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3P - Puncak, Permai, Perdana | life@KL

Posted: 23 Feb 2012 09:29 AM PST

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Sebabnya saat itulah saat yang paling bebas, tenang dan menyeronokkan bagi saya. Even saat di dalam bilik mandi pun merupakan saat manis. Sehingga sekarang, saya masih lagi terbau-bau bauan pekan Bau, Sarawak ...

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DEPRAVED DATUKS – New Shocking Evidence <b>...</b> - <b>Sarawak</b> Report

Posted: 07 Mar 2012 06:08 AM PST

Posted Wednesday, March 7th, 2012

Utterly depraved - a man who takes from the disabled while stealing kickbacks from his constituency lands

The BN Agriculture Minister, Mong Dagang, who demanded that a disabled man be deprived of his RM300 a month support and the PRS leader, James Masing, who supported his action, have both been caught seeking illegal kickbacks for themselves in a joint venture worth tens of millions!

They were making the money out of NCR land defrauded from their own constituents in the same area!

Ultimate depravity

No incident better sums up the shocking depravity of Taib Mahmud's regime in Sarawak than the appalling meanness and greed, as well as extraordinary arrogance, that has now been exposed in these two key Ministers as a result of this disgusting affair.

The story began to unravel at the start of this week when disabled farmer, Frusis Lebi, at last discovered why his meagre allowance of RM300 a month had suddenly been stopped.

Frusis Lebi clutches Mong Dagang's heartless letter with one of his two deformed hands

The money was an allocation in recognition of his deformed hands and feet, which makes it an extraordinary burden to try to scrape a living.

Embarrassed officials had finally told Frusis that the reason was that his own Sri Aman MP, Agriculture Minister Mong Dagang, had actually written a letter on headed official paper commanding them to cut off his allowance, because he had supported the opposition in the election!

They gave him a copy of the letter, which told officials to end "all forms of government assistance" to Fusis, who was identified as a disabled person by Mong Dagang.  The Minister explained his outrageous reason thus:

"This is because he has gone against government policies and openly supported the opposition candidate in the 2011 state election," [story broken in Malaysiakini]


Shocked onlookers, who could scarcely believe this letter could be true, waited for Dagang to deny the document and claim forgery.  Instead, however, the Minister not only admitted he had written it, but he sought to justify his actions!

"As a man of principle, I am not going to back out," the depraved Mong declared. "We cannot continue to give welfare assistance and subsidies because he is a strong opposition supporter!"


What kind of sham democracy does this man think he is part of in Sarawak, that he does not even bother to pretend that BN doesn't victimise those who seek to exercise their basic rights to vote for whom they like?

Given up pretending? Masing makes clear that BN don't win elections, they steal them.

And what kind of petty arrogance is in such a man, that he wishes to take such revenge on a disabled person?

And finally, how stupid can he be that he does not realise how he can only alienate more voters by such appalling and disgusting acts of intimidation?

Even more astonishing was the next development.  None other than James Masing, one of Taib's top Ministerial allies and President of the supposed Dayak party PRS, came out in support of Mong Dangang too!

This Minister for Land Development went on record to tick off Mr Lebit by announcing " jangan lawan towkay" [don't fight the bosses]!

Masing smugly elaborated:

"in any organisation, including political parties, we cannot go against our boss. That is the golden rule in life which we must observe".

Mr Masing who benefitted from an Australian university education (through which he was largely assisted by his then wife) is clearly in need of a basic political re-education.  It is the people who are the boss and he has been elected to SERVE them.

No help for this man from the multi-millionaire Depraved Datuks

His threats against voters for the opposition are an open admission that BN do not win elections in Sarawak, they steal them by cheating, intimidation, bribing and rigging.

And today, it has been reported that this threatening intimidation and abuse of power has just been stepped up even further in this case, as the police were dragged into the matter and instructed to arrest Frusis Lebi and harass him further.

Lebi, whose painful deformities are plain to see, says that the police wanted to know which official had released the copy of Mong Dagang's letter to him!

No guesses as to who is wanting to know that and why.

