Yuran Perunding Projek Lanskap Legaran Segget Tidak Masuk Akal

JOHOR BAHRU, 29 Julai 2017 (Berita Harian) : Yuran perunding bagi projek menyediakan lanskap di Legaran Segget yang didakwa mencecah sehingga RM20 juta disifatkan tidak masuk akal dan satu penghinaan kepada rakyat. Timbalan Menteri Dalam Negeri, Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed, berkata tindakan melaksanakan projek menyediakan landskap di kawasan itu tanpa penyertaan dan pembabitan pihak berkuasa tempatan (PBT) iaitu Majlis Bandaraya Johor Bahru (MBJB) juga menjadi satu persoalan. Katanya, jika pihak berkenaan mendapatkan perkhidmatan MBJB, mereka hanya perlu membayar kadar maksimum sebanyak enam peratus daripada nilai keseluruhan berkenaan sebagai yuran perunding. “Kebiasaannya (MBJB) minta enam peratus daripada nilai projek tetapi bagi

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Saya kesiankan Tun M

KUALA LUMPUR, 30 Julai 2017 (Sinar Harian) – Pengerusi Harapan tidak mustahil akan jadi orang buangan sekiranya gabungan itu gagal menang besar pada PRU14 nanti. Timbalan Menteri Dalam Negeri, Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed berkata, bekas perdana menteri itu yang diharapkan menjadi tunjang untuk menarik pengundi terutamanya golongan veteran pastinya bakal menjadi antara orang yang akan dipersalahkan berikutan kegagalan Harapan. Menurutnya, Bersatu yang menjadi ahli paling muda dalam Harapan cukup mudah untuk diperkotak-katikkan oleh rakan parti lebih senior seperti DAP dan PKR. “Tun M akan dijadikan kambing hitam dalam Harapan oleh tiga rakan parti atas kegagalan rampas kuasa dari BN pada

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Gabungan parti Harapan hanya ‘tonto’ politik

KUALA LUMPUR, 20 Julai 2017 (Sinar Harian) – Gabungan Harapan boleh disifatkan sebagai tonto (tolong orang nak tipu orang) politik kerana pemimpin utama mereka mempunyai agenda peribadi masing-masing. Timbalan Menteri Dalam Negeri yang juga Ahli Parlimen Pulai, Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed berkata, empat parti dalam gabungan itu saling mahu memanipulasi antara satu sama lain demi cita-cita politik mereka. Jelas beliau, situasi itu amat jelas apabila dua pemimpin utama iaitu Tun Mahathir Mohamed dan Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim yang pernah berkerat rotan serta berpatah arang kini sanggup kembali menjadi sahabat karib. “Anwar sudah lama mengidam kerusi perdana menteri sehingga sanggup bekerjasama

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In The Name of Democracy in D.A.P

The easiest way for politicians to get away from bearing any responsibilities from a mess they create is by crying out the overly used excuse of ‘conspiracy’ which by now is a staple in the Malaysian political scene. Latest of course we have the current DAP leadership blaming the decision made by the RoS ordering them to conduct fresh elections as a conspiracy concocted by the Home Ministry, instead of admitting and correcting their administrative shortcomings.  The typical story board that is being displayed is that this is part of a Barisan Nasional strategic move to weaken the current DAP

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UNHCR not cooperating with refugee numbers

JOHOR BAHRU, 13 May 2017 (The Star) : The Home Ministry is identifying the exact number of refugees holding cards issued by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). Deputy Home Minister Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed said the exercise was required as the UNHCR had not cooperated with the ministry on the number of UNHCR refugees in Malaysia. He said he could not understand why the UNHCR refused to give the exact number of refugees from its data base. “We will do the exercise with or without the involvement of the UNHCR and we will issue identification cards by

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No altercation at surau if there’s tolerance

JOHOR BAHRU, 6 May 2017 (The Star) : The altercation in front of a surau in Jalan Austin Perdana here after Friday prayers would not have occurred if all parties had practised tolerance, said Deputy Home Minister Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed. He said the driver whose car was blocked by other vehicles parked on the road side should not have honked while people were performing their prayers. At the same time, he said, the mosque goers should not have acted violently against the driver. “The men who attacked the driver could have talked with him instead of attacking him.  “The

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Cops are rounding up gang leaders to curb spread of problem

JOHOR BAHRU, 6 May 2017 (New Straits Times) : The police are currently conducting an on-going crackdown to round up gang leaders in an effort to combat the menace. Deputy Home Minister Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed said several gang leaders are expected to be arrested soon as police intensify efforts against gang-related activities. “This has become a worrying issue as these gangs are now recruiting school children as members. If we don’t put a stop to it now, the problem will continue to spread,” he said. He said police have already succeeded in arresting several gang leaders during operations in

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