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Mungkinkah Sumpah Makan Tuan! Belum lagi bermubahalah.
Satu Kempen kesihatan bertemakan Gaya Hidup Sihat akan diadakan seperti butiran dibawah:
KEMPEN GAYA HIDUP SIHAT
TARIKH: 26 JULAI 2008 (SABTU)
MASA: 0700 PAGI- 1200 TENGAHARI
TEMPAT: TAMAN PENGKALAN BATU KLANG (TEPI SUNGAI KLANG)
PERTANYAAN: HUBUNGI 03-33755555/ 03-55192167/ 03-33723923
Satu lawatan ke Pusat Pembangunan Tenaga Manusia Selangor (Selangor Human Resource Development Centre) yang terletak di Worldwide Business Centre Shah Alam telah berlangsung pada 17hb Julai 2008. Rombongan telah disertai oleh YB DR Ahmad Yunus dan En Isma dan Tn Hj Azmi. Sesi penerangan dan taklimat telah diadakan.
KALAU SENDIRI KENA BARU TERASA: WAN AZIZAH
Formula Tengku Razaleigh untuk atasi kenaikan harga minyak tempatan yang ada kaitan dengan sains tentang roket, iaitu RM2.70 tolak RM1.00 bersamaan RM1.70. Semua orang tahu termasuk budak darjah satu. Yang tak faham hanyalah Ahli Parlimen BN.
Tengku Razaleigh ada formula atasi kenaikan harga minyak
Sumber Berita Harian/ Bernama
KOTA BHARU: Ahli Parlimen Gua Musang, Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah hari ini berkata beliau ada formula sendiri untuk mengatasi masalah kenaikan harga minyak dalam negara yang semakin menekan hidup rakyat Malaysia.
Katanya, beliau masih ada cara untuk kerajaan meringankan beban yang terpaksa ditanggung rakyat akibat lonjakan harga minyak dalam negara, tanpa perlu mengambil kira harga bahan api itu di pasaran dunia.
Sambil menegaskan 'formula' itu bukan mainan politik untuk meraih sokongan terutama di kalangan ahli Umno ketika beliau menawarkan diri sebagai calon Presiden parti pada pemilihan Disember ini, Tengku Razaleigh berkata apa yang diutamakan ialah kepentingan rakyat.
Bekas Menteri Kewangan itu berkata harga minyak dalam negara boleh dikurangkan kerana harga minyak seperti petrol, diesel dan minyak pelincir ditentukan oleh kerajaan, walaupun harga minyak di pasaran dunia naik.
“Harga semasa ini boleh ditimbang semula selepas dirunding, bergantung kepada keadaan semasa,” katanya pada sidang media di kediamannya di sini hari ini.
Razaleigh berkata, Malaysia mempunyai ramai cerdik pandai yang pasti mampu memberi idea bernas untuk mengatasi masalah, terutama dalam membantu untuk membangunkan ekonomi negara.
“Malaysia juga boleh jemput pakar dari luar untuk beri idea atau pandangan jika tidak memiliki kepakaran dalam negeri dalam perkara-perkara tertentu, ini boleh dilakukan, semua untuk kebaikan rakyat,” katanya.
Beliau berkata dalam keadaan politik negara yang semakin tidak menentu, kepercayaan rakyat kepada pemimpin juga perlu dikembalikan semula.
Beliau berkata, wujud satu sentimen ketika ini yang mahukan Perdana Menteri dari kalangan pemimpin dari Pantai Timur untuk membawa pembangunan dalam negara dengan pantas.
“Sepanjang saya menjelajah di kawasan Pantai Timur di Kelantan, Terengganu dan Pahang saya mendengar ramai pihak yang menyatakan bahawa mereka mahukan Perdana Menteri dari Pantai Timur,” katanya.
Razaleigh berkata perkara yang paling penting adalah pemimpin yang dipilih itu perlulah mempunyai matlamat yang ikhlas untuk berkhidmat kepada rakyat bagi memastikan negara terus kekal aman dan maju.
|Source: Malaysian Bar |
US State Department's Press Statement on Anwar
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Menurut Anwar, beliau telah ditelanjangkan dan diperiksa. Ikuti kenyatan beliau kepada Malaysiakini dalam Bahasa Inggeris.
