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Marudi: Seorang Ahli Party Bumi Kenyalang menyelar kerajaan persekutuan memberikan peruntukan RM18juta (termasuk bantuan COVID) untuk bantuan bencana di negeri Sabah dan RM78 juta bagi membantu mangsa banjir di Kedah yang di laporkan berita tetapi peruntukan untuk Sarawak tiada berita.

Gilbert Young dari PBK berkata, peruntukan Putrajaya itu menimbulkan kemarahan rakyat Sarawak selepas membandingkan peruntukan yang diberikan kepada Sabah dan Kedah. Seluruh pekan Marudi di landa Banjir sehingga feri terpaksa berhenti, banyak jalan pendalaman yang tidak dapat di guna.
Perdana Menteri, Ismail Sabri Yaakob mengumumkan RM18,241,250 akan disalurkan menerusi Agensi Pengurusan Bencana Negara (Nadma) kepada Sabah. Hadiah sempena Hari Malaysia kepada Sabah, tetapi Sarawak di abaikan, Kedah adalah negeri kecil, tetapi menerima peruntukan RM78 juta bulan lalu.

Katanya, wang itu antara lain untuk urusan perolehan 2,000 unit kit makanan berjumlah RM160,000, pembelian 2,500 unit C-tent (RM961,250), operasi Jawatankuasa Pengurusan Bencana Negeri (RM20,000), operasi 22 daerah Jawatankuasa Pengurusan Bencana (RM1.1 juta) dan pengurusan operasi Covid-19 di Sabah (RM16 juta).

Bulan lalu, kerajaan akan memperuntukkan RM78 juta untuk membantu mangsa banjir di Kedah, dengan keutamaan untuk membaiki infrastruktur dan bantuan tunai segera kepada penduduk yang kediamannya rosak.

Dana terbabit juga akan digunakan untuk membaiki saliran air dan sungai di Yan serta Merbok, termasuk membina empangan, selain membantu petani padi yang kehilangan hasil dalam banjir berkenaan. RM3 juta daripada RM78 juta yang diberikan kepada Kedah untuk membaik pulih rumah dan kerosakan lain dialami mangsa banjir di negeri itu.

Kedah mendapat RM3 juta untuk membaiki rumah dan kerosakan lain. Jumlah ini sahaja sudah melebihi jumlah keseluruhan peruntukan bukan berkaitan Covid-19 yang diumumkan untuk Sabah.

Kita perlu rujuk kembali perjanjian MA63, adakah ini adil? Adakah ini yang kita dapat, walaupun kerajaan negeri menyokong Putrajaya?

Gilbert Young
Timbalan pengarah urusan politik
Parti Bumi Kenyalang

Marudi: A member of Party Bumi Kenyalang is questioning the federal government for allocating RM18 million (including COVID aid) for disaster relief in Sabah and RM78 million to help flood victims in Kedah which was reported but the there was no news for any allocation to Sarawak

Gilbert Young from PBK said the Putrajaya allocation angered the people of Sarawak after comparing the allocation given to Sabah and Kedah. Marudi town was flooded until the ferry had to stop operations, many inland roads could not be used.

The Prime Minister, Ismail Sabri Yaakob announced that RM18,241,250 will be channeled through the National Disaster Management Agency (Nadma) to Sabah. Gifts in conjunction with Malaysia Day to Sabah, but Sarawak is ignored, Kedah is a small state, but received an allocation of RM78 million last month.

He said the money was for the procurement of 2,000 units of food kits amounting to RM160,000, the purchase of 2,500 units of C-tents (RM961,250), the operation of the State Disaster Management Committee (RM20,000), the operation of 22 districts of the Disaster Management Committee (RM1. 1 million) and management of Covid-19 operations in Sabah (RM16 million).

Last month, the government would allocate RM78 million to help flood victims in Kedah, with priority to repair infrastructure and immediate cash assistance to residents whose homes were damaged.

The funds will also be used to repair water and river drainage in Yan and Merbok, including building dams, as well as helping paddy farmers who lost their crops in the floods. RM3 million out of RM78 million given to Kedah to repair houses and other damage suffered by flood victims in the state.

Kedah got RM3 million to repair houses and other damage. This amount alone has exceeded the total amount of non-Covid-19 allocation announced for Sabah.

We need to refer back to the MA63 agreement, is this fair? Is this what we get, even though the state government supports Putrajaya?

Gilbert Young
Deputy director of political affairs
Party Buni Kenyalang

 

 

 

 

 

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