However, Mr Dagang should stop bothering to persecute whoever spilled the beans, because now a far more damaging letter, also written by him, has come into the open.

Fraudsters in a criminal regime – Fresh Expose!

Thanks to the new information and our further research, Sarawak Report can now expose just why it was that James Masing was so quick to come to the defence of Mong Dagang yesterday. It is because the two men are also joined in a fraudulent enterprise to make money out of their constituents' lands.

Their company Noble Rewards Sdn Bhd has been taking kickbacks from the sale of plantation territories in Sri Aman.

Ignoble Rewards! - The benefactors of the kickbacks demanded for these lands are Mong Dagong's wife, James Masing's brother and the wife of Masings Private Secretary

The proof of the scam comes in yet another letter signed by Mong Dagang.  Indeed Mong Dagang's predilection for signing letters written on headed paper has been an abiding characteristic of this scandal, making his arrogance a large part of his undoing.

The second "Private and Confidential" letter came to light today and, as the signature is now familiar to us all, Mong Dagang will be hard-put to deny it this time!  In the letter Dagang makes clear that he is seeking kickbacks from participants in a land development scheme.

The 70,000 acres in question came from NCR landowners in his own constituency!

"The balance will be paid 50% to the undersigned" through "our nominees"!

This is the text of the damning secret letter signed by Mong Dagang:



18th June 1997,

Kho Chee Pheng,

Megaruma Sdn Bhd,18, Jalan Kulas,93400, Kuching

Proposed Development of Oil Palm Plantation Area of Approximately 70, 000 Acres, More or Less At Kelingkang Range, (Bukit Begunan) Sri Aman, Sarawak

As an elected representative of the area I hereby authorized Mr Kho Chee Pheng (IC NO. 540905- 13 – 5653), of No.34, Three Hills Park, Lorong 2, Jalan Foochow Road No.1, 93300, Kuching, Sarawak, to propose, organize and invite any potential investor(s) intending to established and to develop on a joint venture basis with the landowners on oil palm plantation at Kelingkang Range, (Bukit Begunan), Sri Aman, Sarawak

I the Undersigned hereby agree that the investor(s) will have to pay at least RM1000,00 per acre and after deduction of the up front to LCDA the balance will be divided 50% to the undersign and 50% to Kho Chee Pheng

I also agreed that any of the three companies, Noble Reserves Sdn Bhd, Noble Resources Sdn Bhd or Noble Rewards Sdn Bhd to be used for the joint venture with the investor)s). Together herewith I enclosed my personal and curriculum vitae and also three (3) photocopies of our nominees Identity Cards, namely Bawang Ak Dem (IC NO. 660424-13-5886), Leyta Kupa (IC NO. 651120-13-5532) and Henry Yan Masing (IC NO. KP553094) for you to register into any of the three companies

If you need any assistance please do contact me,

Sekian, Terima Kasih,

(YB Mong Ak Dagang)


Kickback is worth at least RM 70 million !

Trust me to earn a packet out of your timber and your lands. Mong Dagang has exploited his people.

The kickback referred to in this letter by Dangang adds up to at least RM 70 million!

He is demanding "at least" RM1,000 per acre of the 70,000 acres of land that is being developed into plantations, minus whatever paltry premium was requested by the Land Custody and Development Authority (LCDA), which is itself controlled by this band of political conspirators!

Our company research (above) has now confirmed that the main shareholders of the company Noble Rewards Sdn Bhd, to be used for the 'joint venture' proposed in this crooked scheme are Bawang Anak Deru, Mong Dagang's own wife; Henry Masing, James Masing's brother and Leyta Kupa, wife of James Masing's private secretary Wilson Ugak.

Sarawak Report asks what right does Mong Dagang think he has "as an elected representative of my area" to "authorise such a kickback fraud?

And how can he have been so blatantly and stupidly arrogant as to demand that it is then paid to his own nominees in this letter written in 1997?

Law case

Thick as Thieves! Mong and Masing posing with the people!

According to native rights lawyer and PKR Assemblyman, the See Chee How, this area of Sri Aman is already subject to a law case brought against the joint venture partners in this scheme and the LCDA by native landowners who had rejected first the logging and then the plantation of their area.