Read More “APA YANG BERLAKU KEPADA ANWAR SEMASA DI IPK KL” »»
Another interesting development. What else is cooking? Indeed, Malaysian politics is in a state of flux and reorganisation as well as reengineering are occurring for the better. This can only happen if one practises open mindedness and use the structure located between one's two ears. Adapted from Sun2surf Former Wanita MCA deputy chief Datin Paduka Dr Tan Yee Kew today announced her resignation from the party after 20 years, saying the MCA is no longer an effective platform to champion the people and nation. Tan, 57, told a press conference in Klang that political changes in the country had convinced her that the MCA was no longer an effective platform to fight for the people and country. She said the MCA was fraught with factionalism which had caused in-fighting and bad practices such as the existence of phantom members in the party. Asked if she was joining another political party, the former International Trade and Industry Ministry parliamentary secretary and MCA central committee member said she would announce it soon. "Most of us would agree that a single dominating political party is not good for democracy and a multiracial society, and that only a two-party system can provide the necessary check and balance in the political system to safeguard democracy, moderation and peace in the country." she said. In voicing support for the two party system, Tan who claim she had informed MCA headquarters of her decision by fax this morning, hinted she may be joining Parti Keadilan Rakyat. As to whether she expects her supporters to follow her, she said she would advise them to think carefully and decide wisely about their political future.
Tan Yee Kew resigns from MCA after 20 years
Adapted from Sun2surf
Former Wanita MCA deputy chief Datin Paduka Dr Tan Yee Kew today announced her resignation from the party after 20 years, saying the MCA is no longer an effective platform to champion the people and nation.
Tan, 57, told a press conference in Klang that political changes in the country had convinced her that the MCA was no longer an effective platform to fight for the people and country.
She said the MCA was fraught with factionalism which had caused in-fighting and bad practices such as the existence of phantom members in the party.
Asked if she was joining another political party, the former International Trade and Industry Ministry parliamentary secretary and MCA central committee member said she would announce it soon.
"Most of us would agree that a single dominating political party is not good for democracy and a multiracial society, and that only a two-party system can provide the necessary check and balance in the political system to safeguard democracy, moderation and peace in the country." she said.
In voicing support for the two party system, Tan who claim she had informed MCA headquarters of her decision by fax this morning, hinted she may be joining Parti Keadilan Rakyat.
As to whether she expects her supporters to follow her, she said she would advise them to think carefully and decide wisely about their political future.
Quoted From the Staronline
As a politician with conscience, she said, she too shared the people’s frustration over the widening gap between the rich and the poor in the country, racial discrimination in public policies, rising corruption and abuse of power.“Despite the growing discontent among of the people, Barisan Nasional has shown neither the determination nor the commitment to address these problems,” she claimed
BIODATA OF DR TAN YEE KEW
Datin Paduka Dr. Tan Yee Kew was formerly the Parliamentary Secretary for the Ministry of International Trade & Industry, Malaysia . Datin Paduka was also the member of Parliament for the Constituency of Klang, Selangor.
Datin Paduka obtained her first degree in Political Science from University of Punjab , India . This was followed by Post Graduate Diploma in Rural Social Development from University of Reading , United Kingdom in the year 1978. She also holds M. Sc (Econ) in Regional Development Planning from the University of Wales and Ph. D in Development Studies from University of Malaya .
As an active member of the community, Datin Paduka has assumed many roles in the Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) and also in the Government. Among the roles are:
• 1989 –1990 MAPEN – Economic Consultative Council Of Malaysia
• 1999 –2000 MAPEN II - Steering Committee Member, Deputy Chairman of the Science & Technology Committee
• 1986 –1988 Deputy Secretary of the Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall (Women's Wing)
• 1993 – Chairman of the Klang Welfare Fund
• 1998 – President of the Women Development Organization Of Malaysia
• 1999 – 2002 Committee Member of IPU (Inter Parliamentarian Union )
• 1999 – 2002 Committee Member of BBC (Back Benchers Club), Parliament of Malaysia Read More “RESIGNATION OF TAN YEE KEW FROM MCA” »»
A rewind of 1998 events unfolding again. The same actors on the same stage but at a different time. What a trying time for Anwar and his family. May truth and justice prevail. May the culprits and the conspirators learn in this life that it does not pay to create hell for somebody's life.
