Anwar draws up Port Dickson Masterplan to address issues faced by PD community

  • Nation
  • Friday, 04 Jan 2019

Picture of Anwar chairing the meeting was taken from his Twitter post.

PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has created a “Port Dickson Master Plan” to help address long-held concerns of the PD community.

The Port Dickson MP said that his recent gotong-royong sessions to clean up beaches allowed him to understand the issues faced firsthand.

Some of the issues include the cleanliness of beaches, proper discharge of sewage, traffic congestion and dealing with abandoned construction projects.

“I have also noted the opinions and suggestions on social media via comments and the Twitter poll(s) I conducted.

“With these issues in mind, I have led efforts to create and implement a 'Port Dickson Masterplan'," he said in a statement on Friday (Jan 4).

Anwar, who is PKR president, said that a meeting attended by Negri Sembilan Mentri Besar Aminuddin Harun was held on Friday (Jan 4). Among those present were potential investors.

“We will look into various aspects eg. helping small and medium enterprises utilise digital technology, a proper waste management system and methods to ease traffic flow,” he added.

He said the master plan is an all-inclusive development programme that pursues to be holistic, environmentally-friendly and sustainable in nature.

“It is my sincere hope that the PD Masterplan will kick-start the process of addressing various long-held concerns of the community of Port Dickson.

"This is a developing programme, and I welcome further feedback from my constituents,” he added.

Anwar also tweeted a picture of him chairing the meeting with the caption: “A long but productive day of discussing issues related to PD."


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