- Bersih could dirty GE13
- bring it on!! (GE13)
- [VIDEO AL-JAZEERA] Hutang Negara Meningkat Era Najib Tetapi Salahkan Anwar
- Photos taken on the date Parliament dissolved.
- US, EU Call for Investigation of Fatal Rangoon Fire
- PRU13 - Peluang Emas Untuk Humbankan UMNO Keluar Dari Putrajaya
- Standing Up Against Suppression, ID and Intimidation
- Arson attack evidence on Yangon Muslim School where 13 children died
- Visiting the K’s
- URGENT APPEAL TO OIC to stop Myanmar from demolishing a Masjid in Ya Mae Thin obeying the order of 969 Wira Thu
- My prediction on the election date
- Free, fair and peaceful elections
- Dr M’s family in GE13 campaign
- Ops Lalang: Mahathir's autocracy at its worst, Vote DUMNO out GE-13!!
- Gen Hisham adds four-star glitter to PKR cast by Terence Netto
- FB of Adipati Eleven ကိ ုလံ ု း ၀ မယံ ုပါဘူ း
- မင္းႀကီးတာကထြက္တဲ့ ေရႊသမင္ျဖစ္ေန
- ဦးဝီရသူရဲ.ပစ္မွတ္က မြတ္စလင္ၿပီးရင္ ခရစ္ယာန္ေတြလား? Is Christians going to be next target of Wira Thu
- လူရည္ခြၽန္ အပန္းေျဖစခန္းမ်ားကို ပုဂံ၊ အင္းေလးႏွင့္ ေငြေဆာင္ကမ္းေျခတုိ႔၌ ျပန္လည္ဖြင့္လွစ္
Posted: 03 Apr 2013 10:18 AM PDT
The only thing that could disrupt a clean and fair general elections is Bersih. While both Barisan Nasional and Pakatan Rakyat have pledged a condusive ambience during campaign and polling, Ambiga remains unconvinced.
She never trusted the electoral reform, neither did she recognise effort taken by the Election Commission to clean up the rolls.
The Election Commission is still her 'enemy' and it will remain that way until she is fully satisfied when all her demands are fulfilled.
But she never answered this common question - which country she thinks is free from election fraud, dirty money being used to buy votes and voters were moved from one place to another? Did she answer Singapore and the United States? She must be blind!
So, what is Ambiga's plan?
Will she organise another rally should Bersih detects irregularities during campaigning and polling? Or will she just find fault in Barisan Nasional camp since she only supports Anwar Ibrahim, hoping for a Cabinet post if Pakatan forms the next Federal government?
And what kind of action will Bersih undertake if more troubles come from Pakatan Rakyat than BN? No action, I guess but it would be 'wise' for Bersih to blame it on BN.
Another thing. Where is Ambiga contesting? Rumors are rife that she will don Pakatan colors and contest a Parliament seat. Good for her also as it will put her on display for the rakyat to see and evaluate.
Posted: 03 Apr 2013 09:57 AM PDT
ok! so parliament had been dissolved yesterday (FINALLY!!) and i can't wait for the general election… to vote anything but umno – ABU! asalkan bukan umno!!
like my buddy, martin jalleh, i hope to update my blog regularly now that GE is approaching. been busy updating this and that at facebook all the time but i need to update in my blog too as i can 'talk' more here. haha. beside, whatever i blog here will also appear on my facebook.
well i guess for now it doesn't matter that my blog is still 'something wrong' and i had been saying countless of times i need to update/edit my blog…. the format/design i mean… but never get down to doing it. never mind, it is still readable though so for the moment, i'll continue using this design.
ok! about the GE! first, some basic information for all. providing links to some election related websites. first of all, of course our very own election commission (EC), otherwise known in our local lingua as SPR.
sururhanjaya pilihanraya (SPR in bahasa) or election commission (EC) website
to check your voter registrar from the website:
note: most probably the link 'spr.gov.my' won't be working, so better all the time use the link 'pru13.gov.my' instead.
to check your voter registrar via sms:
to check or enquire from SPR, call the no. 03-88856565
ok, that's all on SPR. do you know you can help a lot in the GE, especially to spot (and report) cheating if you sign up as a 'pemantau' (observer)? bersih 2.0 is still looking for pemantau, i think. here is their link:
beside being pemantau, you can also be either one of this - PACABA. 'pacaba' stands for polling agent, counting agent, barung (booth) agent. one site that is filled with very informative info on pacaba is tindak malaysia. click on its link to visit it.
oh of course, don't forget MAFREL (malaysian for free and fair election) website too. i was a MAFREL observer (accredited and with pass too!) during the march 8 GE! u will be talking about it in my later post.
malaysiakini, my favourite online news portal, has come out with an interesting, informative and interactive website on the election. everything you need to know about the election at the click of your mouse. it's simply known as 'undi info'.
ok, that's about all for the time being. tomorrow, i'll put up an interesting info-graphic where at a glance you'll get to know about the voting process and also about the state and parliament seats.
Posted: 03 Apr 2013 10:26 AM PDT
Pentadbiran Najib lemah, rasuah punca ekonomi negara teruk
Pentadbiran Datuk Seri Najib Razak yang lemah dan rasuah mengakibatkan Malaysia mengalami defisit yang teruk dan hutang negara melonjak kepada RM540 bilion, kata Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
"Lebih RM400 bilion hanya ketika Najib memerintah. Pentadbiran lemah dan rasuah, flip flop dalam ekonomi. Saya Menteri Kewangan lapan tahun, saya tahu kedudukannya.
"Kerajaan harus memperbaiki ekonomi dengan membanteras rasuah dan memastikan kerajaan ditadbir secara telus dan penuh tanggungjawab," katanya kepada stesen TV antarabangsa, Al-Jazeera sempena pembubaran Parlimen hari ini.
Beliau menjawab demikian kepada soalan kononnya ketidakstabilan politik di Malaysia akibat perjuangan Pakatan Rakyat yang diterajuinya sebagai punca ketidaktentuan ekonomi di Malaysia.
Ia sebahagian soalan 'berat' yang diasak kepada Anwar sepanjang wawancara empat minit secara siaran langsung bermula jam 6.10 petang tetapi dijawab Ketua Umum KEADILAN itu dengan jitu.
Sambil kesal kerana pembangkang pula dipersalah berikutan masalah ekonomi negara, Anwar berkata: "Tentunya, kita tak dapat diterima (tuduhan itu).
Secara fakta, Anwar sebelum dipecat melalui konspirasi politik pada 1998 dan berperanan sebagai Menteri Kewangan berjaya mengurangkan hutang dan Malaysia mengalami lebihan belanjawan.
