Selangor’s water tariff - Horses’ Mouths – 13 November 2015

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Selangor’s water tariff

I am disappointed with irresponsible media who reported as if the state government has agreed to raise water tariffs. This is a lie, slander and I will not hesitate in taking legal action against any media, especially TV3, for perpetuating this lie.

Azmin Ali, Selangor Menteri Besar, insisting that reports saying the state will raise water tariff hikes are untrue



Karak landslide

At that point, highway officials had reported that three private vehicles and one trailer were stranded in the affected area.

ANIH Berhad, Karak Highway concessionaire, informing that no motorist or vehicle were trapped in the landslide at Karak highway




We believe investors, after they reassess their investment portfolios, will still gravitate toward growth areas and we are one of those growth areas. When all this is resolved, we believe that the currency will reflect the fundamentals.

Dr Zeti Akhtar Aziz, Bank Negara Malaysia governor, insistng that the Malaysian ringgit remains "significantly undervalued" and risks to economic expansion are unlikely to materialise with exports still strong



PM and RM2.6b

I will give my statement to MACC about the political contribution in the immediate future. I will cooperate with MACC so the investigation will be wrapped up as soon as possible.

Najib Razak, promising to give his statement to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) 'in the immediate future'


According to Abu Kassim, on the RM2.6 billion donation, the MACC needs time to complete this probe because many transactions took place abroad, which means Mutual Legal Assistance (MLA) is needed. Therefore, the MACC will need time to get the cooperation of several foreign parties.

Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), stressing that it will not sacrifice the integrity of its investigations on the RM2.6 billion controversy and SRC International Sdn Bhd just to complete them within the targeted timeframe



Arresting Dr M

I don’t think they are going to arrest him. I think the price is too much to arrest him. Maybe I’m wrong, but I do not see that the police would be that unthinking and gung-ho as to arrest him.

Abdul Kadir Jasin, former New Straits Times Press group editor-in-chief, predicting that the police dares not to arrest Dr Mahathir Mohamad




PAN is also an Islamic party like PAS but is the lesser of the two evils. So they choose PAN over PAS. Will PAN agree to amend the Constitution and remove Islam as the religion of the Federation? Will PAN agree to abolish Article 153 in the Constitution? Will PAN agree to legalise Shia Islam and allow Sunni Muslims to become Shias? Will PAN agree to allow Muslims to convert to Christianity? Will PAN allow Muslims to drink beer or to live together outside wedlock?

The list can go on and on and PAN will say no to all, just like PAS does. So what extra do you get by supporting PAN other than that PAN loves DAP while PAS does not?

Raja Petra Kamaruddin, Malaysia Today’s owner

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