Mr See Chee How explains that over 50% had rejected the plantation and many had also rejected the paltry RM1,000 per family that had been offered for the area's valuable timber by these politician thieves.

Nevertheless the project was pushed through by Land Development Minister Masing and local YB Mong Dagang on the basis that the local people would benefit.

It surely comes as little surprise that the native land owners were yet to receive any dividends from the enterprise after the first 6 years!

"This qualifies as fraud", See Chee How explains, because the local elected representative, Mong Dagang and Land Development Minister, Masing, had been trying to convince people they would be able to take a 30% share of the joint venture and share the profits in return for their land:

 "They tell the people 'let the LCDA develop your land and you will get 30% of the joint venture and profit'.  However the people were not told about this huge kickback.  Under the joint venture that money should have been shared among the people, not paid to nominees of the very politicians who were talking them into the scheme!"[See Chee How]

No surprise

Dirty Datuks, dancing to the same corrupt tune as they make millions out of the land belonging to their constituents

Consider the shocking nature of this situation.  The same two politicians, who took revenge on a disabled man for flying an opposition flag during the last election by taking away his RM300 a month, have been stealing tens of millions of ringgit in secret backhanders for Native Customary Land in the same region.

Think how many poor and disabled people could have been helped by that RM70 million, which was taken from the people to whom the land had rightfully belonged.

Why should the people of Sri Aman want to vote for a representative who has forced them to surrender their lands (even though more than 50% had objected) so that in the process  they can defraud them of millions of ringgit in backhanders?

How dare such Dirty Datuks stand up and have the cheek to lecture and patronise the people of Sri Aman, whose land and wealth they have stolen, and tell them "who is boss"?

Yet See Chee How says to him it is no surprise:

"I can only say this is very typical of BN.  All the BN political representatives are depriving the local natives of their lands for their own benefit", he told Sarawak Report

Sarawak Report looks forward to the court case.  Under genuine justice these politician thieves would have to repay their people millions of ringgit and face a criminal trial as well.

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Petrol Malaysia: Water Contamination by Diesel in <b>Miri</b>, <b>Sarawak</b>

Posted: 06 Mar 2012 07:38 PM PST

Dear Reader

The best business you could start in Miri today, is selling bottled water! People are desperate for drinking water right now because the drinking water supply has been contaminated by a diesel spill -- 14,000 liters of diesel, to be exact. On the 6th of March 2012, the New Straits Times reported:

MIRI: REPORTS of people doing extreme things when they had no water for more than 12 hours on Sunday, due to  diesel contaminating  the city's main source of drinking water, are making the rounds here. "People were using Coke and 7-Up to wash themselves after going to the toilet. One of my friends told me she used 100 Plus to brush her teeth last night," housewife Sue Abdullah said yesterday.

... Assistant Minister for Communication and Senadin assemblyman Datuk Lee Kim Shin, ..., said 300,000 people here were affected by the disruption. Lee added: "It is, however, safe for drinking and cooking." Northern Sarawak Water Board (Laku) general manager Lo Su Onn said his staff had tested the water."We even drank the water to be certain it was safe before we started resuming the supply." The city's water treatment plant at Lambir, which shut down at 8.30pm on Saturday, resumed operation late Sunday night after a clean up of Sungai Liku by teams from Sarawak Shell Bhd and Petronas.Rela members with their boats were drafted in to help clean up the estimated 14,000 litres of diesel that had spilled into the river from a ruptured skid tank, belonging to a road construction company, 2km from the treatment plant. In Kuching, Second Minister of Resource Planning and Environment Datuk Amar Awang Tengah Ali Hassan said: "If there is negligence, action will be taken."

(Source: New Straits Times, 'Diesel smelling water' in Miri. 6th March 2012. URL: http://www.nst.com.my/local/general/diesel-smelling-water-in-miri-1.56252)

300,000 people affected

300,000 people are affected by 14,000 liters of diesel that poured into Sungai Liku in Sarawak.The big question is how does 14,000 liters get into a river and not be detected immediately? Apparently part of the answer to this conundrum is that, the spillage started on a Saturday, and continued on Sunday, and because it was a weekend, nobody was around to check.