Sebaliknya, pada era Najib, hutang negara melambung kepada RM456 bilion pada akhir 2011 iaitu 53 peratus dari Keluaran Dalam Negara Kasar – melonjak lima kali ganda berbanding baki hutang pada 1997.
Posted: 03 Apr 2013 07:09 AM PDT
Posted: 03 Apr 2013 06:51 AM PDT
Authorities in Rangoon investigate after a fire broke out at an Islamic boarding school in Rangoon early on Tuesday morning. (Photo: STEVE / THE IRRAWADDY)
RANGOON—The European Union and the United States have called on Burma's government to thoroughly investigate the cause of a fire at an Islamic school in Rangoon that killed 13 children early on Tuesday morning.
In a statement released in Brussels, the European Union said EU High Representative Catherine Ashton was "deeply troubled" by reports of the fatal fire and called on authorities "to urgently conduct a thorough investigation that will leave no doubt as to the causes of this tragic accident."
In a similar statement, US Ambassador to Burma Derek Mitchell on Tuesday urged the government to "to conduct a thorough and transparent investigation into the cause of the fire."
The fire broke out shortly after midnight on Tuesday at Saudikia Madrasa, an Islamic boarding school in east Rangoon's Botahtaung Township.
Authorities blamed the incident on an overheated voltage regulator and said there had been no criminal activity.
However, some bystanders expressed suspicions that the fire was an act of arson, as it came on the heels of anti-Muslim riots last month in central Burma that left more than 40 people dead and hundreds of homes torched.
The Rangoon Division government hosted two press conferences on Tuesday, hoping to clarify the situation and prevent the spread of any religious tension or violence.
Lt-Col Myint Aye from the Rangoon Division police force told reporters that a Muslim teacher at the school agreed with authorities that the fire had been caused by an overheated voltage regulator in the building.
The teacher, Zayar Phyo, had earlier been accused of spreading rumors that the fire was caused by arson, but changed his stance after being detained by authorities.
"He admitted that the fire was caused by the voltage regulator after we showed him our evidence, including from interviews with three boys [who escaped from the blaze]," Myint Aye told reporters at the Rangoon regional Parliament building.
Myint Aye said another teacher, Khin Maung Aye, had fled from the scene after facing accusations of negligence in the fire.
"He ran away and won't dare to come out and see us yet," Myint Aye said.
The chief minister of Rangoon Division, Myint Swe, said the two teachers wanted to hide their alleged negligence by blaming the incident on arson.
"It is very natural for people to look for scapegoats when they're responsible for a problem," Myint Swe said. "They [the teachers] were afraid because they made mistakes, and that's why they said other people set the school on fire."
About 70 boys were living at the two-storey boarding school.
The police said the fire likely began downstairs at the voltage regulator, which was installed next to a ladder, and then spread upstairs.
Most of the children were sleeping on the first floor, but 13 boys who slept upstairs were unable to escape and died in the blaze.
Myint Aye said that after the fire started, children trying to put out the blaze may have accidentally fanned the flames by knocking over a fuel can inside the building.
He said police officers discovered a severely melted diesel container after the fire.
When police interviewed boys who escaped, he said, the boys admitted to spilling the diesel while attempting to put out the fire.
"I want you all to consider how impossible it would be for someone to come and set the mosque on fire, since there were guards at the building on duty at night," he said.
He added that city authorities were determined to prevent any religious clashes such as those in the central Burma town of Meikhtila last month.
"We will not let Rangoon be damaged like Meikhtila, since this [Rangoon] is an important commercial city," he said.
Rangoon Division authorities last week ordered shops to close early, at 9 pm, in a bid to prevent riots in central Burma's Mandalay and Pegu divisions from spreading into Burma's biggest city.
The city administration has tasked a seven-member team with investigating the fire. The inquiry is being led by the secretary of Rangoon's electricity supply board, and the team must submit its findings by Friday.
"Rumor has it that the fire at the school was an act of arson, so we asked the government to investigate the reason behind the fire," said Kyaw Khin, secretary of the All Burma Muslim Federation.
"They agreed to do so and released their findings at the press conference yesterday evening. I'm pleased with the results they found out."
"We're happy the government agreed to cooperate with us for the investigation," he added. "We really want to know what started this fire."
Kyaw Naing, a Muslim lawyer who has been following the case, called on authorities to bring in independent experts to investigate the police's claims.
"The government says the fire was started by an electrical problem; let an expert investigate to determine whether that's true," he said. "The accounts I'm hearing in the streets are different than what the government is currently reporting.
The government needs to bring in victims as well who escaped from the fire. It is very important to listen to the voice of the victims."
Posted: 03 Apr 2013 08:01 AM PDT
Sudah bubar. Sekarang apa?
YANG ditunggu dah tiba setelah sekian lama. Sekitar jam 11.30 pagi, Pengerusi Barisan Nasional (BN) merangkap Presiden United Malays National Organisation mengumumkan bahawa Parlimen yang diwarisinya daripada kepimpinan Abdullah Badawi empat tahun lalu, bubar serta merta hari ini.
Seolah ada letupan, petugas bilik berita DAP bersorak gembira mengalu-alukan pengumuman suami kepada Rosmah Mansor itu; yang dirasakan sudah terlalu melampaui tarikh sepatutnya. Ibarat menanti buah belum tentu gugur.
Barangkali pertama kali dalam sejarah pembubaran Parlimen begitu dinanti-nantikan, dan disambut dengan sorak sorai gembira. Demikianlah beratnya penantian yang ditanggung kebanyakan orang yang peduli dengan perkembangan politik tanah air. Terangkatnya beban penantian itu menandakan bermulalah perlawanan yang lebih 'real'.
Semboyan pilihan raya telah dibunyikan jauh lebih awal sebelum Najib Razak mengumumkan pintu kota Putrajaya akhirnya terbuka untuk dirampas. Kubunya juga sudah banyak yang terkepung, menanti bertukar menjadi kubur buat politik fitnah, rasuah, perkauman sempit yang menjadi amalan UMNO zaman berzaman.
Kesediaan bakal mantan Perdana Menteri, Najib Razak untuk memastikan transisi kuasa yang aman sewajarnya dihargai. Hakikat bahawa beliau sudah boleh mengagak akan terjadinya peralihan kuasa juga memperlihatkan bahawa Najib Razak ini adalah seorang pemimpin yang memandang jauh ke hadapan.
Sebagai rakyat biasa, apa yang kita harapkan adalah supaya mereka bertabah dalam mendepani hari-hari mendatang. Bungkuslah harta benda kalian perlahan-lahan, kami tahu anda ada banyak barang yang perlu dikeluarkan daripada kediaman rasmi Perdana Menteri; termasuk kasut, beg tangan dan barang kemas yang banyak. Cumanya janganlah terambil sekali pinggan mangkuk yang dilabel 'Hak Kerajaan Malaysia'.