Anwar detained overnight at KL police HQ; supporters keeping vigil outside defy police order to disperse
Charles Ramendran, Giam Say Khoon, Husna Yusop and Llew-Ann Phang
KUALA LUMPUR (July 16, 2008) : Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) de-facto leader Anwar Ibrahim who was arrested by police this afternoon will be held overnight by the police.
Keadilan supreme council member Badrul Hisham Sharin told reporters late tonight that Anwar's lawyers had told him that he will be held overnight by police.
Anwar was arrested by police near his home shortly after 1pm today, about an hour before the 2pm deadline for him to present himself at police headquarters to be questioned in connection with a sodomy allegation by his former aide.
Former Universiti Tenaga Nasional student Mohamad Saiful Bukhari Azlan, 23, had lodged police report on June 28 alleging that the former deputy prime minister had sodomised him on June 26 at a condominium in Damansara here.
Under the law, police can detain a suspect in custody for up to 24 hours on their own power, after which they will have to either seek a remand order from the courts to detain him longer or release him on bail.
Earlier at about 8.30pm, Anwar was taken in a police vehicle in a convoy of eight other cars escorted by several police outriders to the Kuala Lumpur Hospital to obtain DNA samples.
His lawyer Subang MP R Sivarasa said police had ordered for a full medical examination to be done on Anwar.
However, he said "We did not allow them to take any DNA samples from him as we were not ready to provide it for now. What they did at the hospital was minimal," he said.
Anwar was escorted back from the hospital to the police headquarters in a police convoy of about a dozen vehicles and another two dozen outriders about 10.35pm.
At 11.30pm, Anwar's wife Wan Azizah Wan Ismail and daughters including Lembah Pantai MP Nurul Izzah who were allowed entry to meet him arrived at midnight bringing for Anwar a bag containing his clothing and toiletries.
As if the day has not been bad enought for them, on the way up to see Anwar, Wan Azizah and her yourger daughter Hanna were trapped in an elevator in the police headquarters.
Rescuers from the Fire and Rescue Department arrived shortly after being summoned by police at midnight to free them 10 minutes later.
The country had been shocked to learn that Anwar was arrested by police near his home shortly after 1pm today, about an hour before the 2pm deadline for him to present himself at police headquarters to be questioned in connection with a sodomy allegation.
Anwar, who was at the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) in Putrajaya earlier in the morning to have a statement recorded on his report of fabrication of evidence in his 1998 black-eye case, was heading towards his house in Bukit Segambut Dalam when a police team, intercepted his car near his house.
Asked to comment on why Anwar was arrested before the 2pm deadline, Deputy Home Minister Datuk Wan Ahmad Farid Wan Salleh when met at the parliament lobby said:
"I heard he gave his statement to the Anti-Corruption Agency and after that he was supposed to go the police headquarters.
"But he went to his home instead of going to the IPK-KL and he could not possibly be at the police headquarters at 2pm."
Wan Ahmad said however denied Anwar was man-handled, saying there were no untoward incidents as Anwar stepped into the police car voluntarily when asked to do so.
Asked if balaklava-clad masked commandos from the police special action squad (UTK) had been used to arrest Anwar, Wan Ahmad Farid said: "Not that I aware of. I was not there."
Wan Ahmad Farid however defended the police action saying they were only doing their job.
"We have a warrant of arrest on Anwar and the police were only out to execute the warrant. When the warrant was about to be executed, Anwar full cooperation and there was no incident," he said.
CID director Commissioner Mohd Bakri Zinin had yesterday given the 2pm deadline to Anwar after he did not show up for questioning on Monday, in protest of what he called police harassment and intimidation of his staff and family.
Earlier in the afternoon, as news of the arrest spread, supporters and opposition MP's had gathered outside the perimeter fencing of the headquarters while Wan Azizah and a team of his lawyers led by Sankara Nair were allowed to meet him.
