KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 10: Pokok Sena member of parliament Mahfuz Omar today took the government to task for allocating RM65 million for renovation of the Seri Perdana in Putrajaya.
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“Why such high allocation is given to things which are not supposed to? In every budget, there is an allocation to renovate Prime Minister’s residence.
"Every time a new Prime Minister takes over, a renovation takes place. What is actually broken? We would like to know the sort of renovation which requires such a big sum. Or is it that plates have been broken everytime they walked in?” he said in Dewan Rakyat.
Mahfuz reminded the government that the budget was for the people’s welfare, and not for personal interest.
“Imagine RM65 million for the duration of two years. Next year, the cost of renovation is RM19.5 million. It means that a balance of RM45.5 million for 2012.
"That money can be used to help the needy,” he stressed.
Seri Perdana, the sprawling complex completed 11 years ago at a cost of RM201 million at a time when the country faced its worst financial and political crisis, had undergone several renovations, including during the premiership of Abdullah Badawi.
Last month, Bukit Bendera MP Liew Chin Tong had earlier revealed that the current cost of renovation - RM65 million - was three times the figure spent by Abdullah.
Liew also said that the annual rental and maintenance cost for the complex paid to Putrajaya Holdings amounted to RM6 million, while for the deputy prime minister's residence, RM4 million.