Lokasi Pusat Khidmat

Pusat Khidmat Masyarakat - Ahli Parlimen SUBANG

6-2, Jalan Pekaka 8/4, Seksyen 8, Kota Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

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Tel: 03 6157 1842 Fax: 03 - 6157 2841


Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Soalan Parliament

Tuan Sivarasa a/l K. Rasiah [ Subang ] minta MENTERI DALAM
NEGERI menyatakan apakah sebabnya Ketua Polis Daerah Petaling Jaya
bertindak menyuraikan perhimpunan aman pada 14, 11 dan 18 Januari
2009 di dalam kawasan ibu pejabat Majlis Bandaraya Petaling Jaya
padahal Datuk Bandar Petaling Jaya telah memberi kebenaran untuk
mengadakan perhimpunan tersebut.

Jawapan Menteri:

Untuk makluman, pada 4 Januari, 11 Januari dan 18 Januari 2009, satu perhimpunan haram berhubung isu mansuhkan ISA telah diadakan di Ibu Pejabat Majlis Bandaraya Petaling Jaya. Perhimpunan tersebut bermula pada jam 7:45 malam dan disertai oleh kira-kira 50 hingga 80 orang. Manakala, perhimpunan pada 18 Januari 2009, turut dihadiri oleh Raja Petra Kamaruddin.

Semua perhimpunan berkenaan didapati tidak mempunyai permit perhimpunan dari pihak polis. Tambahan pula, berdasarkan rekod pihak polis, Datuk Bandar Petaling Jaya tiak pernah mengeluarkan sebarang surat kebenaranberhubung perkara ini. Perhimpunan tersebut juga telah diadakan di tempat awam bertempat di luar Dewan Ibu Pejabat Majlis Bandaraya Petaling Jaya. Pada jam 8:00 malam, pihak polis telah menyuraikan perhimpunan berkenaan atas alasan perhimpunan tersebut tidak mempunyai permit. Dengan itu, pihak polis telah bertindak sebagaimana yang diperuntukan dibawah seksyen 27 Akta Polis 1967. Dibawah peruntukan tersebut, mana-mana individu yang berniat mengadakan perhimpunan di mana-mana tempat awam hendaklah terlebih dahulu membuat permohonan kepada Ketua Polis Daerah bagi mendapatkan permit perhimpunan.

Monday, February 23, 2009

Soalan Parliament

Tuan Sivarasa a/l K. Rasiah [ Subang ] minta MENTERI DALAM
NEGERI menyatakan apakah kos yang dibayar oleh Kerajaan untuk bukubuku
pasport baru termasuk “microchip” yang ada di dalamnya, nama
syarikat yang mendapat kontrak untuk membekalkan buku tersebut,
tempoh kontrak dan adakah kontrak diberi secara tender terbuka

Jawapan Menteri:
Untuk makluman, kos yang dibayar oleh kerajaan untuk buku-buku pasport Malaysia termasuk "contactless smart chip" bagi kategori i: MRP-2 32 muka surat dan kategori ii: MRP-64 muka surat, masing-masing berjumlah RM59.25 dan RM63.15 setiap satu. Kos tersebut tidak termasuk kos laminat keselamatan, kos alatan pakai buang untuk mesin percetakan pasport, sistem operasi dan kos lain yang berkaitan.

Untuk memenuhi faktor dan elemen keselamatan, Kerajaan telah melantik Syarikat Percetakan Keselamatan National Sdn Bhd (PKNSB) secara rundingan terus pada Februari 1990. Syarikat Percetakan Keselamatan National (PKNSB) ditubuhkan pada tahun 1983 sebagai Cawangan Percetakan Keselamatan dibawah Jabatan Percetakan Negara pada ketika itu, sebelum ia diswastakan.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Sivarasa Stands Up For Tamil Schools

Protesters want alienated land returned to Tamil school
BANDAR Utama residents want MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu to do the right thing by returning the 12,140sq metres of prime land that was originally alienated for the Effingham Tamil School to the people.
“It is good of him to acknowledge that it was an administrative error that had resulted in his name being listed as the beneficial owner of half of the land in Jalan BU11/1, but it has been almost five months since he apologised and we now want him to rectify the mistake and put things right,’’ social worker S. Bathavachalam said.
Bathavachalam said the land was designated for public use and should not be sold or transferred to any individual or political party, hence it was not suitable for the MIC to use it to build its headquarters there.
“We want MIC to return the land back to the school – it belongs to the people,’’ former student P. Kalaivani said.
Show of protest: The residents gathering outside the school.
Kalaivani added that the school had an enrolment of 600 pupils and the number was expected to increase in a few years.
Some 60 people, comprising residents and former students of the school held a peaceful demonstration outside the school premises on Sunday asking for the return of the land.
The school’s parent-teacher association had had a meeting in the morning with the school’s administration to find out the latest developments on the issue and the matter has also been referred to the anti-corruption commission.
The MIC and Samy Vellu came under fire recently when it was discovered that party president was named the beneficial owner of half of the land.
MIC secretary-general Datuk Dr S. Subramaniam had clarified last year that the land was owned by the party and there was an error in the description of the proprietor in the land title.