On 5th March 2012, the Borneo Post reported:

MIRI: Lebih 300,000 penduduk di bandar raya Miri dan Daerah Bekenu semalam terjejas bekalan air bersih selepas sumber air di Sungai Liku tercemar oleh tumpahan minyak diesel daripada tangki simpanan minyak sebuah syarikat swasta yang terletak dua kilometer dari sungai tersebut. Dianggarkan, sejumlah 14,000 liter minyak diesel yang digunakan untuk proses penurapan jalan yang disimpan di dalam tangki milik syarikat berkenaan, tumpah ke tanah dan seterusnya mengalir ke Sungai Liku, selepas saluran tangki tersebut bocor dan tidak disedari oleh para pekerjanya. Pengurus LAKU Management Sdn Bhd (LAKU) Kawasan Miri, Lo Su Onn yang ditemui di Loji Perawatan Air LAKU di Lambir semalam memberitahu, pencemaran itu disedari oleh pekerja loji berkenaan pada jam 8.30 malam kelmarin apabila terhidu bau diesel yang kuat dari kawasan pengambilan air.Sebaik menyedari terdapatnya tumpahan minyak, kakitangan yang bertanggungjawab menyelenggara loji ketika itu bertindak menutup operasi loji serta-merta bagi mengelak air yang telah tercemar terus memasuki kawasan penapisan dan rawatan.

"Pihak kami mula mencari punca pencemaran awal pagi tadi (semalam) dan mendapati punca tumpahan adalah daripada sebuah syarikat membuat tar jalan. Serentak itu, kita memaklumkan kepada pasukan bertindak mengenai tumpahan minyak untuk mendapatkan bantuan segera," katanya. "Sekarang (pagi semalam) kita bergantung kepada sumber bekalan air yang sudah dirawat di loji tangki simpanan sedia ada untuk membekalkan air kepada penduduk Miri. "Namun, jumlah air bersih yang disimpan di tangki berkenaan agak terhad. Ia menyebabkan kita terpaksa mengurangkan penyaluran air untuk penduduk di bandar raya Miri mulai tengah hari supaya bekalan air tidak putus," katanya.

Bagaimanapun, menurut Lo, bukan mudah bagi pihaknya membersihkan pencemaran itu kerana tumpahan minyak terbabit sudah meresap ke dalam tanah dan mengalir di sepanjang sungai tersebut. LAKU, katanya, terpaksa mengepam air dari Sungai Bakong untuk disalurkan ke Sungai Liku bagi membersihkan tumpahan minyak di sepanjang kawasan hulu sungai berkenaan. ...

Dalam pada itu, penduduk di Miri mulai mengalami ketiadaan bekalan air bersih sekitar jam 1 petang semalam, sekali gus menyebabkan ramai penduduk terpaksa membeli air mineral yang dibotolkan. Berita ketiadaan air yang diuar-uarkan menerusi laman sosial, media elektronik telah menyebabkan pembelian panik air mineral yang dibotolkan, sehingga barisan panjang di beberapa buah pasar raya.

Tinjauan Utusan Borneo turut mendapati beberapa buah premis kecil dan pasar raya telah kehabisan stok air mineral. Di kawasan Pujut 7, air mineral dijual di tepi jalan seperti menjual buah durian sehingga menimbulkan kesesakan jalan raya kerana diserbu orang ramai.

(Source: The Borneo Post, Pencemaran Air, Miri Terjejas. 5th March 2012. URL: http://www.theborneopost.com/2012/03/05/pencemaran-air-miri-terjejas/)

For those of you that don't read Malay, here are some of the highlights of the article:

  • The 14,000 liters of diesel were used for road tarring purposes. (Really? Have to check that out)
  • LAKU Management Sdn Bhd manager Lo Su Onn realised that there was water contamination at about 8.30pm on the night it occurred. An employee smelt the smell of diesel.
  • Operations at the water processing plant were halted immediately after the discovery to avoid contaminating the drinking water supply for domestic use.
  • The water processing plant had to rely on its reservoir, but supply of water had to be reduced as there wasn't sufficient water to supply.
  • It is not an easy task to clean up the diesel contamination as the oil had already soaked into the soil and had entered Sungai Liku. Water is being diverted from Sungai Bakong to Sungai Liku to help clean up the river.
  • The public went into panic mode and started buying mineral water. News of water scarcity, spread by social media, caused water buying panic and long queues at supermarkets. Even small malls were out of stock and in Pujut 7, mineral water sold by the road side was snapped up like durians, causing traffic jams.

