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Soalan No:          52

PEMBERITHUAN PERTANYAAN DEWAN RAKYAT, MALAYSIA
 
PERTANYAAN                    :               LISAN

DARIPADA                          :               PUAN TERESA KOK SUH SIM [SEPUTEH]

TARIKH                                  :               18 MEI 2015

SOALAN                               :

Puan Teresa Kok Suh Sim [Seputeh] minta MENTERI WILAYAH PERSEKUTUAN menyatakan bila dan sebab DBKL menjual tanah 2 ekar di lot 37890 di Jalan Radin Anum 1, Sri Petaling kepada pihak swasta. Siapakah pembeli tanah dan apakah harga penjualan tanah tersebut dan rancangan DBKL di atas tapak tersebut.
 
JAWAPAN:

Tuan Yang di-Pertua,

Untuk makluman Ahli Yang Berhotmat Seputehj, Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur menawarkan penjualan tanag Lot 37890 kepada Tetuan Yayasan Wilayah Persekutuan pada 23 Oktober 2013 pada harga RM 30,484,011.00.

Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur juga mengenakan syarat kepada Tetuan Yayasan Wilayah Persekutuan untuk menyelesaikan dan menanggung sendiri segala kos yang berkaitan dengan pemindahan dan pampas an ke atas halangan di tapak.

Tetuan Yayasan Wilayah Persekutuan bercadang untuk membina pembangunan bersepadu yang melibatkan pembinaan rumah dan komersil serta kemudahan-kemudahan yang berkaitan untuk pembeli.
 
 
 

On April 22, DAP FT Vice Chairperson and MP for Seputeh, Teresa Kok, lost her suit on her 2008 ISA detention against the police and the Malaysian government. She was also ordered to pay RM 50,000 to the Malaysian government by the High Court.

Teresa Kok was detained under the ISA in September 2008 based on rumors and false allegations that she had led residents to oppose against azan call of the mosque at Bandar Kinrara 5, Puchong. She was released 7 days by the police and Malaysian government later after they found out that she was not involved in the opposition against azan of that particular mosque at all.

She filed the suit in 2009 and the High Court made its decision on April 22, this year.

DAP FT, like many Malaysians, are deeply disappointed by the High Court’s decision as her ISA detention was clearly an arbitrary act. The cost of RM 50,000 awarded against her was also manifestly excessive and unjust.

We are however most encouraged by many Malaysians who have expressed their support, solidarity and sympathy for her. Many have expressed their willingness to share her burden of paying the RM 50,000 costs to the government .

DAP FT therefore today launches a “RM1 Per Person for Teresa Kok” fundraising campaign to help her to pay the RM50, 000 cost to the government. We also express our full support for her to appeal against the High Court’s decision.

All Malaysians who wish to support Teresa Kok to pay cost to the government can channel their donation to “Pusat Khidmat Seputeh” at AmBank account no: 2472-0120-0499-8.
Tan Kok Wai

Pagi semalam saya bersama YB Nurul Izzah, Ahli Parlimen Lembah Pantai melawat pangsapuri kos rendah Muhibbah (PPR). Terdapat 8 blok pangsapuri kos rendah di tempat ini. Tempat ini merupakan persimpangan di antara kawasan Parlimen Seputeh, Lembah Pantai dan Bandar Tun Razak.

Kedua-dua kami rasa hairan untuk melihat kekotoran di sekitar pangsapuri tersebut. Penduduk tempatan tunjuk kepada kami lif yang rosak, parit yang tersumbat oleh batu-batan dan tanah sehingga banjir kilat selalu berlaku selepas hujan lebat. Batu-batan dan tanah ini adalah disebabkan oleh projek LRT di tempat tersebut.

Selain itu, alat permainan kanak-kanak juga telah rosak dan ia cederakan kanak-kanak. Terdapatnya tiang lampu yang boleh menyebabkan kejutan eletrik kalau ia disentuh orang.

Saya memang boleh merasai kesusahan penduduk di PPR Muhibbah ini.

Dua orang pegawai DBKL, Dr Khalid dan En Hamid juga hadir bersama kami dalam lawatan kami. Mereka janji akan panjangkan masalah di tempat tersebut kepada jabatan-jabatan yang bertanggungjawab di DBKL.

Kedua-dua kami juga berjanji kepada penduduk bahawa kami akan bawa masalah mereka dalam perjumpaan kami dengan Datuk Bandar KL.

 

At the Russian Philharmonic Orchestra night hosted by Rimbunan Hijau Group last night, I met two former MCA stalwarts, namely Tan Sri Chan Kong Choy and Datuk Fu Ah Kiow.

Both of them are residents/probably voters in my Seputeh constituency. They both have retired from active politics.

As usual, Chan Kong Choy who stays in Taman Desa complained that he hardly sees me in my constituency. I told him that last week, I had evening walk twice at the Taman Desa field, in front of his house. He hardly sees me because he is hardly in Malaysia.

I took photo with both of them, Tan Kok Wai (DAP Acting National Chairman) and his wife, and told them that I will upload the photo in my facebook.

Chan and Fu are the smart senior politicians who won’t simply make stupid remarks like “Malays pay more GST” etc…….

I must say both of them were rather approachable and friendly even when they were holding the position as cabinet minister or deputy minister, unlike the present MCA leaders who are quite arrogant to the opposition bench.

Chan and Fu looked relaxed yesterday. I believe this is because they no longer need to be the apologists for the government which they have no say in its policies and which is going down the drain ……..

I attended the performance of Russian Philharmonic Orchestra hosted by Rimbunan Hijau Group at Dewan Merdeka, PWTC, last night.

I must say it was an excellent performance. The musicians, ballet dancers and the soprano singer blended well together.

While enjoying the melody of the great musical pieces, I observed the sound of each musical instrument and the players. The main melody of the great pieces might come from players of violins or clarinet, but without the players of drums, cellos and percussion instruments, the outcome of the philharmonic orchestra performance would not be that perfect.

It reminds me of many nameless and unsung heroes behind many frontline players in different fields in the society, including transformation of a society. Everyone is important, no matter how small the role of a person seems to be. Without all these “small roles players”, great piece and masterpiece won’t emerge.

Lim urged Pakatan Rakyat parties to regain the confidence, hope and trust of voters who chose them in the last general elections, warning that there might be no future for the coalition if they fail to do so. — Picture by Choo Choy May

KUALA LUMPUR, May 8 — DAP Parliamentary Leader Lim Kit Siang openly threw his support for PKR president Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail to be the next Opposition Leader today, after the latter won the Permatang Pauh by-election yesterday.

Lim also urged Pakatan Rakyat (PR) parties to regain the confidence, hope and trust of voters who chose them in the last general elections, warning that there might be no future for the coalition if they fail to do so.

“Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail’s solid and impressive win in the Permatang Pauh by-election paves the way for her to be re-elected as Parliamentary Opposition Leader,” Lim said in a statement.

The Gelang Patah MP also said that Dr Wan Azizah’s victory signals that the future lies with inclusive politics, and not a sectarian one which is bound to any single race or religion.

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