About 150 police personnel, including those from the federal reserve unit (FRU) , light strike force (LSF) and special branch (SB), swarmed the vicinity and only those close to Anwar and his lawyers and reporters numbering about 80 were allowed past the perimeter.
Among those who also turned up were DAP chairman Karpal Singh and Ipoh Timur MP Lim Kit Siang. Anwar's daughters, including Lembah Pantai MP Nurul Izzah Anwar and her husband, arrived at 2pm.
Anwar's lawyer Sankara Nair who stepped out of the headquarters about 5.15pm told the press outside KL police headquarters that Anwar was arrested over the alleged sodomy report.
Nair who was with Anwar when he was arrested by a police team about 50m from his house in Segambut, claimed the police did not have the proper documents when making the arrest.
Nair who said Anwar was still being questioned over the sodomy allegations, expressed regret over the high-handed manner the police had acted.
"We had already made it clear to the police that we will be at their office at 2pm as promised. In fact, we told ACA officers at Putrajaya that we had to go off early as we had this appointment with KL police and we rushed back but it was shocking when we saw over 10 personnel from the Special Action Squad stop us and arrest Anwar."
"Anwar was not handcuffed,:" he said, adding that although the UTK wore balaclavas, no firearms were used or visible on them.
Anwar however managed to make a phone call to Wan Azizah about his arrest while on his way to the Kuala Lumpur police headquarters.
Earlier, at the parliament lobby where news about his arrest broke out , Wan Azizah said she had received a call from Anwar in a police car around 1.05pm, that he had been arrested.
"We did not have enough time to talk and ask about the warrant of arrest, but they (the police) have detained him and he is on his way to the police headquarters in a police car," she said.
"I am not in the know of what was happening. It makes more suspicious of how YB Rembau (Khairy Jamaluddin) had brought up this and asked for DNA sample when we all did not know that this was going to happen. Does he know more?," she asked.
Earlier, Khairy had demanded that Anwar submit his DNA sample for the sodomy case and triggered a quarrel between him and Wan Azizah.
"I am going to look after my kids now as that was what he told me to do," she said when asked she was going to see Anwar immediately at the police headquarters.
Wan Azizah however shared that she was apprehensive as 10 years had passed after Anwar was put into jail for sodomy charge and he is not that well after suffering a bad back which had required surgery.
As news of his arrest spread, more than 300 people including opposition MPs gathered outside the city police headquarters at Jalan Hang Tuah, many shouting slogans calling for Anwar's release.
By 3.30pm, about 300 supporters had gathered next to the police headquarters along Jalan Hang Tuah, chanting slogans demanding his release.
The crowd swelled to about 800 at 6pm, by which time police had closed Jalan Hang Tuah. At midnight, police mived to disperse the crowd which remained defiant, and looked prepared to keep their vigil for their leader outside the police headquarters the whole night.
Andalas assemblyman Dr Xavier Jeyakumar, who briefly met with Anwar earlier, said he failed to understand why there was a need to take Anwar to the KLH as DNA samples could be easily taken from him at the police headquarters. He said anwar appeared fine.
He said Subang MP R. Sivarasa followed Anwar in a separate car to the KLH as police did not allow the lawyer and PKR vice-president to accompany thim.
"We hope and pray he will be released today and not held any further," said Jeyakumar who said it was still unclear if Anwar will be released on bail or remanded.
Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan said Anwar's arrest to assist police investigations in connection with a sodomy complaint was a normal practice in investigating criminal cases and followed the legal process.
He said it was normal practice for all parties including Anwar, as accused persons, to give their statements to enable police to conduct investigations fairly.
"The police know what they are doing and are only carrying out their duties in investigating this case," Bernama quoted him as saying shortly after arriving at the KL International Airport here from Brunei where he received the Datuk Seri Pahlawan award from the sultan.
Musa advised supporters of the Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) adviser not to cause any disturbances following this latest development.
"I hope they (PKR supporters) will not do anything that is against the law. Police will not hesitate to act against those who do," he said, adding that he had instructed his men to be on high alert.
