Thursday, November 8, 2012

Fed Govt upgraded a total of 14.6km rural roads costing RM22.42mil

Posted by Smookiekins On 11/08/2012 01:04:00 PM

The Federal Government has upgraded a total of 14.6km stretch of rural roads at a cost of RM22.42 million for the Batu Sapi Parliamentary coustituency in 2010 until 2012.

The government continues to provide a complete infrastructure to rural communities and ensuring that the people enjoy the facilities and that it will continue to implement basic infrastructure projects in rural areas under the NKRA involving Rural Road Projects, Rural Water and Electricity Supply.

The Minister of Rural and Regional Development said this in reply to a question from MP for Batu Sapi, Datin Linda Tsen Thau Lin at the Parliament Third Meeting; the Fifth Session of the Twelfth Parliament recently.

Datin Linda has asked the Minister to state the action to be taken in order to upgrade the infrastructure and basic amenities in Batu Sapi Parliamentary constituency since the area is semi-rural and lacked basic infrastructure and amenities such as a bridge by the sea-side, village roads, solar power electricity and water supply.

According to the Minister, in that same period, the Government had implemented two Rural Water Supply projects worth RM930,000 in the Batu Sapi Parliamentary constituency which benefited 270 houses to have 24 hours access to clean water.

In addition to that, the government completed the extension project of rural power supply to Kampung Gads which involved 804 houses at a cost of RM572,470.

Eventually, in ensuring the continuity of the Rural Infrastructure Project to continue, the government will continue to implement projects under the “Government Transformation Programme (GTP 2.0) beginning in 2013-2015.


Source: New Sabah Times
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3 comments:

  1. Jalan2 perlu diperbaiki

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  2. Gunakan peruntukan sebaik mungkin untuk rakyat

    ReplyDelete
  3. byk jalan di Sabah perlu diperbaiki.

    ReplyDelete

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