Monday, October 4, 2010

BN don’t waste time on PR small issues

MUKAH: Barisan Nasional (BN) will not be wasting its time entertaining the opposition petty issues when they have to deal with so many big issues that are crucial to Sarawak and its people.
“What’s makes the political approaches of these group of opposition different were that they are looking for small issues we in BN we looking for big issues,” lamented Chief Minister Pehin Sri Haji Abdul Taib Mahmud.
Taib was speaking at Majlis Ramah Tamah Aidilfitri Bersama YAB Ketua Menteri Sarawak held at Kingwood Resorts today.
BN he stressed always look onn the bigger picture but the opposition due to their limited thinking ability would focus on the small petty problems faced by the rakyats and make a mountain out of the mole.
“They are looking at potholes on the road because they could not deliver bigger things like us in the existing state government,” he said.
BN made promises based on its capacity the opposition has the tendency of coming up with empty or unachievable promises.
“The BN leaders are not like those who only know how to do things with fingers or using microscope from afar. We are a progressing party. That’s why can see the state and people are developing from time to time for the last fifty years under the existing government,” he stressed.
He said the foundation and strength of BN in developing the state was non other than the spirit of togetherness and unity among the leaders and the plural society of Sarawak.
“Lambir constituency, 70% of the populace are Muslims but elected representative Datuk Aidan Wing, is a Christian and yet they stood firmly behind him,” he cited.
Among those present were Mukah Member of Parliament, Dato Sri Dr. Muhammad Leo Michael Toyad, Igan Member of Parliament, Datuk Haji Wahab Dolah, Political Secretary to the Chief Minister cum Jemoreng State Assemblyman, Abu Seman Jahwie, Bintulu Member of Parliament, Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing, Lambir State Assemblyman, Datuk Aidan Wing and Daro State Assemblyman, Murni Suhaili.

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