Kenapa kita begitu gembira?
Sejak Mac 2008, ini adalah barang kali saat dan ketikanya -parti politik di Malaysia benar-benar bersaing sesama sendiri dengan keadaan parti pemerintah berada dalam keadaan yang lemah, dan parti oposisi berada dalam keadaan yang sangat kuat. Apa yang tinggal pada BN hanyalah barangkali kemampuan berbelanja yang tinggi.
Kemampuan menipu mereka juga sudah tidak kuat mana. Jika dibanding sepuluh tahun lalu, parti pemerintah sudah tidak punya banyak daya upaya untuk menyajikan putar belit kepada rakyat. Di zaman ini, kalau dia menipu hari ini, semalam lagi orang dah tahu. Inilah faktor besar kenapa kita begitu tidak sabar menanti pilihan raya kali ini; kerana tipu dayanya sudah kita baca, dan semangat sudah berkobar-kobar mahu menghukum penipuannya.
Siapa yang tidak terbakar jiwa raga apabila melihat papan tanda kempen BN yang dengan bongkak menipu 'Ketika mereka huru-hara, kami membina'. Disangkanya kita ini bodoh barangkali, tak tahu membaca berita di internet dan melihat gambar perhimpunan aman di Kuala Lumpur dan bagaimana pihak keselamatan berperilaku ganas terhadap peserta himpunan.
Perangai 'menyangka bodoh' ini juga menular hebat di kalangan pecacai parti pemerintah yang cuba untuk berdebat di laman sosial dengan hujah separuh masak, atau dengan alasan tidak masuk akal seperti 'Anwar peliwat' atau 'Anwar ejen Israel' atau yang lebih popular dan bodoh, 'DAP mahu buat negara Kristian'.
Apakah mereka ini tidak sekolah dan berpendapat orang lain juga tidak pergi sekolah seperti mereka? Sekarang apa?
Seperti yang sering dikatakan, Pakatan Rakyat sudah bersedia. Bahkan dua tahun lalu kita sudah sedia. Cuma menanti Najib Razak untuk menemui keberaniannya sahaja. Tahniah untuk beliau kerana akhirnya bertemu beraninya itu hari ini.
Menurut kalendar Cina, hari ini (3 April 2013) ialah hari paling 'sial' untuk tahun ini; tambahan pula untuk mereka yang lahir pada tahun ular dan khinzir. Mereka yang lahir pada tahun ular dan khinzir disarankan agar tidak melakukan kerja atau urusan yang penting pada hari ini.
Bakal mantan Perdana Menteri lahir pada tahun ular, dan memilih untuk membubarkan Parlimen pada hari ini. Sekiranya kita tidak mahu percaya kepada yang khurafat pun, ini sekurang-kurangnya patut buat kita ketawa berdekah-dekah.
Dengan keadaan Najib Razak yang begitu tidak bertuah ini, sewajarnya kita di pihak Pakatan Rakyat mengambil peluang untuk bekerja kuat demi menghumban United Malays National Organisation dan kuncu-kuncunya ke celahan paling gelap dalam lipatan sejarah.
Inilah perlawanan yang telah lama kita nantikan. Perlawanan antara rakyat menentang hegemoni UMNO dan BN, demi masa depan anak cucu yang lebih baik.
Undilah untuk perubahan yang kita inginkan. Ini kali lah! – Roketkini
Posted: 03 Apr 2013 05:30 AM PDT
You can read about that book AT THIS LINK.
Recently, she released another publication 2012 Election Lessons Learned: How Voters Stood Up Against Suppression, ID, and Intimidation which you can download AT THIS LINK.
The right to vote is just that – a fundamental right which is the cornerstone of American democracy. In the 2012 election, that sacred value was challenged in a way we have not seen in a couple of generations, perhaps since the civil and voting rights movements of the 1960s. Some powerful people tried to deny this right; legislatures in many states decided that the freedom to vote should be restricted, and they erected many unnecessary and discriminatory barriers to registration and voting.
The measures taken were so blatant and widespread that they served to energize coalitions of citizens to fight for voting rights harder than ever, and made many voters more determined to vote and have their vote count. The U.S. Department of Justice was compelled to intervene through its powers under Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act, because the laws enacted in several covered states were clearly discriminatory in purpose and/or effect. State and federal courts also struck down or delayed many of the worst of these laws. And where identification laws did come into effect, some were made more flexible and less of a burden on voters after having gone through Department of Justice and court review.
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Posted: 03 Apr 2013 05:18 AM PDT
Posted: 03 Apr 2013 04:09 AM PDT
While I was driving back to Ipoh from KL last weekend, a text message came in from an unfamiliar number. Just a quick glance and I saw the message started with "kzh chtke". I knew it had to be Mrs K with her sms language which I may not be able to understand without having to re-read the whole message again and again. And so I didn't bother to read it there and then. I figured I might as well read the message when I get home.
And so I did. She was telling me that she had quit her job because she couldn't stand working night shifts, especially since lately she had been going in and out of the hospital for high blood pressure. Her eldest son too had stopped working because his workplace was too far and he didn't have transport. Mr K is the only one who works now, as a guard, but he too has to skip work from time to time because he's always unwell.
Hmmm…. typical of the K's. While I can understand the problems they face, I noticed that this particular family always come up with all sorts of excuses for their hardship instead of finding ways and means to overcome them.
Anyway, Mrs K was asking if they could get assistance for supply of groceries for this month. Wow… at least that's an improvement. Usually she'd ask to borrow money. I guess by now she knows pretty well I don't entertain any requests to borrow money and in fact I may end up not responding to her sms at all if she did that.
It had been quite a while since I last went to visit them, as a matter of fact, I had never visited them ever since they moved to a new home last year. If I recall correctly, this must be their 4th home ever since their case was passed to me. I had to ask Mrs K for the address, which she couldn't give in full, and so she gave me directions instead, which wasn't too clear either. She made it sound so simple although I knew it couldn't be that simple. In the end she just asked me to get in a junction after a fast food restaurant and call her from there.
And that was what I did. Once I got to the junction I parked my car by the roadside and called her. After 5 minutes or so Mrs K came on her motorbike. When I got to their home, it was quiet. I told Mrs K to get her son to carry the box of groceries in my car. In the box there were rice, cooking oil, flour, sugar, biscuits, milk, canned food etc and so the box was rather heavy. her 2 younger daughters were in school, which is within walking distance (no wonder she didn't ask for bus fares this year), the 2 older ones were still lying in bed. I could see their "muka bangun tidur" when they came out to see me. As for Mr K, he works night shifts and so he too was sleeping. Aiyo… everybody like this at 11 am, no wonder lah susah masuk rezeki!
