Justice For All Malaysia

Kecelaruan pentadbiran negeri Pahang

Posted on: November 29, 2007

Eli Wong observed and commented:

First, Menteri Besar Pahang Adnan Yaakob kata:

It’s the boot for excos placing huge number plate bids

KUANTAN: Pahang state executive councillors will be given the boot if they are found to have made bids for registration numbers that cost more than RM10,000, warned Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob.

“I will only allow bids that are less than RM10,000,” he said after the question and answer session during the state assembly sitting here yesterday.

The Mentri Besar had earlier sought permission from Dewan Speaker Datuk Wan Razali Mahussin to speak on the matter after the last written question was posed during the sitting.

Adnan made the remarks following newspaper reports on Friday quoting State Youth, Sports and Unity Committee chairman Datuk Dr Ahmad Shukri Ismail and State Entrepreneur Development Committee chairman Datuk Shahiruddin Ab Moin as having offered RM62,400 each for the CCC 3 and CCC 8 numbers.

It was also reported that they were the second highest bidders, with the first being the Sultan of Pahang, for the CCC 1 plate that fetched RM76,600.

The sultan also obtained CCC 2 plate for RM37,000 in an open tender for the CCC series of registration numbers that was opened for 45 days until Oct 25.

Also on the list was Teruntum State Assemblyman Datuk Ti Lian Ker who got the CCC 5 with a bid of RM32,000.

Lepas tu, dilapor dia yang ‘bid’ plat nombor kereta berharga RM 48,000!!!

Untuk kereta tetamu – MB

KUANTAN 27 Nov. – Menteri Besar Pahang, Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob berkata, nombor pendaftaran kenderaan CCC 9 bernilai RM48,000 yang dibida pihaknya bukan untuk kegunaan peribadi beliau tetapi kenderaan tetamu kenamaan kerajaan negeri.

Beliau berkata, pihaknya akan tetap membeli nombor CCC 9 itu walaupun melibatkan kos yang tinggi kerana ia telah dibincang dan diluluskan dalam mesyuarat Exco serta tidak dianggap sebagai satu pembaziran.

“Soal membazir tidak timbul, pasal duit itu kerajaan bayar kepada Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan (JPJ). JPJ pula akan gunakan duit itu untuk membayar gaji.

“Apa membazir pula? Duit itu pusing daripada kerajaan ke kerajaan. Bukan untuk Adnan Yaakob (tetapi) untuk kerajaan,” jelasnya.

Beliau berkata demikian selepas Majlis Penyerahan Bayaran Penebusan Bon Tranche Pertama 2007 sempena perasmian Kompleks Dagangan Mahkota di sini hari ini.

Adnan berkata, beliau sendiri mahukan nombor pendaftaran kenderaan itu menggunakan nombor satu angka iaitu sembilan.

“Kenapa sembilan? Sebab sembilan paling besar. Saya sendiri suruh ambil sembilan. Itu ceritanya,” kata beliau.

Menurut Adnan, penggunaan nombor pendaftaran satu angka juga bertujuan memudahkan pengenalan kereta kerajaan negeri yang membawa tetamu.

Namun, beliau juga tidak menafikan nombor satu angka itu boleh menjadi sasaran mudah pihak yang berniat jahat.

Beliau secara peribadi tidak menggunakan nombor pendaftaran satu angka dan tidak gemar jika ada Exco yang menggunakannya.

“Dulu, Exco semua guna nombor tunggal. Bila saya jadi Menteri Besar, tidak ada single digit, itu yang bercelaru sikit,” katanya.

Menurut Adnan lagi, nombor pendaftaran satu angka juga mampu memberi pulangan lumayan jika dijual.

Ini kerana jelasnya, anggota Exco, Datuk Shahiruddin Abdul Moin pernah ditawarkan RM40,000 untuk nombor pendaftaran CAP 8 yang digunakannya.

Utusan Malaysia hari ini melaporkan, Pejabat Menteri Besar memenangi tender bagi mendapatkan nombor pendaftaran CCC 9 selepas membida pada harga RM48,000 walaupun Adnan, pada Jumaat lalu, memberi ingatan kepada Exco kerajaan negeri supaya tidak membida melebihi RM10,000.

Jon pula kata:

Ramai rakyat Pahang dalam keadaan memerlukan bantuan kewangan untuk keperluan asas, perubatan dan pendidikan…wakil-wakil rakyat pula semudah itu menghabiskan jumlah wang yang besar berbelanja untuk sesuatu yang tiada memberi faedah langsung kepada kepentingan rakyat jelata.  Pemimpin yang sebegini tiada manafaatnya bagi rakyat dan negeri Pahang…dengan itu rakyat wajar memilih pimpinan yang baru…yang memberi segala pemikiran, perhatian dan pengorbanan mereka semata-mata untuk kesejahteraan rakyat jelata…


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