Urging Johor govt to speed up vaccination for M’sians in Singapore among nine resolutions passed at state DAP convention


BATU PAHAT: Nine resolutions including urging the Johor government to expedite the registration for vaccination for Malaysians working in Singapore were passed unanimously at the 20th state DAP convention.

It called on the state government, under the leadership of Mentri Besar Datuk Hasni Mohamad, to speed up the Johor Immunity Planning via its Johor ImmuPlan initiative and for the Federal Government to step up in its Covid-19 vaccination efforts in the state.

The resolution, read by incumbent state secretary Tan Hong Pin on Sunday (May 2), stated that the party was ready to work with the government to promote the vaccination programme among the rakyat.

The resolution also called on the Johor government to closely monitor environmental pollution issues including in Sungai Kim Kim as well as imported trash.

It wants the government to continue the sustainable policies that began since Pakatan Harapan was in power, as underlined in the Johor Sustainable Development Plan 2030.

The resolution was proposed by A. Sandara Segaran from the Taman Nusa Bestari DAP branch and seconded by V. Sumathi from the Taman Nesa DAP branch.

A total of 1,024 delegates turned up at the convention as of 12.30pm, which was 69% out of the some 1,500 who are eligible to attend and cast their votes.

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