Policies programmes not in line with PH govt will be reviewed: Johor MB

25 May 2018 / 10:36 H.

ISKANDAR PUTRI: Any policies and programmes of the previous state governments that are not in line with the policies of the Pakatan Harapan (PH) government will be reviewed, said Johor Mentri Besar Datuk Osman Sapian.
He also said that any programmes or instructions for ideas of the previous leadership which has not been implemented yet should be put on hold as the PH priority now is to fulfil its election manifesto made to the people.
"This effort will start with the aim of implementing 10 promises within the first 100 days of our new government.
"Among them is the PH manifesto for the B40-income families (with household income below RM4,380) in Johor, namely providing 10 cubic meter of free water to residences as well as uninterrupted supply of quality water, launching of the 'Johor Health Card' worth RM500 a year and providing incentives worth RM1,000 to children who are successfully pursuing studies at Institutions of Higher Learning (IPT)," he said when speaking at a meeting with state government officials at Bangunan Sultan Ismail, Kota Iskandar, here today.
Osman, who is also Kempas state assemblyman said other promises include introducing the Takaful Scheme for Senior Citizens and Group Marriage Incentives, upgrading Johor as a premier food hub and upgrading public service networks with a focus on bus services, school buses and taxis.
In the meantime, he pointed out that he would follow in the footsteps of the Federal government to no longer use the 1Malaysia logo in the state. — Bernama


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