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BUKIT LANJAN: 200,000 graduates every year, 1 out of 4 remain unemployed after 6 months

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BUKIT LANJAN: 200,000 graduates every year, 1 out of 4 remain unemployed after 6 months
It is back to school on Tuesday (Jan 3, 2017) but tens of thousands will also be waiting for their SPM and STPM results to decide how they may want to pursue tertiary education.

It will be wise for those who are waiting for their examination results to sit down and ponder hard on their road to tertiary education and graduation.
“In fact, it is the most important time to make decisions on how and what type of tertiary education that such students need to pursue.
“They have to think very, very carefully what they like to pursue and what is most suitable to their likes, dislikes and ability. Once that is decided, it is almost a road of no return,” Gerakan Deputy Speaker Syed Abdul Razak Alsagoff said.
He said students must be honest to themselves and face reality on their academic abilities when choosing their road to tertiary education and graduation.
“You must decide what is best for yourself and what is …

BUKIT LANJAN: No mercy for those found guilty of assaulting maids

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BUKIT LANJAN: No mercy for those found guilty of assaulting maids
Those found guilty of abusing and assaulting maids must face the full wrath of the law.
There is simply no excuse, whatsoever, for any employer to inflict pain and injury on a fella human being.

“The police and the Attorney-General’s Chamber should be praised for their swift action in bringing a Datin to face a charge of attempted murder,” Gerakan Deputy Speaker Syed Abdul Razak Alsagoff said.

He said the problem with such employers “is that they seriously lack humanity and are plain cruel in nature”.

“I wonder whether such employers will inflict the same pain and injury on their children or loved ones? It wouldn’t surprise me if they did the same,” he added.

“It is a shame that the attempted murder on the Indonesian maid happened in N.37 Bukit Lanjan. We must apologise to the maid if the Datin is found guilty as charged,” said Syed Razak who is Gerakan’s nominee to contest N.37 Bukit Lanjan in the coming 14th General E…

BUKIT LANJAN: What’s up doc? Just the foreskin please, not the penis!

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BUKIT LANJAN: What’s up doc? Just the foreskin please, not the penis!

What is it with Malaysian doctors and penises, especially those in the federal capital Kuala Lumpur?

Are they on a vigilante birth-control campaign to turn Malaysian males into eunuchs?
“Circumcision is a non-complicated surgery but two teenagers have had their penis severed by doctors/general practitioners in a month. This is really too much for Malaysians to stomach!” Gerakan Deputy Speaker Syed Abdul Razak Alsagoff said.
“Are the two unfortunate painful experiences of the two boys a reflection of the incompetency and questionable qualifications of Malaysian doctors in Kuala Lumpur today?
“That the two incidents had happened in the federal capital and not in the rural areas make it the more worrying. What type of doctors do we have in practice that a simple non-complicated circumcision procedure or surgery can go that very wrong?” he asked.
Syed Razak said: “I find it very depressing that I have to talk about and questi…

BUKIT LANJAN: Malaysia tops ‘10 Most Lazy & Inactive Countries In The World’ - What rubbish!

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BUKIT LANJAN: Malaysia tops ‘10 Most Lazy & Inactive Countries In The World’ - What rubbish!

Before you read on this blog posting, first view the above attached video clip E10L (Epic10List), titled “10 Most Lazy & Inactive Countries In The World”.

The video clip is being shared and circulated via WhatsApp.

“It not only insults Malaysia, but the intelligence of Malaysians as well,” Gerakan Deputy Speaker Syed Abdul Razak Alsagoff said.

“I really wonder why Malaysians would even want to share such rubbish, unless you agree with the contents of the video clip. Perhaps the people sharing it really believes what has been projected by foreigners. “There is little evidence and findings to back the contents of the video clip. This is a classic example why Malaysians must not be so gullible to such ‘foreign attempts’ to run down Malaysia,” he added.

Syed Razak, who is Gerakan’s nominee to contest N.37 Bukit Lanjan in the coming 14th General Election (GE14), said: “I certainly believe the maj…

BUKIT LANJAN: Unregistered clinic in KL operates for 15 years without detection?

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BUKIT LANJAN: Unregistered clinic in KL operates for 15 years without detection?
Can a doctor legally open a clinic in Malaysia without registering with the Health Ministry?

If not, how did an unregistered clinic in Taman Cheras Utama operate for 15 years without any detection from state and federal health enforcement officers?