Photos on Facebook

A Facebook group claiming to represent Sarawakians has posted up photos related to the Miri diesel spill. It must be noted, these seem to be posted by the opposition party in Sarawak.

  • Photo of an oil spill in general, without reference to Sungai Liku
  • Screen Capture of website for Cahya Mata Sarawak (translated as the "Child of Sarawak") , specifically Group Deputy Chairman, Dato Sri Mahmud Abu Bekir Taib
  • Screen Capture of website for CMS Premix Sdn Bhd, apparently Sarawak's leading producer of ashphaltic concrete (premix) and bituminous emulsion (emulsion).
  • Photo of Sarawakians at the site of the spill
  • Another photo of Sarawakians at the site of the spill
  • A photo of mineral water being sold from a lorry at Pujut 7
  • Photo of members of public at the site.
  • Photo of cleaning work in progress.
  • Photo of shipping containers that are used to store diesel
  • Photo of shopping cart full of mineral water bottles
  • Photo of another shopping cart full of mineral water bottles
  • Photo of diesel spilt on the soil

Possible Negligence ... and Court Case?

On 6th March 2012, the Department of Environment (DOE) was reported to have found possible negligence in their investigation of the water contamination. Here is an excerpt:

DOE enforcement chief for northern Sarawak Siva Nathiran said more than 14,000 litres of diesel-bitumen had leaked into Sungai Liku due to two serious factors. "The leak happened so extensively because it went undetected from Saturday night to Sunday morning as there were no workers at that time because it was a weekend. 

"The leakage happened at a part of the pipeline where there was a joint. The piping gave way because the joint was connected by a rubber hose which had burst. The joint-connection should have been sealed with a stronger material, not just a rubber hose. All these points to the possibility of negligence. We are now preparing our investigation papers and to file the case in court," he said yesterday.

The diesel-bitumen leakage into Sungai Liku caused massive water supply in the city (?) for more than 24 hours due to the shutdown of the Lambir Water Treatment Plant to prevent the contaminants from entering the piped-water system. Sungai Liku is the source of the raw water for the treatment plant, which processes 125 million litres of water for the entire dis­trict of Miri.

Siva said the DOE had deployed its investigating team to the site, stating that it might take up to a week to clear the spillage on the land. As for the oil leakage in Sungai Liku, he said 44 drums of contaminants had been extracted from the river so far. "The river water is almost cleaned up. There are booms being put in place to stop the contaminated water from flowing. "However, there is still a thin layer of contaminants on the surface. It should be cleared away soon," said Siva. He added that the premix plant management and its contractor were in the midst of "cleaning up the mess".

(Source: The Star Online, Oil Spill Points To Negligence. 6th March 2012. URL: http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2012/3/6/nation/10862380&sec=nation)

I don't understand the phrase "caused massive water supply in the city". How does a leakage cause massive water supply?

I hope the court case will take place soon. From experience, oil will dehydrate and reduce in volume over time. By the time the court case is heard, "44 drums of contaminants" could be half-empty, if they are not properly sealed.

Here are some Photos of bituminous emulsion at Google Images.

Further Reading

Here are some other articles about the incident.