Saturday, February 14, 2009

Sivarasa barred from entering Sarawak

By Wong Choon Mei, Suara keADILan
KeADILan vice president Sivarasa Rasiah was barred from entering Sarawak this afternoon, the second time in three months that a Pakatan Rakyat leader has been denied access to the state.
No reason was given for the move, believed to have been ordered by chief minister Abdul Mahmud Taib, prompting sharp condemnation by civil society groups.
Taib, who has ruled Sarawak with a fist of iron for decades, is expected to soon dissolve the state government and call for a snap election.
There is growing fear that he might seal off the state to Pakatan leaders - especially to reform icon Anwar Ibrahim - in a bid to retain power at all costs.
Said Ramon Navaratnam, president of Transparency International: “It is bad for the government to disallow anybody from moving freely as long as it is within the law.
“The rule of law must prevail at all times regardless of politics. When there is arbitrary barring, it reflects a lack of accountability and transparency and this will erode the public’s confidence in the government.”
Oppressive paranoia
Sivarasa’s plane touched down at the Kuching airport at 1.45 pm but he was not allowed to enter the East Malaysian state. In an SMS message to Suara KeADILan, the MP for Subang said he had been detained by the immigration authorities there.
“The immigration officers told me my name has been blacklisted from entering Sarawak since three months ago,” said Sivarasa.
“When I asked why, they just said it was under the instruction of the state government. Because of that, I was forced to return to Kuala Lumpur.”
In December, MP for Padang Serai N Gobalakrishnan was also banned from entering the state.
Sivarasa had gone to Sarawak to brief KeADILan members about proposed amendments to the party’s constitution, and had made similar stops at other states before this. The amendments are due to be debated at a party congress slated for later this year.

Monday, February 9, 2009

CNY Celebrations 2009 come to an end......

The DUN Bukit Lanjan and Subang Parliament Chinese New Year Celebrations came to an end with the final celebrations on the 15th day; Monday 9th February.

This highly succesful celebration at Taman Ehsan attended by YAB Mentri Besar also highlighted an over 300 feet long Yee Sang..truly a Celebration for the Rakyat!

SYABAS to all rakyat of Subang Parliament and especially to Bukit Lanjan DUN. Lets continue working together for a Better Malaysia in this year of the OX.

Friday, February 6, 2009

Bkt Lanjan CNY Open House

You are all invited to join in the CNY Celebration on this 9th February, which is a Public Holiday! Inform your neighbours, bring along your children and come celebrate together!

Selangor State - CNY Open House

Please come and share in the joys of celebration with the rest of Anak Bangsa Malaysia. Lets celebrate as One Nation, One People...with One Vision and One Hope!
See you there!

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Council of Churches Dialogue

YB Sivarasa joined YB Tian Chua, MP Batu as panelists in a dialogue session organised by the Council of Churches, Malaysia.

"honest" "down to earth" " refreshing" "confidence"

such were the adjectives used to describe the comments and reflections of the two YB's from participants of the dialogue session.

We hope there will be more such open dialogues where civil society gets to listen "straight from the horse's mouth" on policies and directions of our political leaders. It is also a great opportunity for members of the civil society to act as a check and balance on promises made.

Monday, February 2, 2009

Welfare Aid - Chinese New Year

In conjunction with the Chinese New Year Celebrations, YB Sivarasa participated in a pre CNY celebration at the Chinese Temple in the Sungei Buloh New Village.

YB took the opportunity of the visit to distribute food items as well as "ang pows" to the elderly and needy at the village.

LIVE on 89.9 - BFM

YB Sivarasa, the Member of Parliament for Subang will be inteviewed LIVE this Wednesday, 4th February on BFM, 89.9 at 8:00am.

Hear his thoughts on Human Rights, his role as MP and on current issues.

Follow this blog for updates of this interview.