Mrs K's daughter, Ani, who sat for her SPM last year showed me her SPM results. She wasn't too sure what courses to apply for. She seemed determined to apply for the Diploma Pendidikan Awal Kanak-kanak, but she simply doesn't know what courses to put as her 2nd to 8th choices. With no computer at home, she has to go to a cyber cafe to submit her online application. But according to her most of those who lepak at the CC are boys, and so she doesn't feel comfortable staying there for too long. So okay, I promised to look up for courses she qualifies for and give her a list for her to choose from so that the next time she goes to the CC to finalise her UPU application, she doesn't have to browse through all the qualification requirements for each course.
As for Mrs K's eldest son, Shah, who failed his SPM a few years back, had been working here and there. Way back then, I could see his interest in motor mechanics or electronics, and I had advised him to go for some vocational training but he came up with all sorts of excuses not to. Now he is beginning to show some interest and was asking how to go about applying.
So when I got home today, I immediately looked up for the courses suitable for both Shah and Ani. Once I got them all listed down I immediately called Mrs K to inform them. And whaddaya know… when I called Mrs K said she just got herself a job. Apparently right after I left them (ie after my short "lecture"), Mrs K immediate went out to find herself a job. And she got one. It doesn't matter what kind of job she gets, as long as it's halal.
Most of the families assigned to me at about the same time as the K's are almost independent by now. But the K's? Sigh… but I hope things are beginning to change for the better…
Posted: 03 Apr 2013 04:49 AM PDT
URGENT APPEAL TO OIC to stop Myanmar from demolishing a Masjid
Now Myanmar Government is going to demolish the sealed masjid under the order of Racist Murderer Terrorist 969 leader fake monk Wira Thu.
Ya Mae Thin Kan Gyi Mosque news
On 2nd. April 2013, two former trustees and former Imam of the sealed Kan Gyi Mosque (Ya Mae Thin) were called by the Ya Mae Thin district Religious authority and ordered that Kan Gyi Mosque must be demolished. Asked whether the Muslims want to demolish on their own or Government has to do that demolition. The officer ordered the Muslim elders to reply not later than 3.00 PM on the 5th of April 2013.
Kan Gyi Mosque was built since 500 years ago but the township authorities had sealed the masjid since 2007. On the Feb 26th 2013 morning, the Shwe Zee Gone Pagoda Management Committee and NLD members headed by Wira Thu, entered illegally into the mosque which is located near the pagoda and broken the seal.
Wirathu delivered Hate Speech in Ya Mae Thin & entered illegally into the barricaded Mosque
Photo: Kan Gyi Mosque which photo is distributed in social media and propagated to instill hatred against Muslims, is not located inside the compound of pagoda. The wall between these two compounds was teared down by illegal means.
March 1 2013 M Media Zarni
There has been significant increase in anti Muslim incidents in Ya Mae Thin these days, the locals said.
"After the incident during football match, the condition became calm. However, on Feb 25 at 8 pm there was a preaching ceremony held in front of Min Kyaung School, Ba Ma Ka East quarter, Ya Mae Thin. Monk Wirathu preached there. The whole sermon is filled with anti-Muslim hatred. He said all the mosques are built illegally and we must protest against these buildings. This was on Feb 25th night.
Next day, Feb 26th morning, the Shwe Zee Gone Pagoda Management Committee and NLD members headed by Wirathu, entered illegally into the mosque which is located near the pagoda and barricaded by the authority since 2007. There, he said the existence of mosque within the pagoda's compound indicates the weakness and fault of Township Management Committee and he continues anti Muslim hate speech.
On Feb 26th evening, there was a literature talk. U Maung Maung, Daw Paw Shwe, U Bhone (Chemistry) and Poet Nyi Min Nyo gave lectures. Poet Nyi Min Nyo talked only about literature, but the other three people gave hate speeches. U Bhone (Chemistry) said we must abandon all the Muslims from Burma. If not, Myanmar will become like Indonesia and Malaysia. He said as if Myanmar Muslims are Taliban. Daw Paw Shwe also said all Muslims are Bangalis who invaded into Myanmar recently. These all are hate speeches.
On 27th, some students from GTI distributed anti Muslim pamphlets. I received one. I will send that to you. Muslim youths made complaints to Township Management Committee and Religious Officer, but the Township Officer only reply that they reported these incidents to the authority.
I also would like to explain about Kan Gyi Mosque. U Tun Win knows detail and he can tell you everything." said U Aung Aung from Ya Mae Thin to M-Media.
When M-Media asked about the mosque to U Tun Win, he explained
"Kan Gyi Mosque was built since 500 years ago. This is not in the Shwe See Gon pagoda's compound, however the compounds of two religious buildings are next to each other. In 1994, Muslims house near the pagoda were evicted. It was done by Major Kyaw Kyaw Tun, head of Military Intelligent Unit 22. He is the husband of Ma Nwe Ni Aung, nephew of General Khin Nyunt. These Muslim houses are not illegal settlements. These existed since long times ago. Even at that time, they did not assume the mosque as illegal settlement. The mosque had its compound.
In 2006, anonymous people teared down the walls of the mosque. The Mosque Management Committee chairman, U Myint Tun and secretary, U Khin Maung who reported the authority about that incident were sentenced 6 months in prison. Chairman U Myint Tun died recently. The southern and western sides of the walls were crushed down but the eastern and northern sides are there till today.
In 2007, Township Management Committee sealed the mosque by giving a reason that the District Commander ordered to do so but not issued any document regarding this. It is not true that the authority issued the order to demolish the mosque. I will send the photos of the mosque before the walls were flattened", U Tun Win said.
Posted: 03 Apr 2013 07:38 AM PDT
As reported in Kwong Wah
Posted: 03 Apr 2013 04:32 AM PDT
I guess the
Posted: 03 Apr 2013 04:29 AM PDT
Posted: 03 Apr 2013 04:19 AM PDT
JOHOR BARU, April 3 ― Pakatan Rakyat (PR) replied to Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad's attacks on its leaders, linking his son Datuk Mokhzani Mahathir's riches to cronyism in a ceramah here last night as the battle heats up for the Umno bastion. The country's longest-serving prime minister had told Johor folk to end the political careers of PR leaders, especially DAP advisor Lim Kit Siang who is contesting in Gelang Patah here in Election 2013. Kit Siang is heading the opposition pact's assault of Johor in the general election that will be called any day now.
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"The Petronas advisor is Dr Mahathir; Dr Mahathir's son, Mokhzani Mahathir, is among the richest people in Malaysia. Does he think his son is the only Malay around?" PKR secretary-general Datuk Saifuddin Nasution Ismail told some 2,000 people at Kampung Datuk Sulaiman Menteri in the historic Kampung Melayu Majidee area here. This is the second ceramah by top PR leaders in as many weeks in Kampung Melayu Majidee, reflecting their efforts to beat the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN), after their successes of winning Selangor and Penang in Election 2008.
