The Special Internal Audit on MAPS section 4.2.1 stated that the proposed works under the turnkey contract has not been properly completed by SDGM. Continue reading “My eight question to Zambry – Why SDGM failed to complete the proposed MAPS construction works despite being paid RM413M by ATP?”
The Special Internal Audit Report on MAPS section 3.4 outlined the actual project cost of MAPS. It is stated in the audit report that ATP has paid a total of RM413M to SDGM in direct payments and also payments on behalf. Continue reading “My seventh question to Zambry – How can SDGM went into liquidation after receiving RM413M from ATP in direct payments and payments on behalf?”
Zambry finally came out from hiding yesterday and accused me of subjecting him to a “trial by the media” over the RM217M cost overrun of the MAPS project. Continue reading “My sixth question to Zambry – how stating facts in the internal audit report and questioning the decisions made in the MAPS project is subjecting him to a “trial by the media”?”
The special internal audit report on MAPS in section 4.1.1 stated that the decision by PCB to become majority shareholders through PCBD was not been backed by a proper feasibility study. Continue reading “My fifth question to Zambry – Zambry must explain why no feasibility study has been carried out prior to undertake the RM607M MAPS project?”
Zambry has been totally silent since my last Media Conference on the Special Internal Audit Report on MAPS last Saturday. Neither did he respond to any of my three questions for the past three days. Instead, the State assembly opposition leader Saarani came to Zambry’s rescue by saying it is not for Zambry to answer questions related to MAPS and that I was seeking cheap publicity. Continue reading “My fourth question to Zambry – Will Zambry dare to declare that he is totally unaware of the increase in cost of MAPS, the RM250M shareholder advances by PCBD, MAPS main contractor (SDGM) financial problems and PCB became the only company funding the project despite owning only 51% of shares in ATP?”
When ATP signed the agreement with DreamWorks, it was specified in the agreement that if MAPS is not open to public on time, ATP will need to pay an extension fee penalty. Continue reading “My third question to Zambry – Why did he allow ATP to delay the opening of MAPS for 18 months and pay RM5.3M to DreamWorks in penalty?”
During the launching of MAPS in March 2014, Zambry has publicly announced that MAPS will open its doors to the public by the end of 2015. This has turned out to be a lie as the Special Internal Audit shows that in the turnkey contact between ATP and SDGM the date to open up the park is 31 March 2016. Continue reading “My Second Question to Zambry – Did Zambry plan for the failure to meet the opening date of MAPS at the end of 2015 when he publicly announced it during the launching of MAPS in March 2014?”
The Special Internal Audit Report on MAPS stated in 4.2.6 that Retention sum for the progress claims was waived in progress claim no. 23 onwards, and the amount retained has been released prior to the completion of the project. Continue reading “My first question to Zambry – Why did he allow ATP to reduce the retention sum from 10% of the progress claim to 5% and subsequently waived, and the whole amount retained is released to SDGM prior to the completion of the project?”
As the former Chairman of Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Perak (PKNP) who has direct control over Perak Corporation Berhad (PCB), PCBD and ATP, Zambry must explain and be fully responsible for the increase in cost of MAPS from the original cost RM390M to the actual cost of RM607M. A fact that was never disclosed by the previous administration. Continue reading “Zambry should explain and be fully responsible for the increase in cost of the Movie Animation Park Studios (MAPS) from the original cost of RM390M to the actual cost of RM607M. Why did Zambry allow PCB Development Sdn Bhd (PCBD) which owns only 51% of Animation Theme Park Sdn Bhd (ATP) to be solely responsible for the additional funding to construct and develop MAPS by approving three shareholder advance agreements with a total of RM250M?”
Adun Keranji Chong Zhemin telah dijemput untuk menghadiri Majlis Pembukaan Rasmi Perak Medical Klinik di Kampar Sentral kelmarin hari.
Chong mengatakan Pejabat Daerah dan Tanah Kampar telah mengenal pasti tapak yang paling sesuai untuk membina Hospital Kampar daripada tiga c adangan tapak yang dikemukakan sebelum ini.
“Keluasan tapak tersebut 60 ekar dan mempunyai kedudukan strategik di Daerah Kampar, kira-kira 10km dari Hospital Kampar yang sedia ada.
PDT Kampar telah membuat cadangan tapak tersebut berikutan lawatan ke tapak tersebut bersama Pengarah Hospital Kampar Dr Khairul Azha b Azam dan Timbalan Pengarah Kesihatan Negeri Perak (Pengurusan) Tuan Hj Muaz b Hj Nawawi. Cadangan tapak ini akan dikemukakan kepada Jabatan Kesihatan Negeri Perak untuk pertimbangan .
Pembinaan Hospital Baru Kampar harus dilakukan segera memandangkan lokasi yang sedia ada di atas bukit adalah tidak sesuai dan membawa kesulitan kepada pesakit untuk mendapat rawatan. Pada 2014, JKR telah mengenal pasti tiga bangunan Hospital Kampar yang tidak sesuai untuk digunakan kerana pergerakan tanah. Susulan itu, bahagian kecemasan, pesakit luar dan farmasi terpaksa dipindahkan ke bangunan lain.
Chong juga berkata bahawa Hospital UTAR yang dalam proses pembinaan merupakan hospital swasta, walaupun pihak UTAR mengatakan ia sebuah hospital yang tidak bersifat keuntungan, UTAR tidak dapat menjamin caj bayaran minima yang sama dengan Hospital Kerajaan. Oleh itu untuk menjaga kebajikan kesihatan warga Kampar terutama golongan yang kurang berkemampuan, Hospital Baru Kampar wajib diteruskan.
Gambar 1 : Dr K Supramaniam(kiri) Pengarah Urusan(Managing Director) Perak Medical Centre Group menyukat tekanan darah Orang Besar Jajahan Kampar Dato’ Abdul Talib bin Abd. Fahmi(tengah). Adun Keranji Chong Zhemin(kanan)
Gambar 2 : Lembaga Pengarah Perak Medical Centre Group Dr M Kanarain(Kiri 2) memberi cenderamata kepada Adun Keranji Chong Zhemin(kiri) Di kanan ialah Dr K Supramaniam.
Gambar 3 : Staf-staf Perak Medical Klinik mengambil gambar dengan tetamu khas yang hadir.