Continue to serve the people well, MCA members told


Lam (fifth from left) receiving a souvenir from Lim at the Raub Wanita annual general assembly.

RAUB: MCA members must continue to serve the people well and not give up the fight easily, said Tan Sri Lam Kam Sang.

The Raub MCA chairman said division leaders must strive to be an effective Opposition voice.

“Let us continue to bring up bread and butter issues affecting the people.

“The new government has been in power for over one year so they should be able to deliver their pledges.

“I urge them to fulfil their GE14 manifesto,” he said after opening the Raub MCA Youth and Wanita annual general meeting at a restaurant here.

Present were division deputy chief Datuk Wong Teik Weng, division secretary Khoo Foo Ping, division youth chief Saw Yee Fung, who is also Pahang MCA Youth secretary, division Wanita chief and Wanita national vice-chairman Datuk Lim Nget Yoon and other leaders.

Lam said on their part, MCA members would continue to work hard, remain united and help strengthen the party.

He also urged the people to make their own assessment of the overall political, economy and social situation in the country.

“I would like to thank Wanita members for staying together and coming out in droves to support various programmes.

“They are the party’s backbone. Let us move forward and face this test together as one big united family,” he said.

During the AGM, Raub MCA Youth passed 12 resolutions while Raub Wanita MCA passed six resolutions after a debate and voting.

These include matriculation quota system, Chinese schools, water woes, cost of living, tourism, economy and job opportunities.

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