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Mohamad Taufek Abd Ghani

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Mohamad Taufek Abd Ghani


Kes remaja memang diculik semakin membimbangkan kita

Posted: 06 Apr 2012 09:34 PM PDT

Alasan selipar tercicir selamat remaja diculik

7 April 2012

JERANTUT: Alasan selipar miliknya tercicir menyelamatkan seorang remaja berusia 13 tahun, Nurul Ain Syafikah Izamzul daripada diculik seorang lelaki tidak dikenali yang menaiki kereta ketika remaja terbabit berjalan kaki ke rumah datuknya di Felda Kota Gelanggi 1, di sini, jam 4 petang kelmarin.

Nurul Ain Syafikah yang juga pelajar Program Pendidikan Khas Integrasi Bermasalah Pembelajaran (PPKIBP) Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Felda Kota Gelanggi 1 itu mendakwa, dia ditarik lelaki berbaju merah yang menghampirinya dengan kereta ketika berjalan ke rumah datuknya.

Dia yang menetap di Felda Kota Gelanggi 3 dan menghadapi masalah lembam berkata, sebaik tiba berhampiran Tadika Kemas berhampiran rumahnya, kereta kelabu dipandu seorang lelaki berhenti dan berpura-pura bertanyakan sesuatu.

"Lelaki itu tanya saya mahu ke mana dan kemudian dia terus menarik saya dalam kereta sebelum memecut. Saya kata selipar tercicir dan cuba membuka pintu menyebabkan lelaki itu terpaksa memberhentikan keretanya.

"Saya gunakan kesempatan itu untuk keluar dan berlari meminta tolong. Saya diselamatkan seorang penduduk kebetulan melalui jalan itu manakala lelaki berkenaan melarikan diri.

"Orang yang menyelamatkan saya menghantar ke rumah datuk dan dia juga menceritakan kejadian itu kepada keluarga," kata Nurul Ain Syafikah di rumahnya, semalam.

Ibu mangsa, Nariah Abdullah, 47, berkata dia terkejut mendengar berita lelaki menyelamatkan anaknya dan bergegas ke rumah mentuanya melihat keadaan Nurul Ain Syafikah.

http://www.hmetro.com.my/myMetro/articles/Alasanselipartercicirselamatremajadiculik/Article/index_html

Permasalahan rakyat di DUN Lenggeng

Posted: 06 Apr 2012 09:32 PM PDT


Permasalahan rakyat yang tiada rumah tetap untuk berteduh sudah menjadi fenomena biasa ketika ini. Semoga anak keluarga ini yang mendapat keputusan cemerlang SPM 2011 mendapat tempat di IPTA tanpa perlu membuat pinjaman PTPTN.

Tiga kali berpindah rumah

7 April 2012

PANTAI - Sebuah keluarga terpaksa berpindah rumah tiga kali setelah tuan rumah mengarahkan mereka keluar kerana mahukan kembali rumah yang disewa.

Maizarah Abdullah, 50, berkata, dia sekeluarga terpaksa mengosongkan rumah yang disewa berikutan tuan rumah mahukan kembali rumah mereka.

Menurutnya, ini kali keempat dia menyewa rumah dengan bayaran RM150 sebulan.

"Saya sudah beberapa kali membuat permohonan rumah rakyat tetapi sehingga kini masih belum ada sebarang jawapan," katanya.

Maizarah berkata, dia tidak berhasrat untuk membuat permohonan Projek Perumahan Rakyat Termiskin (PPRT) kerana tidak memiliki tanah sendiri.

"Saya lihat banyak rumah rakyat yang tidak didiami, oleh itu saya berhasrat untuk memohon tinggal secara tetap kerana tidak sanggup lagi hidup menyewa.

"Tambahan pula saya lumpuh separuh badan sejak 15 tahun lalu akibat diserang angin ahmar dan hanya bergantung harap pada suami, Bahari Shaharuddin, 45, yang bekerja kilang," katanya.

