Police must immediately investigate whether there is any misappropriation or abuse of power regarding the missing RM50 Million allocation under budget 2016 to Chinese Primary schools

DAP Perak has today lodged a police report regarding the missing RM50 Million allocation under budget 2016 to Chinese Primary schools.

According to the news report in China Press today, Finance Ministry has confirmed that the full allocation has been disbursed to the Education Ministry. However, the Education Ministry denied receiving the full RM50 Million allocation.

I have lodged a police report at IPD Ipoh this morning to urge the police to investigate whether there is any misappropriation or abuse of power regarding the missing RM50 Million allocation to Chinese Primary Schools.

It is unacceptable that when there is just 8 days remaining in 2016, 800 Chinese Primary Schools throughout the country has yet to receive a single cent of allocation. The same has happened last year when RM30 million of the allocation to the Chinese Primary Schools has been use for flood relief purposes.

In 2013 and 2014, no such cases were reported. All the RM50 Million allocation promised to Chinese Primary Schools were disbursed in full. However, after MCA rejoined the cabinet, problems start arising. In two consecutive years, during 2014 and 2015 allocations to the Chinese Primary Schools have been reportedly missing.

MCA’s saying “When you have someone in the government, things get done.”(有人在朝好办事) is nothing more than an empty slogan. I urge MCA to stop using such tactics to deceive the people. It has been proven over time, with MCA in the cabinet, more problem arises.

I also urge the police to investigate the missing allocation of RM25 Million to SMJK schools and RM50 Million to Catholic Schools.

Media Statement by Chong Zhemin, Political Secretary to DAP Perak Chairman and DAP Perak Publicity Bureau Chief on 23 Dec 2016

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