MP: National service scheme will be costly


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  • Thursday, 20 Mar 2003

AN MP has questioned whether the Government has adequate funds to implement the national service programme in January next year. 

Mah Siew Keong (BN – Teluk Intan) said the Government would have to consider costs for the six-month programme, such as lodging for the trainees, their salaries, uniforms and food. 

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