PKR vice-president Azmin Ali, who returned to Parliament House from the police headquarters just before 3pm, said the police only allowed two lawyers, Wan Azizah and her daughter to see Anwar.
"Many Pakatan Rakyat (PR) MPs had gone to see Anwar but were disallowed, so we decided to come back to the parliament and raise the matter for debate," he told reporters at the lobby.
Asked if an urgent motion will be moved on Anwar's arrest, Azmin said there was no option left for PR MPs but to raise it immediately in the House.
"Anwar had promised that he will show up to give his statement to the police. He was rushing from the Anti-Corruption Agency to the police heaquarters at 2pm. Why did the police need to stop him on the road?," asked Azmin who described the police move as irresponsible.
At 3pm, Azmin raised the issue of Anwar’s arrest in the Dewan Rakyat during the debate on the Supplementary Supply Bill, saying Anwar’s arrest was carried out by 15 masked policemen in the middle of the main road and that he had been man-handled.
The situation in the Dewan Rakyat quickly became chaotic and a shouting match ensued until Speaker Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia, who took over at the chair, said all these happened because MPs had brought things which were not relevant to the policy being discussed.
Meanwhile PKR deputy President Syed Husin Ali urge the public and PRK member to remain calm and resist any provocation after Anwar's arrest .
Syed Husin told the press that the party had no immediate plan to conduct any protest of demonstration but will notify the public and media of any plan of the party.
"We do not rule out any forms of protest but they would be done on our terms. We will inform the public and media of our plans," said Syed Husin.
Meanwhile, PKR secretary general Datuk Salehuddin Hashim said that the party would not be responsible for any civil unrest that occurs over the next few days.
"If anything happens in the next few days, the smells of civil unrest, it does not come from this party," he said.
Syed Husin added that the party had received support after the arrest of Anwar and has received a few thousand calls.
He then added that he does not know how long Anwar will be detained for but said that the party will try to inform the public by 8pm.
A statement issued by PKR meanwhile said the events were deeply disturbing and indicated that the entire episode was a repeat of the actions taken against Anwar in 1998.
"We have been able to communicate with Anwar, who calls upon his supporters and the people of Malaysia to remain calm and to reject any attempts at provocation, which will give a pretext for an emergency situation to be declared," the statement said.
10.10am - 12.00am
Anwar gave statement to ACA in Putrajaya. Decides to have lunch at home before going to police
Anwar's car was stopped by police team near his house in Bukit Segambut Dalam. He is arrested.
Anwar's wife Datuk Seri Wan Azizah Wan Ismail got call from her husband about the arrest.
Police car with Anwar in it arrives at KL police contingent HQ in Jalan Hang Tuah
Anwar's six lawyers led by Sankara Nair and wife Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah arrives to IPK KL
Anwar's daughter Nurul Izzah and her husband arrives. 100 supporters gathered outside
Karpal Singh arrives, followed by Lim Kit Siang and other opposition MPs
CID chief Datuk Mohd Bakri Zinin holds press conference
Jalan Hang Tuah closed to traffic because of the crowd swelled to 800 and growing. Police light strike force in position. FRU men also on standby with water cannon.
Anwar is sent to KL Hospital for DNA sample to be taken.
Anwar escorted back to KL police contingent HQ
|Wan Azizah and children arrive carrying a bag of clothes and toiletries for Anwar, but are trapped in an elevator. Fire and Rescue department summoned to free them at midnight.|
Auditors must be independent, have good credentials, possess proven track record, apolitical and
multinational company, to name a few. Even though there are cases of negligence and poor judgement made by multinational auditing firms like the case of Arthur Anderson with Enron, nevertheless they are less prone to grafts, frauds, political pressures, threat of withdrawal of their licence and the like.
Probe other failed ventures
COMMISSIONING independent auditors to shed light on questionable expenditure in
government departments and government-linked agencies seems to be the fashion. Costly as they may be, public perception of reports by big names does give some credibility.
The new administration of the Selangor government is said to be doing just that in its efforts to expose alleged hanky-panky involving public money by its predecessor.
The new chairman of the Port Klang Authority, Datuk Lee Hwa Beng, had also announced that PriceWaterhouseCoopers’ services had been enlisted to ascertain the losses incurred in the Free Trade Zone as well as to apportion blame.