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Kereta Untuk disewa <b>di Sarikei</b>, <b>Sarawak</b> - Rumah Baru Untuk Dijual <b>...</b>

Posted: 28 Feb 2012 06:28 PM PST

Harga 30 hari : RM 2700.00
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Lokasi : Sarikei, Sarawak

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Posted: 02 Mar 2012 05:50 AM PST

Pada 2 MAC 2012, Pasukan Pengakap Daerah Subis telah mengadakan mesyuarat kali pertama untuk sesi 2012. Antara agenda mesyuarat ini adalah:
1) Penyerahan Jawatan Pesuruhjaya Daerah Subis daripada DC Puan Fauziah Bt Pata kepada DC Tuan Rarni Bin Ahmad.
2) Pelantikan Penolong- penolong Pesuruhjaya .
3) Perancangan aktiviti- aktiviti bagi tahun 2012.
4) Taklimat pendaftaran kumpulan pengakap sekolah.
Antara tugas- tugas Penolong Pesuruhjaya Daerah yang baru adalah :
1.) ADC Pentadbiran : Cik Suhana Bt Eneng dan Encik See Kean Seng
2.) ADC Latihan : Encik Fauzan Naim Bin Alias
3.) ADC Program : Encik Fadelan dan Encik Michael
4.) ADC Pengakap Kanak-Kanak : Encik Sabri Bin Amin dan Encik Safri
5) ADC Perhubungan raya: Encik Azizan Bin Abdullah dan Encik Hafizak Razak
6) ADC Hal Ehwal Wanita : Cik Lily dan Puan Ayu
7.) ADC Tugas- Tugas Khas : Encik Mohd.Fazli Bin Mohd Ramli.
Selepas ini, mesyuarat akan diadakan pada 29 MAC 2012.
Di antara gambar- gambar semasa mesyuarat...............

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Majlis Perasmian Klinik 1 Malaysia Taman Rejang | Blog Rasmi <b>...</b>

Posted: 22 Nov 2011 08:00 PM PST



YB Dato Sri Wong Soon Koh,

Menteri Kanan, Menteri Kewangan Kedua Sarawak,

Menteri Kerajaan Tempatan dan Pembangunan Komuniti Sarawak,

ADUN Bawang Assan N 47.


YB Datuk Tiong Thai King,

Ahli Parlimen Lanang P 211,

Merangkap Pengerusi Majlis Perbandaran Sibu.


YB Dr Annuar Rapa'ee,

 ADUN Nangka N 49.


Y. Bhg Dato' Kamarul Zaman bin Md. Isa,

Ketua Setiausaha, Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia.


Y. Bhg Dato Sri Dr Hasan bin Abd Rahman,

Ketua Pengarah Kesihatan Malaysia.


Yang Berusaha Dr Zulkifli Jantan,

Pengarah Jabatan Kesihatan Sarawak.


Yang Berusaha Encik Sim Kok Kee,

Tuan Residen Bahagian Sibu.


Yang Berusaha Encik Jason Tai,

Managing Director Pansar Berhad.


Yang Berusaha Dr Muhamad Rais Abdullah,

Pegawai Kesihatan Bahagian Sibu.


Ketua-ketua Jabatan Persekutuan dan Negeri,


Ketua-ketua kaum dan ketua-ketua masyarakat,


Datuk-datuk, Datin-datin, tuan-tuan dan puan-puan sekalian.



Selamat pagi dan Salam 1 Malaysia,



1.            Terlebih dahulu saya ingin mengucapkan setinggi-tinggi terima kasih kepada Jabatan Kesihatan Negeri Sarawak kerana menganjurkan Majlis Perasmian Klinik 1 Malaysia, Taman Rejang, Sibu. Saya juga mengambil kesempatan ini untuk mengucapkan setinggi-tinggi terima kasih kepada Pejabat Residen Sibu, Majlis Perbandaran Sibu, Jabatan Kerja Raya Sibu dan semua pihak yang terlibat, di atas komitment bagi menjayakan majlis ini.


2.            Seperti mana yang hadirin sedia maklum, negeri Sarawak merupakan negeri yang terbesar dengan taburan penduduk yang meluas di semua bahagian. Sibu merupakan salah satu daripada bahagian yang mempunyai kepadatan penduduk yang tinggi dan terdiri daripada pelbagai bangsa dan latar belakang.


