Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Federal Government clearly discriminates against Sabah

I didn't notice this until I got the World Bank report:
Imagine, Sabah, the poorest in the WORLD, the largest sea shore in
Malaysia, 10 times larger than Pahang and Trengganu combined, many
times the number of fishermen in Pahang and Trengganu, and yet
allocated only RM20 million, much less than Pahang and Trengganu.

And yet, you still belive the title of this article??????
This is not even priority, it is blatant discrimination.

From people who blatantly break international Malaysia agreement, this
is not surprising at all.


0 Comments | BERNAMA; Malaysian National News Agency, Sep 26, 2009

from BERNAMA, The Malaysian National News Agency PAPAR, Sept 26
(Bernama) -- Fishermen in Sabah have always been accorded priority by
the government in its bid to uplift the status of traditional
fishermen and transform them into modern fishermen.

The Malaysian Fisheries Development Authority (LKIM) chairman, Datuk
Abdul Rahim Ismail, said LKIM had allocated RM20 million for the state
this year for infrastructural development including the construction
of new jetties and upgrading the old ones.

"Sabah is one of the states that has been accorded priority after
Pahang and Terengganu. The RM20 million is the third largest
allocation given by the federal government from its total allocation
of RM87 million nationwide.
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"And that does not include annual allocation and other aid and
assistance," he told reporters at his Aidilfitri open house here

Abdul Rahim, who is also Pantai Manis assemblyman, said the allocation
was expected to be fully utilised by December.

Realising that most fishermen in the state were unaware of the
programmes and assistance made available by LKIM, he said the
Agriculture and Agro- based Industry Ministry had also set aside an
allocation of RM300,000 for Sabah to promote the programmes on
billboards statewide.

"Many people are unaware that the programmes to uplift the status of
the fishermen had been implemented for almost 40 years. So, we have
set up promotional billboard in Papar and will do the same in
Bongawan, Sipitang, Kudat, Lahad Datu and Semporna," he explained.

He said LKIM would also produce video clips and multimedia
presentations to promote the programmes to the fishermen in the target

Copyright 2009 Bernama

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