang akan memberi faedah kepada 3.3 juta penduduk.

* Liputan bekalan air luar bandar yang lebih berkualiti dengan sasaran liputan sebanyak 99 peratus di Semenanjung Malaysia, 98 peratus di Sabah dan 95 peratus di Sarawak

* Kemudahan elektrik di kawasan luar bandar akan diperluaskan untuk meliputi penyambungan bekalannya ke 6,000 buah rumah di Semenanjung Malaysia, 59,000 di Sabah dan 76,000 di Sarawak.


Pengayau comment 

Can anyone calculate this for me?

1500 KM road to be built till 2012..That is within 3 years time.

2800 KM road to be built within 5 years.2010-2015

Cean Water Supply to cover 95% of Sarawak by 2015

Electricity to cover 76,000 household in Sarawak by 2015

Its sound very GOOD but im highly sceptical about the implementations.Its sound very impossible within that short period of time.We all know the TRUTH on the ground very well.We dont even have those Basic Amenities such as Clean Water Supply,Electricity and Tar Sealed Road in most of the rural areas.Its been 47 years and not 47 months or 47 days.Im not agaisnt it,in fact,it is a good news to us Sarawakians but it must be reasonable and logic.

Unless JKR or contractors would working day and night to get it done.Im just wondering why there is none of our Past and Present State Leaders has  requested for a review in our 5% Oil Royalty since the agreement has been penned in 1976 between the Sarawak State Government and Petronas.All we can do now is hoping and keep on hoping for the Federal Government to gave us some EXTRA Allocations through Malaysian Plan

February 23rd,2010

“Ninety-five percent of Sarawak will be connected with electricity supply and 90% of the state’s households will enjoy treated water by 2012, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.”


Ps:How on earth that it can be materialised?

Below is an excerpt of a question by YB Lim Kit Siang to the Prime Minister in the Parliament sitting recently

The other focus of my questions in the forthcoming Parliament will be on Sabah and Sarawak, underlined by my question to the Prime Minister whether he would set up a Royal Commission of Inquiry on the broken promises to Sabah and Sarawak on the formation of Malaysia in 1963, in particular just and equitable development of the people from the two rich states.
Such a Royal Commission will be particularly apt and meaningful with the approach of the half-century anniversary of Sabah and Sarawak in Malaysia.
My other questions on Sabah and Sarawak are:
  • To ask the Prime Minister the outcome of Federal Government efforts since April 2009 to resolve the long-standing problem of illegal immigrants in Sabah which have made Sabahans “foreigners in their own homeland”.
  • To ask the Prime Minister the outcome of Brunei’s claims to Limbang and the terms of Malaysia’s ceding of offshore Blocks L and M in South China Sea to Brunei.
  • To ask the Prime Minister to give the amounts of Federal allocations to Sabah for each year since 1963, giving a breakdown of their uses.
  • To ask the Prime Minsiter to give the amounts of Federal allocations to Sarawak for each year since 1963, giving a breakdown of their uses.

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