Katanya, pendapatan suaminya sebanyak RM1,200 sebulan digunakan untuk menampung kehidupan mereka lima beranak.

"Saya turut menerima bantuan Jabatan Kebajikan Masyarakat (JKM) sebanyak RM300 sebulan sejak lima tahun lalu," katanya.

Menurutnya, dia berharap agar anaknya, Nur Syahirah, 18, yang mendapat keputusan cemerlang 7A dalam peperiksaan Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) baru-baru ini dapat dibantu.

Nur Syahirah ketika ditanya, berhasrat melanjutkan pengajian di maktab perguruan bagi mencapai cita-citanya menjadi guru.

"Saya hendak buktikan kesusahan yang dialami keluarga bukan penghalang untuk saya berjaya," katanya yang merupakan bekas pelajar Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Tunku Ampuan Dhurah.

Sementara itu, kesukaran keluarga Maizarah untuk mendapatkan sebuah rumah tetap mendapat perhatian Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri (Adun) Lenggeng, Mustafa Salim.

Mustafa berkata, pihaknya akan membantu keluarga berkenaan bagi mencari rumah sesuai buat Maizarah sekeluarga.

"Kita akan memohon mana-mana rumah kosong untuk keluarga ini bagi meringankan beban mereka yang terpaksa menyewa," katanya yang hadir melawat Maizarah di Rumah Rakyat Pantai, dekat sini.

http://www.sinarharian.com.my/edisi/kelantan/tiga-kali-berpindah-rumah-1.38186

Royal boost for Pakatan

Posted: 06 Apr 2012 02:26 AM PDT



Royal boost for Pakatan
April 6, 2012

A member of the Negeri Sembilan royalty is now touring the state with the opposition to drum up support for the coming general election.

REMBAU: Pakatan Rakyat has received the backing of a Negeri Sembilan royalty, who believes that the curtain must fall on Umno and Barisan Nasional's protracted reign.

Tunku Harmy Tunku Hannan, 57, cousin of current Yang DiPertuan Besar of Negeri Sembilan Tuanku Muhriz Tuanku Munawir, also vowed to campaign for opposition candidates in the coming general election.

"Enough is enough! Umno and BN have been in power too long. Corruption is getting out of control," he told a ceramah here.

"When corruption is beyond control, crime will also increase. Umno also encourages the slandering culture and this is very dangerous. If we don't change, then nobody else can change us," he said, drawing thunderous applause from the village folks gathered.

Tunku Harmy was once the chairman of the economic advisory committee of the Narathiwat Islamic Council in Thailand from 1998 to 2000.

'Anwar's sacking was my turning point'

During his speech, the 57-year-old royalty also explained why he left Umno and decided to back the opposition, led by former deputy premier Anwar Ibrahim.

"I was once held various positions in Negeri Sembilan Umno at the branch and division levels including in the Seremban Umno Youth Economic Bureau in the 1980s.

"When there was a crisis in Umno in 1987, I supported the Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah and Musa Hitam faction (against then party president Dr Mahathir Mohamad)," he said.

However, Tunku Harmy said he decided to quit Umno when the party was dissolved and re-registered as Umno Baru by Mahathir.

During the 1990 general election, he had backed the Tengku Razaleigh-led Semangat 46 and later rejoined Umno when Semangat 46 was dissolved.

"The turning point was when Anwar was sacked as deputy prime minister and charged with sodomy in 1998. That was when I decided to support the opposition because I sympathised with Anwar and I hate slander," he explained.

Tunku Harmy said that during the 1999, 2004 and 2008 general elections, he had supported the opposition but in a low-key manner.

"But this time I will campaign publicly and support Pakatan candidates," he stressed.

Under the "Jom Ubah Demi Rakyat Negeri Sembilan" roadshow campaign, Tunku Harmy has teamed up with Seremban PKR deputy chief Dr Mohamad Rafie Abdul Malek, Port Dickson state assemblymen (PKR) M Ravi and Rembau PKR chief Badrul Hisham Shaharin.