"Why does Dr Mahathir hate Anwar, Lim Kit Siang and Abdul Hadi? ... because they are the new hope. "Why is Mahathir angry? This isn't his time anymore, because he knows if we can change, not only Mahathir but even his children are finished," DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng said at the same ceramah. "Dr Mahathir's son is the 13th richest person in Malaysia," said the Penang chief minister, who is also Kit Siang's son. Mokhzani is part owner and vice-president of Sapura Kencana Petroleum Bhd, an oil-and-gas (O&G) specialist that has been awarded a RM836 million risk production contract by national oil company Petronas Bhd. With RM11.85 billion in assets, Sapura Kencana is one of the world's top (O&G) service support players by asset base. It has also started venturing into other oil-producing companies such as Kazakhstan.
Meanwhile, Anwar named four candidates for parliamentary seats in Johor last night, including former Army chief Tan Sri Jeneral (B) Md Hashim Husin, for the Johor Baru seat. The others are former Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia (ABIM) leader Datuk Idris Jauzi for Batu Pahat, Nor Izwan Mohamad for Muar, while PKR deputy secretary-general Steven Choong will contest in Tebrau. Anwar also spoke in Masai near here last night, but the Kampung Melayu Majidee ceramah was the biggest event in the middle of the state capital Johor Baru. His speech was interrupted by singing from a BN event held just 50 metres away, but he continued on. Extracts from Malaysian Insider
Posted: 03 Apr 2013 04:05 AM PDT
COMMENT Throughout the Arab world today, autocrats have never looked more pathetic. It brings to mind the Czech diplomat Jan Masaryk's quip quite a few years ago that "Autocrats are rulers who always look good until the last ten minutes". Over here, Malaysia's most famous autocrat has been busy in his autumnal years trying to whitewash his record in office by publishing his semi-fictional memoirs. Even before it was published, he couldn't help but claim in a pre-launch publicity event that Operasi Lalang was not his doing but that of the police.
This was not surprising since Operasi Lalang was Dr Mahathir Mohamad's worst abuse of power during his 23-year rule. The White Paper on Operasi Lalang published in 1988 was itself the worst example of official whitewash to justify the arrests and detentions.
We know that 1987 was a time during his term when he was faced with the biggest threat to his rule, with Team B under Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah challenging the results of the Umno elections. A court decision in Team B's favour would have meant the end of Mahathir's grasp on power.
In the run up to Operasi Lalang and before the assault on the judiciary resulting in the sacking of the Lord President and several other Supreme Court judges, the ruling party had orchestrated a tense situation in the country by creating various 'sensitive' issues involving the sending of non-Mandarin-qualified administrators to the Chinese schools, the alleged conversion of Muslims to Christianity and even threatened to organise a 500,000-strong Umno rally in the capital.
Autumn for autocrats
All this was to justify unleashing Operasi Lalang to deal with the so-called "enemies" identified by the state. Tunku Abdul Rahman, at the time in his twilight years, had more perception and integrity than Mahathir in his prime. This is how he described Operasi Lalang: "Umno was facing a break-up. Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad's hold on the party appeared critical when election rigging was alleged to have given him a very narrow victory over Tengku Razaleigh.
"The case alleging irregularities brought by Umno members was pending in court. If the judgment went against him he would have no choice but to step down. So he had to find a way out of his predicament. A national crisis had to be created to bring Umnp together as a united force to fight a common enemy - and the imaginary enemy in this case was the Chinese community." (K Das/ Suaram: 'The White paper on the October Affair and the Why? Papers', Suaram, Petaling Jaya 1989: 10)
Richard Perle, an adviser in the Reagan Administration once said: "Autocrats must have enemies. They must have internal enemies to justify their secret police and external enemies to justify their military forces." I was supposed to have been one of those who posed a threat to national security in October 1987. So was Yeshua Jamaluddin, the Malay convert to Christianity, Islamic deviationists, church activists, Chinese educationists, social activists, and MPs, including the leader of the opposition.
Can you imagine the leader of the House of Commons being detained without trial? No, this can only happen in a banana republic where the Internal Security Act is at the convenient disposal of the government-of-the-day ever since its introduction in 1960. The most blatant use of the ISA by the ruling coalition to cripple its political opponents was the arrest and detention of practically the entire leadership of the Socialist Front, the main threat to the Alliance during the sixties. This sham democracy was the main reason for the Socialist Front's boycott of the 1969 general elections.
No one safe from ISA
But if you think that you could never fall victim to the ISA, think again! Hilmy Mohd Nor, a company executive working for Shell, never dreamed he could be detained under the ISA. Operasi Lalang was a living nightmare for this completely apolitical Malaysian. He thought the ISA was only meant to be used against the communists.
Or maybe you think that being Malay, he should not have converted to Christianity... but it would take a twisted imagination to view that as a threat to national security.
In his haste to pull the wool over the eyes of those who may not remember Operasi Lalang by blaming it on the police, Mahathir has overlooked something that is so elementary to the ISA, namely, it is the Home Minister (ie. Mahathir at the time) who signs the two-year detention order after the first 60 days of solitary confinement.
When he signed those two-year orders near the end of 1988, he would have noticed a stark fact - all the detainees were opposition leaders and other dissidents while all the BN detainees had been conveniently released during the 60 days! The IGP didn't sign those detention orders - Mahathir did. He conveniently omitted such stark historical facts from his memoirs.
The allegations against me in the detention order were so flimsy they would make an autocrat blush:
(i) That I was responsible for drafting the 1985 Joint Declaration by the Chinese associations;
(ii) That I was responsible for publishing 'Polarisation in Malaysia: The Root Causes' in 1987;
(iii) That I had called on the people to support mother tongue education;
(iv) That I had questioned the New Economic Policy and National Cultural Policy.
Firstly, the Joint Declaration had called for reform based on democracy and human rights and it was endorsed by 27 major Chinese associations, comprising practically all the Chinese associations in Malaysia. If the memorandum was indeed a threat to national security, shouldn't all these big leaders of the Chinese community be held responsible rather than the person who was supposed to have drafted it?
Secondly, 'Polarisation in Malaysia: The Root Causes' published by K Das Ink was not banned by the government so why should the alleged author be detained for being a threat to national security? In contrast, Mahathir's 'Malay Dilemma' was banned because it was considered unfit for public consumption by the government-of-the-day but he was not detained under the ISA. Such is the inconsistency in the government's use of the ISA.
Thirdly, even the Barisan Nasional has claimed that they support Chinese and Tamil schools, so why should my call for support of mother tongue education be considered a threat to national security? Finally, if questioning the NEP and NCP can be considered a threat to national security, should all Malaysians who question the NEP, including Anwar Ibrahim and Khalid Ibrahim, also be detained under the ISA?
