Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Apa-apaan NONG!

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Nong Poc - artis

Nong Duc - Secretary General

Nong Toom - fighter tomoi jadi pondan

Nong Chik? GAGAGAGAGAGAGA!! GA! GA! tolong la..

KUALA LUMPUR, 31 MAY, 2010: The proposed Kampung Baru redevelopment based on a 60:40 ratio of Malay and non-Malay participation, cannot be finalised without acceptance from land owners said Federal Territories and Urban Wellbeing Minister, Datuk Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin.

Bagi tau la betul2..jangan sorok-sorok, dah jadi menteri pun..thee he he apsal pelik nama..

Bagi tau la.. jadi MP kawasan mana.. berapa majoriti, lawan dgn sapa..thee he he he

Kalau ada kawasan, tak lah jadi menteri kecut, menteri darah gemuruh, menteri baru nak tumbuh bulu pahat..thee he he ini macam tak reti buat kerja..

Bagi tau la, tau ke tak tau buat kerja..thee he he tak tau refer Samy Velu

Dulu kata nak bagi semua orang Melayu Kg Baru jadi jutawan..jutawan Hulu Selangor?

Jutawan down-payment. Bagi dulu RM1,000-00, tunggu lagi ntah bila kurun baru dapat baki..

GA! GA! GA! GA! GA! GA! GA! GA! GA! GA! GA! GA! GA!

The government would hear feedback and views of land owners before making any decision said Raja Nong Chik.

"Kampung Baru land owners need not worry. What we had put forward to them on Saturday is just the beginning and we want to listen to feedback from land owners themselves," he said in a statement today.

On Saturday, a meeting was held between the government, landowners and beneficiaries of Kampung Baru at the Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC), with regard to a proposed development in the area.

Raja Nong Chik said the interests of the Malays in Kampung Baru here will not be jeopardized even if non-Malays are given a 40 per cent quota to own property in the area when the Kampung Baru Development Project was implemented later.

"This is to allow maximization of the development potential of Kampung Baru... and when we say non-Malays, it is not limited to non-Malay Malaysians but also interested foreign investors.

"This will maximize returns to land owners who can also invest in the development," he said.

The size of Kampung Baru is 307.344 acres and based on the valuation done on 136 acres in March 2007, land there was valued at between RM270.00 and RM300.00 per square feet for housing and from RM500.00 to RM600.00 per square feet for commercial lots.

- Bernama

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