NSTnation Twenty-nine Pahang state assemblymen pledge 10 per cent of their monthly allowance to the Pahang Covid-19 fund. Covid19 Fund Coronavirus MCO MovementControlOrder StayHome DudukRumah
KUANTAN: Twenty-nine Pahang state assemblymen today set aside their political differences to pledge 10 per cent of their monthly allowance to the Pahang Covid-19 fund.
In a joint statement today, Sungai Lembing assemblyman Datuk Md Sohaimi Mohamed Shah (Barisan Nasional), Tanjung Lumpur assemblyman Rosli Abdul Jabar (Pas) and DAP's Bilut assemblyman Lee Chin Chen said the elected representatives had agreed to allocate 10 per cent of their allowance for three months (April till June) for the fund. The statement read that 29 of the Pahang assemblymen have agreed to deduct 10 per cent of their allowance for three months from April for the Pahang Covid-19 fund. Those who agreed for the deduction are from Barisan Nasional (14 assemblyman), Pas (eight) and DAP (seven). "The two PKR elected representatives did not make any allowance deduction and will help the rakyat through other methods. “This effort is the empathy and solidarity shown by the state assembly towards the difficulties faced by the people during the Movement Control Order(MCO)." Yesterday, Pahang Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Wan Rosdy Wan Ismail along with 10 executive council members agreed to take a 10 per cent salary cut for three months between April and June to contribute to the Pahang Covid-19 fund. Last week, Pahang state secretary Datuk Seri Dr Sallehuddin Ishak announced that up to 10,000 civil servants in Pahang had agreed to donate a portion of their salary to aid Malaysians whose livelihoods has been badly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and the MCO. He said the civil servants in Pahang, including those appointed by the state, local authorities and state statutory bodies, had agreed to do it voluntarily and were estimated to collect about RM100,000 in a month. Related stories Read more: New Straits Times
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Health Ministry: 172 new Covid-19 cases, death toll now 19 (updated)PETALING JAYA: Four deaths and 172 new Covid-19 cases have been reported, bringing it to a total of 19 fatalities and 1,796 cases as of noon Wednesday (March 25), says Health Ministry director-general Datuk Seri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah. An update to this video: 20 fyi Amount of infected positive esp those on icu hopefully be able to reduce that important what I meant. Lopsided social media reporting esp on Vvip tested positive Covid 19 then entire world's knows. Pls give more encouragement towards our frontrunner much better in reporting. 👉🏼🙏
Covid-19 catat 19 kematian setakat hari iniSetakat hari ini terdapat 172 kes baru yang dilaporkan menjadikan jumlah kes positif adalah sebanyak 1,796 kes. FMTNews Covid19
Covid-19: Four more deaths increase toll to 19CORONAVIRUS | Total number of cases as of noon is now at 1,796, with 172 new cases.
Korban Covid-19 melonjak 19 orangJUMLAH kematian akibat koronavirus baharu (Covid-19) yang dilaporkan kepada Pusat Kesiapsiagaan dan Tindak Cepat Krisis Kebangsaan (CPRC) di Malaysia setakat ini ialah 19 orang.
Covid-19: More recorded deaths bring toll to 19CORONAVIRUS | Total number of cases as of noon is now at 1,796, with 172 new cases.
Korban Covid-19 naik kepada 19 orang | The Malaysian Insight172 kes baharu, 71 daripadanya berkaitan dengan kluster tabligh Seri Petaling. you gotta stop retweeting day old articles. The facts and figures are changing everyday so you’re just flooding the twitter feed with outdated info. It’s clear the death toll now is at 23... Vivy Yusof mohon maaf Hanya balas dengan emoji sedih Dr M says would return to the past to change country’s fate if he had a time machine | Malay Mail Bazar Ramadan, Aidilfitri di Kedah dibatalkan Bersih concerned over politicians plastering their faces on Covid-19 relief items Terima kasih 'lembaga putih' Ramadan bazaar issue taken out of context, says FT Minister