The arrest and detention of leaders from the whole spectrum of Malaysian society under Operasi Lalang was indeed the realisation of that well-known quote attributed to Pastor Martin Niemöller (1892-1984) about the inactivity of German intellectuals following the Nazi rise to power:
"First they came for the communists,
and I didn't speak out because I wasn't a communist.
Then they came for the trade unionists,
and I didn't speak out because I wasn't a trade unionist.
Then they came for the Jews,
and I didn't speak out because I wasn't a Jew.
Then they came for me
and there was no one left to speak out for me."
Former IGP taking credit for torture?
Since Mahathir tried to disclaim responsibility for Operasi Lalang, former IGP Haniff Omar has graciously - if I may say, foolhardily - claimed credit for it. I would say he is foolhardy because he must take responsibility for all the allegations of torture made by Operasi Lalang victims.
The 60 days of solitary confinement are already a gross example of mental torture. Nasir Hashim, Chow Chee Keong, Irene Xavier among others have graphically described being physically tortured by the Special Branch while under solitary confinement during the first sixty days.
This is Yeshua Jamaluddin's affidavit at his habeas corpus hearing in October 1988: "I was not allowed to sleep for days at a stretch and was warned that I would not get any food if I did not cooperate. One Inspector Yusoff also threatened to disturb my girlfriend if I did not give any information. I was assaulted by Inspectors Yusoff, Zainuddin, Ayub and another officer on a number of occasions.
"On one occasion, I was knocked to the ground and I injured my back. Since then, I have been passing blood in my urine and have been suffering from pains in my lower back constantly. In March 1988 and in July 1988, I was warded at the Universiti Hospital, Kuala Lumpur for treatment of my kidney condition. I have still not recovered… "On another occasion during interrogation, Inspector Yusoff forced me to strip naked and to enact the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. He also forced me to crawl on the floor in a naked state…
"Another day, a police constable forced me to stand on one leg with both my arms outstretched holding my slippers. He made me remain in this position for two hours. He then called in a woman constable and her young daughter and asked them to look at me saying: 'This Malay is not aware of who he is. He changed his religion. He has no shame!'"
Torture under the ISA has been perpetrated with impunity by the Malaysian Special Branch ever since it was enacted in 1960. Unfortunately for Mahathir, the principle of ministerial responsibility means that as the Home Minister and Prime Minister at the time, he is ultimately responsible for Operasi Lalang and all the atrocities committed under this dragnet.
The tortures undergone by ISA detainees during the Fifties, Sixties, Seventies and Eighties are well known to those who know these former ISA detainees. The following is an excerpt from a hitherto unpublished statement by "political prisoners of Kawasan A, B, and C", dated May 1, 1969, released from Batu Gajah Detention Camp:
"1. We political detainees have undergone days and nights of endless interrogation which have inflicted a grave toll on the mental condition of many detainees;
"2. During interrogation, we have been handcuffed, had our abdominal parts kicked, our heads bashed against the wall until they bled, and some have had to be hospitalised;
"3. We have had needles stuck in our fingernails and pencils used to squeeze our fingers between them;
"4. We have been burnt with cigarette lighters and hit with elastic bands; some have had nails inserted into their genitals;
"5. We have been asked to strip off our pants and to sit on open bottles;
"6. We have been made to take off our clothing and to stand before fans and air conditioners until we have passed out…"
In recent years, torture under the ISA has been graphically described by victims such as Malek Hussein and Munawar Anees, whose statutory declarations can be read on the Internet.
ISA as an instrument of terror
The ISA has served the Alliance and Barisan Nasional for more than 50 years as an instrument of terror to deter any challenge to its rule. The terror starts from the call to the victim's house in the middle of the night by Special Branch operatives in unmarked cars. The foreboding terror continues throughout the sixty days of solitary confinement and interminable interrogation.
Then when the detainee is sent to Kamunting detention camp, he or she is faced with the terror of an indeterminate period of internment. When I was first sent to Kamunting, my cell mate was Loh Ming Liang who told me he had been detained for 16 years! Imagine the thoughts and feelings that go through your mind when you face such a prospect! That has been part of the terror of the ISA all these 50 years.
With such a record, the Malaysian government has the temerity to sit on the UN Human Rights Council. With such a record, it is not surprising the Malaysian government has not ratified the Convention against Torture. With such a record, we can see why the Malaysian government and the IGP are reluctant to establish the Independent Police Complaints Misconduct Committee as asked for by the Royal Police Commission set up in 2004.
Malaysians who care about freedom and justice, democracy and human rights in our country should demand the abolition and not just amendment of this vile Act and the other laws that allow detention without trial.
More than 10,000 Malaysians have been incarcerated under the ISA since 1960. We do not, we cannot and we will not accept any amendments to this Indefensible Suppression Apparatus. All fair-minded and freedom-loving people must not condone detention without trial, which has become an addiction of autocrats. Malaysiakini
DR KUA KIA SOONG is director of human rights group Suaram. This was his speech delivered at the Conference on the 50th Anniversary of the Internal Security Act at Amnesty International, London, April 2, 2011.
Posted: 03 Apr 2013 03:58 AM PDT
COMMENT Five years ago when PKR supremo Anwar Ibrahim cast around for candidates to field in GE12, he had a frustrating time. Several people of calibre he wanted to nominate proved reluctant to step up, a situation that compelled him to revert to not a few who turned out to be dubious choices that abandoned the party shortly after winning parliamentary and state seats. Five years on from the PKR-led opposition's denial of a two-thirds majority to the ruling BN in 2008, the party faces a wholly different situation.
Though it is not exactly spoilt for choice in selecting candidates for GE13, the perception is growing that it has gained a rare find in Md Hashim Hussein, a former army chief who last night was announced as the PKR candidate for the parliamentary seat of Johor Baru.
The occasion for the announcement was a PKR ceramah in Kampung Melayu Majidee in JB - renowned for being an Umno bastion - at which Anwar hailed Hashim as someone who would add depth, from the angle of national security, to the Pakatan Rakyat challenge to unseat the ruling BN.
In fact, Hashim has already been named as head of a Pakatan-formed parallel National Security Council (NSC), a panel the coalition recently felt impelled to cobble together to advise it on national security issues that have burgeoned in the wake of the incursion in February of an armed band from the Philippines on the eastern flank of the Sabah coast at Lahad Datu. The incident has shed a perverse light on the democratic ideal of civilian control of the military: whereas the ideal was meant as a check on militarism, its practice, like several other matters under Umno-BN misrule, has resulted in the politicisation of the military.
