SHAH ALAM: Selangor residents can expect an all rounded people-centric manifesto from the state Barisan Nasional in the 14th General Election, said state Barisan chief Tan Sri Noh Omar.
He said that the manifesto is currently being fine-tuned and is set to bring strong positive changes for the people of Selangor, adding that it incorporated suggestions from both the grassroots and professional communities.
"We are getting opinions from former high ranking government officers as well as heads of government-linked companies in our efforts to ensure the well-being of the people of Selangor is our priority," Noh told reporters at his Hari Raya open house at the Shah Alam Convention Center on Monday.
He added the all-rounded manifesto will be divided and categorised separately to serve urban and rural needs and said that the manifesto for the 22 parliamentary constituencies in the state will differ from each other.
He also reminded all Selangor Barisan leaders to work together to expose the current Selangor government's weaknesses and its inability to serve the people well.
"We have to work hard lest the people do not accept our party anymore and we end up losing power," he said.
Noh also reminded Barisan members not to do anything that would adversely effect the party as well as to not be disappointed if they are not selected to contest in the polls.
"We have to give importance to the party and to do our duty towards the people and our nation," added Noh.
The open house was also attended by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.