Two more key members of the team are Sikamat state assemblyman Aminuddin Harun (PKR) and coordinator of Majlis Permuafakatan Keadilan Negeri Sembilan Norizam Ali Yassin.

They would be joined by Negeri Sembilan PAS state commissioner and Paroi state assemblyman Mohd Taufek Abdul Ghani and other state PAS and DAP leaders.

Meanwhile, Badrul said the roadshow would be held throughout the state and the final event would be on April 19 in Seremban.

"We want to focus on the real issues plaguing the people. We will expose all the scandals and mismanagement by the government during this campaign," he added.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2012/04/06/royal-boost-for-pakatan/

Lorry drivers feel they are being targeted by RTD

Posted: 06 Apr 2012 02:25 AM PDT



Lorry drivers feel they are being targeted by RTD
April 6, 2012

Disgruntled lorry drivers in Negeri Sembilan want to meet with the state Road Transport Department director to air their grievances.

SENAWANG: Unable to withstand the constant harassment and summonses issued by the state Road Transport Department (RTD), more than 70 tipper lorry drivers protested outside the office here in Senawang yesterday.

A spokesman for the lorry drivers, IP Svapragasam said they were fed up with the frequency of summons issued to them by RTD enforcement officers.

Svapragasam said the lorry drivers were among those who transported coal from Port Dickson to a cement factory in Jeram Padang near Bahau.

"Our main complaint is that we are being unnecessarily summoned by the RTD enforcement officers.

"Most of the drivers have been summoned for offences which they did not commit.

"For instance, they parked the lorry at proper parking at the road side of the main road and the lorry driver goes for his lunch, but the vehicle is still summoned.

"There are cases where the lorry was parked in the palm oil estate, but was still summoned. How is that possible?"asked Svapragasam.

He however admitted that there times when the lorry drivers were summoned for carrying loads over-and -above the approved weight.

A lorry driver N Ragunathan, 38, who has been driving for the past 20 years, claimed he had been issued with 20 summonses in the past three months.

"Each offence carries a fine of RM220.00. I parked my lorry on the side of the main road and went for lunch but the RTD enforcement officers summoned my lorry. He said my lorry was obstructing the traffic.

"But it is not. How come my lorry obstructed the traffic when I parked my lorry only at the side of the main road?" asked Ragunathan, who claimed he had already settled 10 summonses out of 20 summonses issued to him so far.

Unnecessary targets

Another lorry driver P Mano, 52, claimed the RTD enforcement officer were purposely targetting lorry drivers and summoning them.

He cited an incident when he was summoned because rain water was dripping from his lorry.

"Why was I summoned for rain water dripping from the main rear body of my lorry? What offence is this?" he asked.

Meanwhile Senawang assemblyman, P Gunasekaran when contacted, said RTD enforcement officers should practice discretion.

"We appreciate that RTD officers are just discharging their duties according to the law, but in some cases the lorry drivers are being penalised for minor offences and in most cases there is hardly any basis to their find fault against them.

"I don't understand how a lorry parked at the adjacent of the main road, when the lorry driver went for lunch, seem as obstructing the traffic.

"If the lorry driver can't park the lorry at the side of the main road, where else do they want them to park? They are human being too.

"These lorry drivers earn a very minimal commission per trip when they transport the coal", said Gunasekaran.

Earlier Gunasekaran lead Svapragasam; Paroi state assemblymen Mohd Taufek Abdul Ghani (PAS) and Port Dickson state assemblymen M Ravi (PKR) to meet the Negeri Sembilan RTD director, Saiful Azzri Hamzah to air their grievances.

Saiful Azzri however was not available and instead they met with deputy state RTD director Saiful Nur Saad.

The lorry drivers were told that a dialogue would be arranged soon between them and state director Saiful Azzri.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2012/04/06/lorry-drivers-feel-they-are-being-targeted-by-rtd/

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