3.            Sehingga kini Sarawak mempunyai 196 buah klinik kesihatan, 24 buah klinik ibu dan anak, dan 7 buah klinik desa serta 8 buah Klinik 1 Malaysia. Klinik kesihatan di kawasan bandar menyediakan perkhidmatan secara menyeluruh, termasuk perkhidmatan pegawai perubatan; manakala Klinik 1 Malaysia hanya menyediakan perkhidmatan rawatan untuk penyakit ringan yang dikendalikan oleh Penolong Pegawai Perubatan.


4.            Penubuhan Klinik 1 Malaysia ini merupakan salah satu usaha kerajaan untuk mendekatkan perkhidmatan kesihatan dengan penduduk bandar yang mempunyai pendapatan yang rendah, di samping mengurangkan kesesakan klinik kesihatan di kawasan bandar. Pemilihan penubuhan Klinik 1 Malaysia di Taman Rejang, Sibu ini adalah bersesuaian dengan konsep penubuhan Klinik 1 Malaysia yang diuar-uarkan oleh kerajaan, iaitu "Rakyat Didahulukan, Pencapaian Diutamakan".


5.            Sarawak kini mempunyai 8 buah Klinik 1 Malaysia yang telah beroperasi, masing-masing dua (2) di Kuching iaitu K1M Matang dan K1M Padawan, dua (2) di Miri iaitu K1M Taman Tunku dan K1M Pujut, satu (1) di Bintulu iaitu K1M Sg Plan, dan tiga (3) di Sibu iaitu K1M Teku, K1M Sg Bidut dan K1M Taman Rejang.


6.            Pada 1 Januari 2012 nanti, sebanyak 2 buah lagi Klinik 1 Malaysia akan mula beroperasi iaitu Klinik 1 Malaysia Senadin, Miri dan Klinik 1 Malaysia Bintawa, Kuching.


7.            Semasa pembentangan Bajet 2012 pada 7 Oktober 2011 yang lepas, YAB Perdana Menteri telah mengumumkan sebanyak 50 buah Klinik 1 Malaysia akan ditubuhkan lagi di seluruh negara pada tahun 2012, di mana Sarawak telah diberi kuota untuk mendirikan 10 buah lagi Klinik 1 Malaysia. Secara keseluruhan pada penghujung tahun 2012 nanti, Sarawak secara keseluruhan akan mempunyai 20 buah Klinik 1 Malaysia.


Hadirin sekalian,


8.            K1M Taman Rejang merupakan bukti kerjasama pintar yang baik di antara beberapa agensi, iatu Majlis Perbandaran Sibu, Jabatan Kerja Raya Sibu, Pansar Berhaddan Jabatan Kesihatan Sarawak. Sekalung penghargaan kepada Majlis Perbandaran Sibu kerana membenarkan tapak tanah milik mereka bagi kegunaan Klinik 1 Malaysia tanpa bayaran sewa, dan terima kasih kepada Jabatan Kerja Raya Sibu di atas penyeliaan pembinaan klinik ini dan Pansar Berhad di atas sumbangan mereka dalam penajaan sebahagian kos pembinaan bangunan klinik ini. Inilah yang kita harapkan dari rakyat Malaysia, khususnya warga di Sarawak dalam meningkatkan taraf kesihatan penduduk di bandar. Melalui kerjasama begini, rakyat dapat memperkasakan taraf kesihatan mereka dengan bimbingan dari Jabatan Kesihatan Sarawak. Terima kasih saya ucapkan.


9.            Klinik ini mula beroperasi pada 21 Mac 2011. Ia dapat memberi perkhidmatan kesihatan yang dekat dengan penduduk, di mana seramai 20,000 orang dapat diliputi, iaitu dari Taman Rejang, taman perumahan kawasan Delta, kawasan perumahan Merdeka, kawasan perumahan Au Yong dan kawasan perumahan Brooke Drive. Purata kedatangan pesakit adalah antara 100 hingga 110 orang sehari dan ia merupakan klinik kedua yang mempunyai kedatangan yang tertinggi selepas Klinik 1 Malaysia Matang, Kuching.


Hadirin dan hadirat sekalian.