Now, the Tourism Ministry has hired the same auditors to investigate claims of abuse of funds by national tourism promotions company Pempena Sdn Bhd involving millions of ringgit. While these efforts should be applauded, shouldn’t the same be done for other projects which were doomed to fail from the word "Go!"?
The much-touted Forward Training Base in Brickendonbury in North London is a typical example. Budgeted as a RM490 million project, it involved expenditure like architects’ fees, etc. But it is public knowledge that much more than what was needed was spent, including "advance payments" to third parties, not taking into account the countless unnecessary visits by all and sundry – on first class – for "meetings and discussions". And speaking of sport, let’s find out how the National Sports Council ended up on the verge of insolvency, unable to pay its creditors, including athletes’ allowances. Perhaps, one of the firms could do it gratis, as a sporting gesture?
Back to the Tourism Ministry, while it continues to probe its own backyard, another query would be how does spending millions of ringgit to repackage the Cuti-Cuti Malaysia campaign as "Zoom" help to boost tourism? A case of old wine in a new bottle will not benefit the people, but instead tax the government’s already stretched budget.
COLLECTION OF NEWS UPDATE FROM THESTARONLINE
Anwar defies police summons to be questioned over sodomy allegation
Parti Keadilan Rakyat de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim today defied a police summons to appear at the Kuala Lumpur police headquarters at 2pm for questioning over the sodomy report made against him by a former aide, Saiful Bukhari Azlan.
His lawyer Sankara Nair said in a statement today that on Saturday (July 12), after Anwar had voluntarily agreed to present himself at the appointed date and time, the police in contravention of the voluntary agreement, went about "harassing and intimidating his staff members and family members the next day", in attempting to serve an order under Section 111 of the Criminal Procedure Code.
Kelihatan Sdr YB Hj Mahfuz, Sdr YB Salahuddin Ayub, Sdr Hj Mohamad Sabu...........
Naib Presiden sedang berucap merasmikan Pejabat baru PASTI bagi menggantikan Dato' Presiden yang telah dimasukkan ke IJN Kuala Lumpur
majlis memotong riben
Majlis penyampaian bantuan khas ProgramPendidikan PASTI Pusat kepada negeri Selangor
Exco pendidikan sedang menerima mu'jam Al Miftah dari Sdr Mustaqim Marketing Executif Al Azhar media
Menandatangani buku pelawat PASTI Pusat
Foto Kenangan bersama Ketua DMPS serta Muslimat Negeri dan Pusat.
Bertempat di Dewan Jawatankuasa Pengurusan Kampung Pulau Ketam, telah diadakan sesi dialog bersama penduduk pada pukul 11 pagi 13hb Julai 2008 anjuran Akhbar Nanyang Siang Pau sempena 100 Hari Kerajaan pakatan Rakyat di Selangor. Ahli Panel terdiri dari Tuan Speaker DUN Selangor merangkap ADUN Sg Pinang, En Wong, Pengarah Editorial Nanyang, YB Elizabeth Wong, Exco Pelancongan, Hal Ehwal Pengguna dan Alam Sekitar merangkap ADUN Bukit Lanjan dan ADUN Selat Klang sendiri. Kelihatan dari kiri, Dr halimah, YB Teng, En Wong,
Penduduk yang telah hadhir menjayakan dialog
En Wong sedang berucap. Duduk paling kanan sekali ialah YB Elizabeth Wong Keat Ping.
YB Teng Chang Khim sedang berucap
YB Wong berucap
Foto bersama AJK Kelab penyokong PAS kaum Cina Pulau ketam
Aktiviti ADUN Selat Klang pada 13/07/08: Program Gotong Royong & Mesra Masyarakat di Telok Gadong Kecil Klang
Tuan Guru Hj Abd Hadi Awang telah dimasukkan ke Institut Jantung Negara setelah mengadu tidak sihat. Beliau yang sepatutnya merasmikan Ibu Pejabat baru PASTI Pusat yang terletak di Batu Caves Selangor pada pukul 3 petang tadi telah digantikan oleh Saudara Mohamad Sabu.