This Lahad Datu episode, which has already resulted in 62 deaths to the intruders and of 10 to our security forces, together with widespread concern over corruption-tainted and seemingly ill-judged arms procurement exercises made by the Defence Ministry have prompted Pakatan to form an advisory body, composed of retired senior army officers and Home Ministry officials, to keep the coalition's leadership abreast of developments affecting the nation's security.
An accomplished officer
Few Malaysians could come better equipped to that role than the PKR candidate for JB. JB-born Hashim was an accomplished military officer whose career was forged in the teeth of challenges posed to a fledging nation's armed forces, ranging from Confrontation with Indonesia in the mid-1960s, to the threat from militant communism in the peninsula and in Sarawak, and the need to secure Sabah from the irredentist designs of neighbouring Philippines.
In the military, which he joined as a 17-year-old straight out of Malay College where he was a classmate of Anwar's, Hashim was imbued with coup d'oeil, a French concept of military preparedness that owes its origins to General Carl Clausewitz, a 19th century military philosopher whose theories on war are as the renowned Sun Tzu's and Basil Liddell Hart of Britain.
In Hashim's understanding of coup d'oeil, the concept entails the ability "to see the invisible in a situation in order to attain the impossible."
Perhaps another way to render this formulation is to advert to what good chess players must have: a quick sight of the board - the ability to visualise the out-rolling of a pattern leading to an ideal checkmate.
Nowhere perhaps was his acquisition of this quality tested more than when he headed the Malaysian battalion (Malbat) that was part of the United Nations Protection Force (Unprofor) in Bosnia in 1993. At a place called Konjic in Bosnia, Gen Hashim had to lead the Malbat force of 1,568 soldiers safely out of a zone that came under fire from Croatian snipers to the relative safety of Sarajevo. His leadership of the contingent earned him a promotion from colonel to one-star general (Brig Gen), a promotion that was unprecedented for a Malaysian military officer serving in a peacekeeping mission abroad. Thereafter, Hashim's rise through to the top position in the army was swiftly graduated, reaching the top post in the army by 1999 when he was its chief.
It was his experience as commander of the truce-keeping Malaysian force in Unprofor that was much sought after overseas as offers arrived for him to lecture on the challenges of peacekeeping at military colleges in Singapore, South Korea, South Africa, Switzerland and Australia. "I must admit the honorariums given to me for those lectures were gratifying," quipped Hashim, in the course of an interview with Malaysiakini before being named as the PKR candidate for JB. After his retirement from the army in 2002, Hashim served a stint as Malaysian High Commissioner to Pakistan in 2003-2006 and was chairperson of the National Authority for Chemical Weapons Convention at Wisma Putra in 2007-2010. A long discussion with Anwar in 2006 on national affairs got things stirring in him, and this was stoked by promptings of his late wife Rabiah Abu Bakar, a teacher whom he married in 1969, that he should help his former classmate in the latter's struggle for reforms to the country's politics.
On March 6, weeks after the Lahad Datu incursion which for him reflected what he saw as the folly of allowing politics to influence national security considerations, he made the decision to plunge into politics.
To a huge crowd at a PKR-organised ceramah in Bagan Serai, Perak, a week later, Hashim, 66, a competent public speaker, lauded Anwar's leadership caliber and said that national security concerns should never be compromised by politics and defence procurement projects should not be tainted by mercenary motives.
Hashim's selection to contest the formidable Umno incumbent Shahrir Samad for the JB seat reflects the priority PKR places on prising the ward from BN's grip.
No doubt, he will plunge into the endeavour with the fervour and panache that he brought to varied challenges he faced at critical junctures in his military career.
In the process, he is certain to scant the advice his beloved Rabiah ("I not only loved her, I admired her," he said about the quiet presence who had been behind his success as a military man) that he should not undertake anything new in his life because of his penchant for delving deep into it to insure success.
Win or lose, this trait is likely to give Hashim's public profile a prominence that would shed contrary light on American General Douglas MacArthur's whimsical musing that "Old soldiers never die, they just fade away". Malaysiakini
TERENCE NETTO has been a journalist for four decades. He likes the occupation because it puts him in contact with the eminent without being under the necessity to admire them.
Posted: 03 Apr 2013 03:56 AM PDT
Eleven ကိ ုလံ ု း ၀ မယံ ုပါဘူ း
Posted: 03 Apr 2013 03:53 AM PDT
၄၈,လမ္း ဆြာဒီကိယဟ္ ေက်ာင္း၏ မီးရႈိ႕ မႈ ႀကီးသည္ မ်ဳိးတုန္း
ဒု ရဲမွဴးႀကီး ဦးသက္လြင္က အျခားလူေတြ၏ ေျပာစကားမ်ားကုိ
စတုထၱမ႑ဳိင္လို႔ဟစ္ေၾကြးေနတဲ့ မီဒီယာေတြ မီဒီယာ လြတ္လပ္ခြင့္ ဆုိတဲ့စကား အၿမဲ လက္ကုိင္က်င့္သုးံေနတဲ့
ဤ ဒုစရုိက္ေကာင္းမ်ားကုိ ေနရာတကာ၌လိုက္လံ အကာ
ဒုစရုိက္ေကာင္မ်ား၏ ဘက္ေတာ္သားလား ????????
ဒါမွမဟုတ္ မင္းႀကီးတာကထြက္တဲ့ ေရႊသမင္ျဖစ္ေနလို႔လား။
Posted: 03 Apr 2013 03:45 AM PDT
ဦးဝီရသူရဲ.ပစ္မွတ္က မြတ္စလင္ၿပီးရင္ ခရစ္ယာန္ေတြလား?
Posted: 03 Apr 2013 03:22 AM PDT
ႏွစ္ေပါင္း ၂၀ ေက်ာ္ၾကာ ရပ္နားထားခဲ့သည့္ လူရည္ခြၽန္ အပန္းေျဖစခန္းမ်ားကို ႏိုင္ငံအႏွံ႔မွ လူရည္ခြၽန္ ၅၀၀ ေက်ာ္ျဖင့္ ပုဂံ၊ အင္းေလးႏွင့္ ေငြေဆာင္ကမ္းေျခတုိ႔၌ ျပန္လည္ဖြင့္လွစ္ 03 April 2013
Dr. Maung Zarni rote>>>
Stop this utter mindless "Lu-ye-chun" program which Ne Win regime initiated as part of its indoctrination programs.
One of the most outstanding hate-mongers who was 4-times Lu-ye-chun was the late Ne Win Maung, the founder of neo-fascist The Voice Weekly. There are plenty of others who have become part of Burma's nightmares.
But I replied>>>
LYCs are on both side of political divide. Although not famous nor powerful nor rich like him, FYI I got LYC 5 times. Read my views and experiences here @ Outstanding Student (Lu-Ye Chun လူရည္ခၽြန္) Project.