10.         Selain klinik 1 Malaysia, Sarawak juga mempunyai perkhidmatan pasukan kesihatan bergerak, di mana 57 adalah melalui darat, 34 melalui sungei dan 10 pasukan melalui udara (Flying Doctor Service), di mana ia memberi perkhidmatan kesihatan kepada penduduk luar bandar.


11.         Dalam Rancangan Malaysia ke 10, Kementerian telah meluluskan 2 buah kilinik kesihatan yang baru iaitu Klinik Kesihatan Sibu Jaya dan Klinik Kesihatan Nanga Tada di Bahagian Sibu, masing-masing dengan kos sebanyak RM26 juta dan RM10 juta.


Hadirin sekalian,


12.         Sebelum mengundur diri, sekali lagi saya merakamkan setinggi-tinggi penghargaan kepada Jabatan Kesihatan Negeri Sarawak dan semua pihak yang terlibat dalam memberi kerjasama dan komitmen yang tidak berbelah bahagi dalam menjayakan majlis perasmian Klinik 1 Malaysia ini. Rakaman penghargaan juga ditujukan khusus kepada Pejabat Residen Sibu, Majlis Perbandaran Sibu, Jabatan Kerja Raya Sibu dan Pansar Berhad di atas kerjasama dan sumbangan dalam mendirikan Klinik 1 Malaysia ini, dan kepada semua Kementerian, Jabatan dan agensi yang berkaitan yang telah memberikan pelbagai bentuk kerjasama dan sokongan dalam menjayakan penubuhan Klinik 1 Malaysia di seluruh Sarawak.


13.         Tahniah dan penghargaan juga tidak dilupakan kepada pihak Urusetia Majlis yang terdiri daripada pelbagai agensi yang telah berjaya mengaturkan persiapan majlis yang begitu meriah pada hari ini.


14.         Maka dengan ini, saya merasmikan Klinik 1 Malaysia Taman Rejang, Sibu. Sekian. terima kasih.

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Posted: 13 Feb 2012 12:50 AM PST

Usaha yang telah dilakukan oleh Jawatankuasa Penaja Umno Sarawak tidak mendapat restu untuk memasuki  negeri Sarawak. Persoalan timbul, kenapa jawatankuasa ini ditubuhkan? adakah mereka melihat Sarawak merupakan talian hayat bagi mereka untuk terus mentadbir Putrajaya. Pada hari ini terlalui banyak pendedahan berkaitan penyelewengan, penipuan, dan pelbagai kes rasuah yang berlaku yangbersekitar pimpinan UMNO.
Dewan Pemuda PAS Sarawak mengucapkan terima kasih kepada rakyat Sarawak kerana  tidak menyokong penubuhan UMNO cawangan Sarawak. Rakyat Sarawak telah membuat keputusan yang baik untuk kepentingan rakyat tempatan. UMNO bercita-cita tinggi untuk menetap di Sarawak kerana melihat pada keputusan pilihanraya negeri dan pilihanraya umum yang lepas. Negeri Sarawak merupakan deposit untuk Barisan Nasional memenangi pilihanraya raya lepas. Justeru tidak mustahil UMNO ingin meneruskan penguasaan di Putra jaya dengan mencari peluang di Negeri Sarawak setelah ditolak oleh 5 negeri pakatan rakyat.Selain itu DEWAN PEMUDA PAS SARAWAK mengucapkan terima kasih sebab telah menerima keberadaan Parti Islam Semalaysia PAS bertapak di negeri Sarawak dan melihatkan perkembangan positif, rakyat Sarawak boleh menerima keberadaan PAS di negeri ini tetapi tidak UMNO
Negeri lain juga perlu mengikuti  jejak langkah Sarawak menolak UMNO kerana kepincangan dan penyelewengan yang realitinya berlaku dalam pentadbiran mereka. RAKYAT SARAWAK JUGA DISERU AGAR MENOLAK PEMERINTAHAN BARISAN NASIONAL PADA PILIHANRAYA UMUM KE -13 INI KERANA SUDAH TIDAK RELEVAN LAGI UNTUK MENJADI KERAJAAN PADA MASA YANG AKAN DATANG.