Ustaz Hadi yang beberapa bulan lalu telah mengalami TIA atau "Transient Ischaemic Attack" yakni sejenis phenomenon otak akibat dari saluran darah ke otak menjadi sempit seketika natijah dari plak atheroma (kolesterol dan lain-lain) mengidap diabetis mellitus.
Semoga kesempatan ini merupakan satu-satunya cara untuk Ustaz berehat dan menjalani ujian yang sesuai bagi mengenal pasti status jantung serta kecergasan beliau. Jika tidak, saya pasti Ustaz akan menangguh-nangguhkan pemeriksaan rutin atau berkala untuk kesihatan beliau.
Kita mendoakan agar Ustaz dikurniakan kesihatan yang optimum serta dipanjangkan umur bagi memimpin parti serta jemaah dalam periode yang semakin mencabar dalam segenap aspek.
|Presiden PAS di IJN, kini stabil dan ceria|
| M Khaleel Kas Harakahdaily. |
Sun | Jul 13, 08 | 9:16:39 pm MYT
KUALA LUMPUR, 13 Julai (Hrkh) - Presiden PAS, Dato' Seri Tuan Guru Abdul Hadi Awang telah dimasukkan ke Institut Jantung Negara (IJN) petang tadi setelah mengadu tidak sihat.
Menurut Setiausaha Akhbar beliau, Roslan Shahir Dato' Mohd Shahir,keadaan Ustaz Hadi tidak perlu dibimbangkan.
"Setelah menjalani pemeriksaan beliau dinasihatkan berehat dan kini ditempatkan di wad di hospital berkenaan. Keadaan beliau bagaimanapun stabil dan ceria,"jelas Roslan dalam satu kenyataan media kepada Harakahdaily sebentar tadi.
Dalam pada itu, beliau menyeru kepada seluruh ahli dan para pendukung PAS dipohon agar mendoakan kesihatan beliau.
"Semoga Allah SWT memberikan beliau kekuatan untuk terus memimpin parti dan ummah,"ujarnya. - mks.
Majlis di atas telah dijalankan di Hotel Singahsana Petaling Jaya Selangor pada 12hb Julai 2008. Turut hadhir ialah YB Dr ahmad Yunus Khairi ADUN Sijangkang dan Tn Hj Takril Tasuki, Pengarah Jabatan Pelajaran Selangor, Pengarah Jabatan Pelajaran Wilayah Persekutuan, Timb Pengurus Besar Yayasan Selangor, Pengetua Sekolah seperti SMK Kuala Kubu, SMK Jln Tiga, SMK SAAS, SMK Jln Cochrane, SMK Asunta dan lain-lain. Ucapan Perasmian oleh Exco Pendidikan.
Sebanyak 14 kategori anugerah kecemerlangan telah dimenangi antaranya Pelajar Terbaik Peperiksaan SPM, PMR, Siswazah terbaik, pelajar Cemerlang tkt 1,2 dan 4 , Pelatih Terbaik sijil Kemahiran Elektrik, Anugerah Khas Ibu bapa, Asrama Terbaik dan Penyelaras Asrama Terbaik.Sesi bergambar
Bertempat di Nan Futsal Telok Gadong Kecil Off Jln Yadi Klang pada 12hb Julai 2008, satu Karnival Sukan Rakyat telah dianjurkan bersama oleh Syarikat Wawasan Murni, Nan Futsal dan KRT Jln Yadi /Sg Bertih Klang Selangor. Kelihatan duduk ialah Cik Hjh Jamaliah Hj Mokhtar selaku Pengetua Wawasan Murni merangkap Pengerusi Karnival Sukan Rakyat serta Tn Hj Mokhtar Ahmad, Pengerusi Nan Futsal. ADUN Selat Klang sedang memberi ucapan.
Ibu bapa dan hadhirin yang menjayakan karnival sukan rakyat
Para peserta dari Tadika setempat seperti Tadika Intan Bestari, Pasti Al Ikhwan, Tunas Ria Bestari, an Nawar, PASTI Darul Ulum 2, Azzahrah, An Nur Bestari dan Tabika.