Chairman and CEO Dr. Than Htut Aung of the Eleven Media Group (EMG) is also a LYC but he is also a racist Rakhine who is spreading false propaganda news and Hate Speeches against Muslims of Myanmar.
For me, I was at the top of the class in the Medical University, Ne Win's DGME Director General of Medical Education refused to let me attending the INTERNAL Masters Programme, even uttering that they could not give a Kular. But it is a blessing in disguise for me because if they give that, I would be scared and need to shut up my mouth now.
ျမန္မာႏိုင္ငံတြင္ ႏွစ္ေပါင္း ၂၀ ေက်ာ္ၾကာ ရပ္နားထားခဲ့သည့္ လူရည္ခြၽန္ အပန္းေျဖ စခန္းမ်ားကို ဧၿပီလ ၁ ရက္ေန႔တြင္ ပထမဦးဆံုးအႀကိမ္ ျပန္လည္ဖြင့္လွစ္ခဲ့ေၾကာင္း သိရွိရသည္။ ၁၉၈၈ ေနာက္ပုိင္း ရပ္နားထားခဲ့ေသာ ဘက္စံုထူးခြၽန္ေသာ လူရည္ခြၽန္မ်ားကို ၿပီးခဲ့သည့္ ၂၀၁၂ -၂၀၁၃ ပညာသင္ႏွစ္အတြက္ စတင္ေရြးခ်ယ္ခဲ့ျခင္းျဖစ္ၿပီး ႏိုင္ငံတစ္၀န္းလံုးမွ စုစုေပါင္းေက်ာင္းသူ၊ ေက်ာင္းသား ၅၁၀ အား ေရြးခ်ယ္ခဲ့သည္။ ယင္းကဲ့သို႔ ေရြးခ်ယ္ရေသာ လူရည္ခြၽန္မ်ားကို အပန္းေျဖ ေလ့လာေရးခရီးအျဖစ္ ဧၿပီလဆန္းတြင္ ႏိုင္ငံေတာ္မွ စီစဥ္ေပးခဲ့ၿပီး ႏွစ္ေပါင္း ၂၀ ေက်ာ္ၾကာ ဖြင့္လွစ္ႏုိင္ျခင္း မရွိခဲ့သည့္ လူရည္ခြၽန္ အပန္းေျဖ စခန္းမ်ားကိုလည္း ပုဂံ၊ အင္းေလးႏွင့္ ေငြေဆာင္ ကမ္းေျခတုိ႔၌ ဧၿပီလ ၁ ရက္ေန႔က ပထမဆံုး အႀကိမ္အျဖစ္ ဖြင့္လွစ္ခဲ့ျခင္း ျဖစ္သည္။
ယခုႏွစ္တြင္ လူရည္ခြၽန္မ်ားကို စခန္းသံုးခုသို႔ သံုးဖဲြ႕ခြဲ၍ ေစလႊတ္ျခင္းျဖစ္ၿပီး စခန္းတစ္ခုစီတြင္ ေက်ာင္းသား၊ ေက်ာင္းသူ စုစုေပါင္း ၁၇၀ စီ သြားေရာက္ၾကျခင္းျဖစ္ေၾကာင္း ေဒသခံ တာ၀န္ရွိ ဆရာမ်ားထံမွ သိရွိရသည္။
တာ၀န္ရွိသူမ်ား အေနျဖင့္ လူရည္ခြၽန္ ေက်ာင္းသား၊ ေက်ာင္းသူမ်ားအား စခန္းတစ္ခုခ်င္းစီအလုိက္ ေဒသႏၲရ ဗဟုသုတရရွိရန္ စီစဥ္၍ ပတ္၀န္းက်င္ ေနရာေဒသ အသီးသီးသုိ႔ ပို႔ေဆာင္မႈ ျပဳလုပ္ခဲ့ျခင္း ျဖစ္သည္။ အင္းေလး အပန္းေျဖစခန္းသို႔ ေရာက္ရွိခဲ့ေသာ လူရည္ခြၽန္မ်ားအား ေညာင္ေရႊစခန္းမွတစ္ဆင့္ အင္းေလးကန္ ေလ့လာေရးခရီး၊ ေကလာေက်းရြာ ေရျခံလုပ္ငန္း၊ ငါးဖယ္ေခ်ာင္းရြာရွိ ေရွးေဟာင္း ဘုန္းေတာ္ႀကီးေက်ာင္း၊ အင္းေပါခံု ယကၠန္း႐ံုမ်ား၊ အင္းေလးေဖာင္ေတာ္ဦးဘုရား၊ အလိုေတာ္ေပါက္ ဘုရားတုိ႔ကို ဖူးေျမာ္ေလ့လာခဲ့သည္။ ထုိ႔အျပင္ ေတာင္ႀကီးၿမိဳ႕ ေလ့လာေရး ခရီးစဥ္တြင္ ဟုိပုံးၿမိဳ႕နယ္ရွိ ထမ့္စမ္းလိုဏ္ဂူေတာ္၊ စူဠာမုနိ ဘုရားႏွင့္ ေတာင္ႀကီးၿမိဳ႕မေစ်းတုိ႔ကိုလည္း ေလ့လာခြင့္ ရရွိခဲ့ၾကသည္။
ပုဂံေလ့လာေရး ခရီးစဥ္အျဖစ္ သြားေရာက္ခဲ့ေသာ လူရည္ခြၽန္မ်ားကိုမူ ပုပၸားေတာင္ကလပ္၊ ပုပၸားေတာင္ Resort ႏွင့္ သစ္ေတာျပတုိက္၊ ပရေဆးဥယ်ာဥ္၊ ေခ်ာက္ေရနံခ်က္စက္႐ံု၊ စေလ႐ုပ္စံုေက်ာင္း၊ ဓာတ္ေျမၾသဇာစက္႐ံု၊ ပခုကၠဴသီဟုိဠ္ရွင္ဘုရား၊ ပခန္းေဒသမ်ားသို႔ ေလ့လာခြင့္ ျပဳခဲ့သည္။
ယခင္က လူရည္ခြၽန္ ေရြးခ်ယ္ခံရရန္ မလြယ္ကူေၾကာင္းႏွင့္ ယခုကဲ့သုိ႔ ရပ္ဆုိင္းထားခဲ့သည့္ လူရည္ခြၽန္ စီမံကိန္းႏွင့္ အပန္းေျဖစခန္းမ်ား ျပန္လည္ အေကာင္အထည္ေဖာ္ေနသည့္ အတြက္လည္း ေက်ာင္းသားမိဘမ်ားႏွင့္ လူရည္ခြၽန္ေဟာင္းမ်ားက ႀကိဳဆုိၾကေၾကာင္းလည္း စံုစမ္းသိရွိရပါသည္။
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