FT Minister says KL's homeless to be employed after MCO
“Those that are found fit to work will be given the option to work as general workers with DBKL or in factories around the Klang Valley.“We are prepared to offer 500 to 700 positions, and they will be paid a salary of between RM1,200 to RM1,400, ” he announced during a press conference that was streamed live on his ministry's Facebook page on Friday (April 10).
He added that they would also be provided with lodging in dormitories and would start work beginning May 1, should the movement control order be lifted by then.Currently, there are two transit centres in Jalan Pahang and Anjung Singgah in Kuala Lumpur, and four community centres and multipurpose halls under DBKL to shelter the homeless.
The halls are the Sentul Perdana and Setiawangsa community centres, and Alam Damai Cheras and Tasik Ampang Hilir multipurpose halls, which have been turned into temporary shelters. Read more: The Star »
Bela Dulu Nasib Mereka yang terjejas akibat PKP ini. Baru cerita pasal homeless. Homeless adalah kesan daripada diri sendiri tetapi jobless ini disebabkan oleh faktor PKP sehingga terpaksa diberhentikan. Mereka dah bertahun Dan Ada diantara mereka dah selesa jadi homeless. Tapi yang jobless ini terpaksa menerima hakikat ini walaupun bukan ditakdirkan.
Kesian bagi Mereka yang Memuji tanpa faham. Kau nak bagi kerja kepada mereka yang tiada Pekerjaan. Tetapi bagaimana dengan mereka yang diberhentikan kerja, Hilang Punca pendapatan akibat kesan daripada PKP ini? Siapa yang Akan membela mereka Now this is even better than KhalidSamad even when it’s coming from a BN/PN person. Only saying this coz of the several tweets on the KLhomeless to the former which was ignored.
Alhamdulillah....ini mcm la menteri kita mau!! If they are willing to work it fine, then we can send back the foreign workers. But if they are as demanding as the current locals then what Alhamdulillah.
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