“And it took a 10-year-old boy losing his penis in a botched laser circumcision to expose the clinic. Certainly, there must be a serious weakness in health enforcement and monitoring of general practitioners in private clinics in Malaysia,” Gerakan Deputy Speaker Syed Abdul Razak Alsagoff said.
“I pray and hope there are no such unregistered clinics in Bukit Lanjan. Residents seeking medical consultation and treatment from clinics are advised to give some attention to the credentials of doctors in attendance.
“It is better to be safe than sorry later. With the cyberspace era, it is possible to run a background check on doctors or with the Health Ministry,” he added…

BUKIT LANJAN: A-G’s Report - Expose those who did wrong, not just recover

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BUKIT LANJAN: A-G’s Report - Expose those who did wrong, not just recover

Over the years, the annual Auditor-General (A-G)’s Report tabled in Parliament, has become meaningless to Malaysians.

Plenty of leakages have been exposed in the past decades but public perception is that those who did wrong got away without any action or reprimand.
“I say perception because action could have been taken discreetly but that is not doing the federal government and Parliament any good.
“Those who did wrong, causing the federal government to lose billions of ringgit in taxpayers’ money for decades, must be exposed to rid the perception that those who did wrong went unpunished,” Gerakan Deputy Speaker Syed Abdul Razak Alsagoff said.
Syed Razak was commenting on a news report that the federal government had recouped about RM2 billion after successful auditing exercises.
“With the rakyat (people)’s poor perception of leakages and corruption in the more than one million civil service workforce, revealing the…

BUKIT LANJAN: How many more have to die before any concrete enforcement action is taken to prevent fatal bus crashes?

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BUKIT LANJAN: How many more have to die before any concrete enforcement action is taken to prevent fatal bus crashes?

Fourteen people were killed when an express bus plunged into a 10m-deep ravine off the North-South Expressway (NSE) near Muar on Christmas Eve 2016.
It’s nothing short of tragedy for the loved ones of the dead but could the bus crash have been avoided?

“The tragedy could have been avoided if there was solid traffic enforcement to deter bus operators and drivers from flouting safety guidelines and SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures),” Gerakan Deputy Speaker Syed Abdul Razak Alsagoff said.
“What is most worrying are news reports that the driver of the ill-fated Goldstar Express bus had only three hours of rest before taking to the steering wheel again.
“If the news reports are accurate, then Goldstar Express and its owner/s must be charged with recklessly operating the bus or even culpable homicide not amounting to murder.
“The least is to have the Goldstar Express owner/s bl…

BUKIT LANJAN: So, Singaporeans not so goody-goody after all

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BUKIT LANJAN: So, Singaporeans not so goody-goody after all

A Singaporean social worker was jailed five years for stealing S$340,000 (RM1.05 million) from the Community Care Endowment Fund (ComCare), money meant to help the less fortunate.

Such greedy and dishonest social workers have also been exposed in Malaysia in the past, but there could be many who have yet to be caught or exposed.

“Governments should subject such disgraceful and dishonest citizens to the full brunt of the law,” Gerakan Deputy Speaker Syed Abdul Razak Alsagoff said.

He said to steal money meant for the needy or less fortunate “is just unforgivable”.

Syed Razak said those doing social work in communities or neighbourhood must remain honest and not steal funds not meant for them.

“It is not only a sin but they also disgrace their communities, neigbourhoods and country,” he added.

Syed Razak, who is Gerakan’s nominee to contest N.37 Bukit Lanjan in the coming 14th General Election (GE14), said community programmes inculca…

BUKIT LANJAN: Muslims reminded to return to the path of peace, love and tolerance

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BUKIT LANJAN: Muslims reminded to return to the path of peace, love and tolerance
It is most most heartening to note that the Johor Sultanah, Raja Zarith Idris, has again reminded self-centred Muslims to return to the path of peace, love and tolerance.

She stressed that Malaysian Muslims extending festive greetings or wishes to the rakyat (people) of other faiths did not make them less Muslim.
Instead, Raja Zarith Idris said “what is most important is that we regard one another as fellow citizens and treat each other with respect, regardless of our race or religion”.

“This is what national unity is all about. It is about 1Malaysians and 1Malaysia,” Gerakan Deputy Speaker Syed Abdul Razak said.

“This blog has been consistent in its contents. And I say it again. I am Malaysian First,” he added.

Syed Razak reiterated that the only way for Malaysia to progress towards a happy, harmonious and prosperous developed nation “is for Malaysians to be united, focusing all their energy on consolidatin…